After stepping away from the music business for 15 years, Jerry Lucky Lee is back and working to establish a foothold back in the Blues world again. In the 1980's and 90's Lee and his group of road warriors played in some of the toughest and also some of the most famous Blues Clubs in the World....... he was a weekly regular (Thursdays) at the Famed Checkerboard Lounge on 43rd street in Chicago and also the less well known yet genuine Blues Club the Cuddle Inn on 53rd street (Mondays) and the rest of the week traveled up and down the Chicago to Milwaukee corridor in any roadhouse that would have them. Lee and group also served as opening act for Buddy Guy, Koko Taylor, Lonnie Brooks and others during this time. Now with some new material, and some of the old, Jerry Lucky Lee is looking to get back in the saddle again and says "I'm making my last stand here.... I just hope I have better luck than General Custer did!!!"