PRLog - July 3, 2012 - Eric Lee started playing guitar at the age of 13. He grew up listening to bluegrass and had always lived the life of a country boy. At 18, he joined the military where he joined his first band. He has played with several bands on and off over the next few years but decided that solo is the right direction to take. He has recorded with Larry Marrs (bassist for Marty Stewart) and Dennis Wage (Pianist for T.Graham Brown).
Eric Lee songs are the epitome of country music. His songs range from down right foot stompin’, line dancing, full out country to country ballads that make you want to cuddle up close with your loved one. Everything about him and his music are light hearted (or he makes it sound that way) and easy on the ears and brings joy to your heart.
Three particular songs are a clear representation of the diverse and versatility of this country crooner. Songs such as “Small Town Ways”, “Ordinary Places” and “When It Comes to Lovin’” truly show off his innate talents each with their own unique flavor. Eric is a consummate storyteller and fans love that part of his music.
“Small Town Ways” is about simple living in rural America. It starts out with that famous up-tempo piano introduction that makes you want to grab your girl and give it a whirl on the dance floor. It has an insatiable dance rhythm that makes your heart kick up a beat.
“Ordinary Places” “is about basic everyday living that we all take for granted”, states Eric. This song is a ballad with that country flare. His vocals are crisp and truly unique. The melody and rhythm of this song is beautiful.
“When It Comes To Lovin” is about a person that gives up on love because he cannot seem to find the right person and is skittish to try it again. This songs show fans a different edge to Eric’s music. He has a tale to tell. Like a storybook you pay just a little more attention to the words, like a great novel.
Eric Lee is planning a 12-month tour starting in the fall of 2012. There is also an Autism Benefit Concert in West Virginia on October 13 that he will be playing at.
“Just your everyday guy that believes hard work and doing what’s right is most important. Stay who you are”.
You can purchase and/or listen to his music by logging onto the following websites:
www.promofm.com (Search: Eric Lee)
Eric Lee is currently working with A & R Select based in West Hollywood, Ca. for licensing, publishing, a record deal and/or placement opportunities. For additional information, please contact them at: