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Tanner Lee is unapologetic, hard-rocking country with a Muscle Shoals soul.
With a passion for storytelling, Tanner writes from the heart. Tanner’s music spans good time honky tonk to to Muscle Shoals soul. It’s real, passionate, funny and sometimes painful. His voice resonates with the clear passion of a singer/songwriter and his music is wrapped in the influences of traditional honky tonk, southern rock, a little bluegrass and a lot of Nashville country. His songs are the true stories of a real life and often crazy life. Tanner works as a guitar-toting musician across the US, his home state of Missouri, Nashville, Tennessee and Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Tanner's new album, "Coffee, Water, Whiskey and Wine" - (including his nationally acclaimed singles, "I Do" and "Love You More") was released January 2014. Tanner is currently recording an album in Nashville, TN/Muscle Shoals, AL co-written and produced by the Grammy-nominated SteelDrivers' front man and Mercury Records recording artist, Gary Nichols.
- Awards, Recognition & Media -
2014 D'Angelico Guitars Endorsed Artist
2014/15 National Tour Support (Randy Houser, Aaron Watson, Jon Pardi, Brandy Clark, Joey Hyde, Logan Mize, Zane Williams)
2014 Nominee for Best in Columbia (Inside Columbia Magazine)
2014 Nominee for Best Artist in Missouri (MidMoToday.com)
2014 Collaboration with Nashville songwriters community and Rounder/Mercury label artists
2014 ReverbNation Nationally Featured Song - "I Do"
2014 Featured Artist on Zimmer Radio Group's "Homegrown Country" (KCLR)
2014 2x Featured Artist on the Missouri Music Radio Show (KOPN)
2012 Roots & Blues & BBQ Performer
2012 ConAgra Texaco Showdown Winner
2012 ASCAP Professional (American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers)
2012 Headline Performer for Sarah Palin/Sarah Steeleman Missouri Convention
2012 Independent Release of “Muse”, available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon
2009 Independent Release of “Story of Our Lives”, available on request
2011-2012 media coverage in VOX Magazine, Columbia Tribune, Marshall Democrat, Cooper County Voice, Boonville Daily News