Lee began learning to play guitar and write his own songs at the age of 16. He spent the next couple of years concentrating on making and perfecting new and old material before forming Rock/Metal band Dilate in march 2005. Singing lead vocals and playing guitar, Lee was accompanied by old school friend Jamie Masterson on bass and Nathan Prince, his friend and workmate, on drums. With a shared passion of music dilate spent the following months rehearsing as much as possible between work and personal life. With the help of good friend Pete Ford producing them, they creating a 3 track demo featuring the songs Let go, Senseless and Rust. By October dilate were well rehearsed and performed a gig in kings cross, clockwork, which although went brilliantly became their first and last gig. Unfortunately the band’s time together came to an end when both Lee and Jamie moved out of London in January 2006. By mid 2006 however lee had formed Blank Canvas with new house mate Stuart Isteed. In only a few months the two played a handful of gigs locally within Huntingdon, but by September 2006 Lee moved away again. However he continued to practice his talents till the end of 2007 and is currently writing new solo material and has started recording. In 2009 having recently returned to the recording talent of Pete Ford and the new discovered talent of his younger brother Luke Hall, Lee is back, recording, writing and practicing with fury. He has found a new wave of inspiration and drive, and with live performances, beautiful recordings, he is producing even stronger lyrics and vocals than ever before. Lee’s most recent recordings ’Close Enough’, ‘Teacher’ and 'Until It's Time' are among the first of many to come and are only a taster of his mature and beautiful sound. Watch this Space...
The Fray, Cary Brothers, Nizlopi, Snow Patrol, Damien Rice
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Hi Lee, glad you liked my song Gravity. If you are not aware of Chemtrails, you might enjoy my song about it. I am trying to raise awareness among people generally, but particularly amongst other musicians. I will look forward to hearing your music sometime. Keep in touch. Paul.