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Playing the evening show Sunday night, and the afternoon show Monday... just enough time to get a couple more in before I head back home to Nashville! Paul Rose and his stellar band are backing me up. Its sure to be a stomping good time. Last year this place was overflowing, and after 5 or 6 encore's... I had to give in and stop for the night. Les do it again shall we?
Guest appearing with Brian Hughes for his Anniversary show. I played on his last record, now I get to do it live, and in Scotland! Yeah!!!
Sounds Like: Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, George Strait, Keith Urban
Label: Out West Records
Forrest Lee Jr is a Singer, Songwriter, multi instrumentalist in Nashville TN.
He is primarily know as an ace guitar player.
He was born Forrest Lee Bibbee Jr, in San Gabriel CA on Jan 6, 1970.
The son of country music legend Forrest Lee Sr, Forrest started playing live music by age 7. He rece...See Full Bio
Forrest Lee Jr has a show on 08/16/2014 at 06:00 PM @ MOTHER ROAD MU... in Hurricane Mills, TN http://www.reverbnation.com/q/4z34x7 #concert
“Forrest Lee Jr has been flying under the radar for 15 years. Most Telecaster guitar players know who he is. B-Bender players use his technology, and music supervisors have been using his songs for film and TV in thousands of shows. He even has signature guitars named after him. But he's eluded the mainstream media somehow. Though he started playing live music when he was a child, his chops as a singer and guitarist in his teenage years, took him to Nashville in 1989, at which time he was not able to pick up and relocate to Nashville. Forrest spent the first three years of the 90s playing six nights a week in Canada with the duo Bobby T and Forrest lee, and the band Gerry King and Sudden Thunder, the whole time longing to get back to Nashville. When he was finally able to move to Nashville in the mid 90’s, he was labeled a guitarist immediately. His chops on guitar landed him the sub gig for Redd Volkaert in The Don Kelly Band the third day he was in town. It was only after 2”