A powerful new voice in Americana and bluegrass, multi-instrumentalist Eric Lee shapes songs with stand-alone melodies and rich musical backdrops. From the personal to the sublime, they range from tales of honky-tonk heartache to anthems of social consciousness, and are told with a language of poetic and raw honesty. His first full-length album, Heartache Town, reached #26 most-played album in national folk radio charts this year (with the single, “The Garden” reaching #25 most-played song,) and features vocalist Tracy Grammer, and IBMA mandolinist-of-the-year Jesse Brock. Lee draws from a well of uncommon musical depth, having worked professionally in recording studios, festival stages, and on the road with acclaimed artists in both folk, country, and bluegrass (The Kennedys, Eric Andersen, Peter Rowan) since his late teens. He has opened for artists including Grand Ole Opry member Lorrie Morgan, The Gibson Brothers, and Della Mae, and commands the stage with the seasoned ease of a veteran performer.