Amos Lee is a no-fuss honest singer. Give the guy a guitar and he'll sing his intimate, meaningful songs in a warm, unpolished soul-voice. For a year or two Lee has been one of the most important new cross-over, soul, folk and country voices. With his self-penned, singer-songwriter style songs he attracts a broad audience that adores his sensitive, outspoken and most of all romantic approach. The career of this musician from Philadelphia, who used to be a primary school teacher, rocketed after singer Norah Jones had asked him to open up for her during her European tours. Jones and her boyfriend, bass player Lee Alexander also contributed to the title-less debut album that was released in 2005. On his second CD, Supply and Demand, that was released last year, he developed a more solid and varied sound including elements from rhythm & blues and gospel.