Amos Lee is a Philadelphia born singer/songwriter with a soulfully smooth voice. His self titled debut album was released in 2005 and since then, he has opened for such acts as Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello, B.B. King, Paul Simon, Merle Haggard, John Prine, and an extended tour with Norah Jones. Not a bad start for this relative new comer.
His musical style is primarily acoustic, set to guitar, piano and a bit of percussions. He tends to stick pretty close to the folksy soul style while occasionally bringing a little funk to the mix. For you fans of the “ARC Angles”, Amos Lee’s latest album “Last Day at the Lodge” has Doyle Bramhall II playing guitar.
If you watch much television, you might have heard Lee’s music on“Grey’s Anatomy”, “Studio 60”, “E.R.”, “Army Wives”, “Brothers and Sisters”, and “Six Degrees”.
Lee has a great musical DVD “Amos Lee Live from Austin TX” that has tracks from his first two albums and really showcases his talent.
Amos Lee Discography
- Amos Lee
- Supply and Demand
- Last Day at the Lodge
Top 5 Amos Lee Songs according to Butler (Albums listed to right of song):
- Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight (Amos Lee)
- Street Corner Preacher (Last Day at the Lodge)
- Shout Out Loud (Supply and Demand)
- Seen It All Before (Amos Lee)
- Baby I Want You (Last Day at the Lodge)
Check out Amos Lee and let me know what you think.
Amos Lee’s music is available on iTunes, some record stores and www.amoslee.com.
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