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Nigel Lee is a Vocalist/Guitarist originally from the United Kingdom who immigrated to New Zealand with his Parents when he was just 7 years old.
After working many years in club bands around the Auckland night scene he started doing TV commercials and quickly became one of New Zealand’s top Session singers for TV, Radio & Cinema ‘Advertising Commercials’ & Campaigns of which many have one awards both here and overseas.
Most notable, would be Nigel’s recorded daily Televised performance of the ‘Official New Zealand 1990 Song,’ which he performed at the prestigious Bastion Point Ceremonial Opening for the 1990 sesquicentennial year, as well as performing for the Televised Ceremonial opening of the New Zealand ‘Sports Hall of Fame.’
The recorded song by Nigel (Copyright owner.) was entitled ‘New Zealand Kainga Tu-Turu.’ meaning home o0f my heart.
Also notable is the ‘Magic Box Television Program’ (Currently still screening in over 30 countries worldwide.) that was designed for the enhancement of children’s reading abilities. The Magic Box included over 60 Read & Sing- Along songs in all musical styles across the board. It is also worthy of note that Nigel was responsible for the Guitar work on the project.
Nigel has also recorded a number of Albums with local Artists such as Brendan Dugan, Shona Lang, Jan Cooper, Barbara Davidson, Matty J, (For the NZ Police ‘Domestic Violence Campaign.) and at some point in his career, performed with most of New Zealand’s top entertainers, either ‘live’ or in Studio’s throughout New Zealand.
Nigel’s return to NZ from England and America In Particular, Nashville Tennessee, where he stayed and performed with ‘Kevin Greaves’ (Son of ‘Rusty Greaves.) has prompted him to self record the songs he wrote with Sue Williams whilst in staying in Nashville.
In his garage at home, Nigel played & sung all the musical parts live into his computer. Originally s as demo’s but as time went on as tunes for friends and family, and now due to their popularity, here, on Reverbnation for to everyone to enjoy.
With some nice keyboard tracks from Stewart Pearce’ on a couple songs, and ‘Tracy Collins’s piano accordion track on ‘Out of my Mind’ Nigel has posted a pretty big sound for people to listen to, review, and or purchase.
Have a listen for yourself today and you decide?