Philadelphia-born Amos Lee
made his debut in 2005 with a self-titled album and the collaboration of Norah Jones. The song Colors
from this CD was later used in the TV series House
and Grey's Anatomy.
In 2006, Lee released the album Supply and Demand
on which you can hear the singer Lizz Wright. The singer-songwriter continued to broaden his horizons. In that same year, he made alive recording in front of the cameras at the Abbey Road Studios. On his most recent studio album Last Days at the Lodge
, he returns to his roots and you can hear influences of J.J. Cale and Bob Dylan. There is also more percussion and Lee makes clear that he will not be pinned down to a single music style.