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In Studio with MICHAEL LEE!!!!

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You've never truly understood the phrase larger than life until you've met Michael Lee. The San Antonio-born, LA-based actor, Emmy-nominated television producer, singer, songwriter, director, ghost hunter and alleged vampire walks the walk in a whirl of outrageous clothes, chutzpah and a mischievous mirth not seen since the heyday of hair metal. Enamo...red with the glamour of big-time rock n roll, Lee lives the dream by staying true to himself, a throwback to the days when people made rock n roll music that they themselves liked instead of writing for a myopic commercial niche.
Michael Lee fell in love with music early on, picking up a guitar at the age of eleven in imitation of the teen idols of the day. Initially finding the guitar challenging, Lee switched temporarily to the bass guitar until the flash of the six-string drew him back. By the age of 14 Lee was in the studio recording his first song. At the same time, Lee was bitten by the acting bug, appearing in his first movie – an independent western – at the age of eleven. Lee went on to study acting at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Lee lost touch with his guitar through his college years, in the process turning his prodigious artistic tendencies toward television production. Lee’s television credits include E! True Hollywood Story, NASCAR interviews, Super Bowl post-game wrap ups and in the process... two EMMY nominations.
When you see Michael Lee on stage he looks like a throwback to another era of rock n roll. Part rebel; part glam rock demigod, Lee swaggers onto the stage with his Flying-V guitar and takes it for his own in the name of rock n roll. Lee writes music that pleases him, and in the process he reminds us all what rock n roll was meant to be. Michael Lee hopes to inspire a new rock revolution, one fan at a time.

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