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Bio: Leslie Fatai

Leslie Fatai is a singer, songwriter, pianist, teacher, public speaker, author, and a true creative at heart. She was born and raised in Utah with a limb deficiency in her hands having only five fingers. She is known by both names, Leslie and Fatai, but to many she is simply known as Fatai.


She started playing piano by ear and took piano lessons when she was twelve years old. She has been writing songs and performing since she was ten years old. Throughout the years, she wrote many songs and enjoys creating different arrangements of popular and religious music. She has been teaching voice since she was eleven years old. She started teaching choir in 2003.


In 2007, she served a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Houston, Texas while learning the Spanish language. Fatai released her debut album 'My Testimony' in 2006 to help her parents fund not only her mission but her two brothers who were serving at the same time.  'My Testimony' is available in most music streaming services. In 2018, she released her first book, "What I Have is Enough," which is currently available for sale online. Click on the book cover to purchase a hard copy of your own. She is proud of her time as a member of the Grammy award-winning choir, Saints Unified Voices, under the direction of the legendary artist Gladys Knight. 


Fatai loves to share her story at public events especially for the youth. She currently enjoys teaching voice and piano. Lastly, and most importantly, she is married to her amazing husband, Ofa, and is the mother to six beautiful children. She loves including them in her music projects any chance she gets.

If you are interested in having Fatai speak or perform at your event, please fill out the contact form for more information.

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