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Michael Lee & the Wartime Limousine
April 4 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Texas Soul is what makes Michael Lee And The Wartime Limousine a crowd pleaser around the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
Born in Bedford Texas Michael’s love of the Blues started early with the music of his parents. “I recall being pulled out of Pre-School to go see BB King in concert. There was some headliner that at the time I didn’t know but I knew BB King was the man, and I was so thrilled to see The King.” Michael picked up the guitar and saxophone at the same time when he was 12 years old. He learned to play by ear with the guitar and read charts with the saxophone. Getting a large dose of music everywhere he turned from the local music scene only cemented his love of music. Michael decided he had to learn to sing and start his own solo band.
In April of 2014 Michael released his debut self titled album “Michael Lee”. This album is a “Record” as he likes to put it. “It’s a record and it’s exactly that! A record in time of everything I have ever done up until this point. It sums me up in 11 songs.”
This album is all original music written by Michael, and it is a peek into the man’s soul.
Starting off with a bang, “Hell’s Highway” is the first song on the album. Its rockin’ vocals, emotional guitar lines and grooves, moves you back to a different time. Hell’s Highway
Not only can Michael rock your socks off, but his soulful voice and tenderness that you hear in the song “Don’t Leave Me”, really solidifies Michael as a true blues man and song writer. Michael has always been told he has an “Old Soul” and his soul shines on this track, Don’t Leave Me