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Inspired by the nature of the Florida Everglades, their American Indian culture and Chief Buffalo Tiger (their Father) of the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, the Tiger Tiger Band career highlights include initial recordings at Woodstock (later released in Germany on Sony’s ZYX label).

Based in Miami, Florida national recording artists Tiger Tiger have headlined and graced the stages for numerous festivals and concerts over the years. They were featured in the First Miami Pop Festival along with Jimi Hendrix, Procol Harum, & Led Zeppelin. In fact the actual jacket that Lee Tiger wore on stage at the first Miami Pop Festival in May 1968 has been put on permanent display in the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood. The jacket was designed and created by Stephen Tiger. At The Seminole Tribes Big Rock Pow Wow they performed with Chicago, Edgar & Johnnie Winter.
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lineup



Lee Tiger — Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Raiford Starke — Lead Guitar
Jon Gabriel — Bass, Backing Vocals
Carolena Albert — Backing Vocals, Keyboards
John Morello — Drums
Pedro Salgado — Percussion, Backing Vocals

lee tiger bio


Lee Tiger has been very effective promoting Native American and eco-heritage tourism for more than 30 years. During this time he marketed both The Seminole Tribe of Florida and The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida encouraging Indian cultural awareness and tourism development on a global scale. In the 1970’s Mr. Tiger established the Miccosukee Indian Village as a major Everglades tour, and increased tribal revenues to over $1 million+ annually from tourism. 

From 1986 to 1991, Lee promoted Discovery Cruise Lines and five other South Florida attractions. One of Lee’s recent accomplishments was to coordinate a Co-Op between The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, The Seminole Tribe of Florida, Miami-Dade County and Broward County called The Everglades Gateway.

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a tiger story


Lee Tiger tells the story about his childhood and his success as a music artist and businessman.

I was born in Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami Florida in 1950. My father, Buffalo Tiger and my mother, Anne Marie Winslow, were divorce when I was at the early age of two or three years old so I grew up with my father’s side of the family. My brother, Stephen Tiger, and I grew up as very tight brothers living sometimes in boarding homes and from time to time staying with our Miccosukee grandmother and uncle in Miccosukee Indian Villages. I attended Earlington Heights Elementary school in Hialeah Florida and later moved to Miami when my father was remarried to his second wife and I then attended Allapattah Junior High School. When I was in the eighth grade we moved back to Hialeah were I attended Hialeah Junior High School and then Hialeah High School.

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music & video


Lee Tiger and his band playing and singing “Red Rocks The Earth” at his album release party. The event was held April 27th, 2013 at The Swamp Bar at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and casino, Hollywood Fl.
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