Orawee Sujjanon (Thai: อรวี สัจจานนท์, sometimes Sutjahnon, Satchanont, or Sajjanont; rtgs: Orawi Satchanon) (born 9 March 1966) is a Thai lukgrung singer who has the alias "the singer with voice like a bell" (thai:นักร้องเสียงระฆังเเก้ว). Her nickname is Lek (Thai :เล็ก). Popularly known as Lek Orawee, she was born in Phrasamutchedi District, Samutprakan Province, Thailand. Her family are of Thai-Chinese nationality and her home is in Phasamutjade, Samutprakan. She graduated from Radjaphatpranakorn University in 2003.
She first started singing at the Prasamutjadee festival with the songs of Pongsri Woranut such as Ginkhangandnompric, Oonjan and Saligakuentin. While she was studying grade 7, she came second in a singing contest with the Traweancaydan song by Jintana Suksathit. It was this contest that inspired her to be a singer.
When she studied grade 10 at Horwang School, she had the occasion to sing at Happy Land amusement park where she received the award in 1980. And there were award about her singing as the best singer of Thailand in 1982
In the past, the condition of the singing contest was limit of age but she decided to compete singing contest. The singing contest had many challenger, it that make the contest higher rating of competition. Finally, she got the reward from this contest by herself, she was a singer.
When she was a singer, she worked together with famous artists and singers such as Reward, Yuemai, Tanis Sriglindee and Surachai Junthimatorn until she was herself famous.
She has more than 100 songs from 1988 to 2014
She is an accomplished songwriter who has more than one hundred songs. Her albums have earned over 10 million bhat. Some of her most famous albums are Sanam Arom, Measai and Suangean.
Artist be joined
Yuaemai Albums 1-13
Oraweegabkhwamrak Sainam Sengsaaun
Phetnammung Album 1-6
Thabthim-Sayam Album 1-3
LomPhai Album 1-3
Khakhuanmuang Album 4-6
Grammy Gold Series Suntraphorn
Nanthida Keawbuasai, Saranya Songsreamsawad ,Panadda Ruendwud ,Utean Prommin, Phuvanad Phuplin ,Sumet Ong-Aad
Kaimuk Burapha Album 1-2
Kaimuk Burapha Album 3
Khanmueng Album 1-2
The Best Selected Album 1-3
Pragaykeaw Album 1-4
Khukhiang Samniagrak Album1-2
Rakthikidthung Album 1-8
10 Years Grammy Gold
Rakthikidthung Album 1
Khonthichai Album 1
Dokmai Jak Sid
12 years Grammy Gold
Aanphenduangjai Album 1-2
Her concert was arranged embellishment in 2007, and her concert name is "The sweet song in downtown Concert" (Thai: เพลงหวานกลางกรุง). This concert had more than 30 songs in 3 hours and was joined by special artists such as Sombat Metanee, Wongjun Prirote and Odd Kiriboon.
Best Singer from Mizzubishi (1981),
Best Singer from Thailand singing contest (1983),
Best Singer from Gold Award (1992),
Immortal woman of singer (1997,1998),
Malaithong award from remake old songs (2005)
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