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Episode 66:
Amos Lee





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/D, let's talk inbox on my FB page anytime, ok? I'm Deb McCloud Gabel. You might remember me. :)
- posted by DEBOJR50 - April 19, 2014
Every single episode at the House is phenomenal. I went to OJR with Daryl and experienced the talent in the auditorium at school and on the street corners of Pottstown, PA. He knew what was the deal in his teens already. And hey. His voice is even better than it's ever been. So proud of our ole Wildcat! Hugggggs, DH.
- posted by DEBOJR50 - April 19, 2014
Great pairing! I had suggested this a year or so ago and you all sound great. I have another performer I would like to suggest. Feel free to contact me.
- posted by k9corso - April 18, 2014
Peter Frampton & Daryl Hall would be incredible. Hope I can see this someday.
- posted by hjklk - April 18, 2014
Seen it all before is OUTSTANDING! And the lady making the sauce is hot!
- posted by Charleroi77 - April 18, 2014
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Amos Lee
Amos has toured with legendary artists like Bob Dylan and Paul Simon, collaborated with Norah Jones, Lucinda Williams and Zac Brown Band, and been touted as a favorite songwriter and performer by The Band Perry and Lady Antebellum. He followed his 2004 debut with the critically acclaimed Supply and Demand (2006) and Last Days at the Lodge (2008). 2011's Mission Bell entered the Billboard 200, Amazon, and iTunes charts at # 1 and contained the chart-topping Triple A radio hit "Windows are Rolled Down." His latest album, Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song (2013), topped the Americana radio chart for two consecutive months, featuring guest appearances by Alison Krauss and Patti Griffin. The New York Times hailed it as "serenely sure-footed" while Elmore noted it "may be Lee's finest yet."

Lee will appear on an upcoming Jimmy Kimmel Live!, guest on Tavis in March and be featured on an episode of PBS' Music City Roots, a new variety show hosted by Jim Lauderdale in Nashville. This summer, he is scheduled to perform at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival (June 12-15) and Firefly Music Festival in Dover, DE (June 17-19).He will be accompanied by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra when he plays his first headline show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO, on August 1. Amos is donating $1 from each ticket sold for the tour to Musicians on Call (www.musiciansoncall.org/amos), a non-profit organization that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities.
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