Funhouse Fest | Amos Lee

Saturday, June 23

Amos Lee

Philadelphia-born singer-songwriter Amos Lee’s soulful folk-rock was first shared with audiences during a 2004 tour with Norah Jones, and has been recorded by Blue Note Records five times since his self-titled debut album in 2005. Lee has gone on to open for such acts as Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, and the Dave Matthews Band. Discover a unique artist whose fierce fan base will follow him to the ends of the earth and back. “Amos Lee continues to deliver the kind of laid-back, soulful sound that has set his work apart for years. He just keeps getting better at it. For years now, he’s turned out music wonderfully evocative of singers like Al Green in his 1970s-era prime and vintage, mellow Isley Brothers. The truth is, he doesn’t sound like anybody but Amos Lee - a singer who will never be mistaken for anyone else” (The Washington Times).

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