|Walt and Lee in conversation|
Lee and I recently sat down to talk about his musical background and about writing his first songs on bass guitar. We also talk about Mister Picasso Head. You'll have to listen to find out what that's about.
Lee tells us what brought him to Idaho and recounts the harrowing story that freed him to pursue his music. He also talks about the influence of those experiences on his early songs.
We'll talk about Lee's band, The Oliphants, where the name came from, and what the band helped him replace in his life. We also get into the differences for him between solo performing and fronting a band.
|Lee Penn Sky|
You'll definitely want to listen as Lee talks about the family discovery that took him to Israel and will soon take him back into the recording studio.
Along the way, Lee shares several of his songs: "Pirates and Scoundrels," from his album with The Oliphants, 29 Left Down; "Jump From The Train," from his soon to be recorded new CD, and "Jessie."
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