Lee England Jr., is an American violinist, vocalist, arranger, and composer based in Los Angeles, California.
He gained recognition in 2009 after his audition for MTV's Making His Band impressed executive producer Sean Combs and landed him a spot on the show as the only "non-traditional" instrumentalist. Since then, he has been featured on shows like Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Mo'Nique Show, and has shared the stage with musicians like Stevie Wonder, Beyoncé and Jay-Z. In 2010, England performed at a private party for Michael Jordan. Jordan was so impressed with England's abilities that he offered him an endorsement deal with his shoe brand. In 2016, England performed at the Geffen Playhouse and attracted the attention of legendary music producer, Quincy Jones; he was subsequently signed to Jones's management company: Quincy Jones Productions.
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