About Bryan Lee
Bryan plays soulful, down and dirty blues infused with the swampy rhythms from southern Louisiana & was a regular at OLD ABSINTHE BAR (on Bourbon Street) for 15 years! He played his 25th JAZZFEST in 2010 and released his 13th album in October of last year, “MY LADY DON’T LOVE MY LADY”. This album includes the likes of DAVE MAXWELL (piano), MARTY BALLOU (bass), JOHN PERKINS (drums), GORDON BEADLE and DOUG JAMES (horn section). KENNY WAYNE SHEPARD, BUDDY GUY, and producer DUKE ROBILLARD add to the top names of this line up. He also worked with KENNY WAYNE SHEPARD on his newest CD/DVD release “TEN DAYS OUT”. In addition to playing with Kenny, Bryan shared the stage with PINE TOP PERKINS, HUBERT SUMLIN, BUDDY FLETT and WILLIE” BIG EYES” SMITH, when in 2007 they played with Kenny and his band on NBC’S TONITE SHOW with JAY LENO. He also performed for BB KING IN 2005 for his birthday celebration. Bryan recently received a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Blues Album “Live in Chicago” on the Kenny Wayne Shepard CD sharing the stage again with HUBERT SUMLIN, BUDDY FLETT and WILLIE” BIG EYES” SMITH. Early in Bryan’s career he opened for MUDDY WATERS at SUMMERFEST, at which time Muddy hugged him and said, “Bryan, stay with this, one day you’re going to be a living legend.” Bryan is going strong, touring across the US, Canada, Europe, and Brazil playing the blues with the BLUES POWER BAND!
Phish continued their repeat-less trend as part of a show featuring bust outs and tasty jams in Charleston on Saturday. Check out the setlist, a recap and The Skinny.
Bob Weir sat in with an all-star cast for the Rex Benefit’s ‘American Beauty’ event.
Tedeschi Trucks Band treated the Orpheum Theatre in Boston to an acoustic set full of blues classics.
Greensky Bluegrass welcomed guitarist Tom Hamilton of opening band Ghost Light to kick off their two-night run at the Mission Ballroom in Denver.
Phish kicked off a three-night stand at the North Charleston Coliseum that closes the band’s Fall Tour 2019 on Friday night in North Charleston, South Carolina.