Modern music desperately needs a shot of adrenaline. Thankfully, The Spencer Lee Band is the one to drop the needle. Fronted by 25-year-old singer and multi-instrumentalist Spencer Lee, the Los Angeles outfit reincarnates Johnny Cash’s edge and the funk soul house that Prince and Stevie Wonder built.
Quite appropriately, the story that brought this wandering maverick to the verge of stardom is pure American pulp…Born and raised Kansas, the frontman’s quick to clarify that he “didn’t even live in a town,” but “15 miles out in the country.” “I knew music was to be my focus,” he admits. “That rural environment gave me perspective, purpose, and the desire to break way and follow my dream.”
As soon as he could, Spencer packed his bags and moved to Los Angeles. He quietly stirred up a buzz in the music industry, but was led astray by a few bad deals and at 19-years-old he ended up in homeless in the City of Angels.
SB Projects eventually caught wind of Spencer and signed him. Thereafter, he linked up with super producer Eric Valentine [Queens of the Stone Age, Slash] and dove headfirst into recording his 2018 full-length debut for SB Projects/Republic Records.
With the album looming and a major spot on the Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack for “The Wolf,” he’s about to electrify pop back to life.“My vision is for the return of ‘real music,’ natural ability, and a genuine desire and love of performing,” he leaves off. “I have always known I can do this. I want to let you know I come from 1826 255th Street Fort Scott, Kansas USA, and I’m going to make this happen!”
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