"No matter where life takes me, I am always pulled right back towards music. It's in my blood, so I know full well there's no way I'm ever going to shake it."
A self-taught guitarist and vocalist, Lee began singing and playing guitar after discovering he had perfect pitch at age five, and hasn't stopped since. He started performing professionally in his teens and toured throughout the U.S., along the way performing alongside Jason Mraz, Rob Thomas, Ben E. King, as well as sharing the stage with world renown recording artists such as Huey Lewis & The News, Clarence Clemons (Bruce Springsteen), The Turtles, Peter Noone, The Troggs, MC5, Lonestar, Leon Russell, and Eric Clapton.
Lee has garnered several songwriting awards, written and performed music for motion pictures, including Critters and Quiet Cool (New Line Cinema releases), as well as for national and regional television & radio commercials, plus numerous voice overs. He's also appeared on WDHA-FM's New Jersey Rock 7 featuring some of New Jersey's best talent, and had a recording contract with Epic Records (Columbia/Sony).
Besides currently performing with The British Invasion Years, Lee is available for session work as a guitarist, vocalist, song & jingle writing, and more. Lee is a musical chameleon, able to alter his style to authentically reproduce many different genres, and with a four octave range (Mariah Carey squeals included) he specializes in vocal harmony.
Lee also shares his passion for music with developmentally disabled adults and gives of his time as a volunteer musician in Holiday Express, a charity organization sharing "the gift of human kindness" with those who might not otherwise experience the joy of the holiday season.