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Genres You Will Love
Folk: like Ani Moods: Solo Female Artist Moods: Type: Live Recordings Blues: Folk-Blues Country: Outlaw Country

By Location
United States - Alabama

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Kristy Lee

"an Alabama girl full of emotion, who’s acoustic guitar, and rich vocals prove she is as passionate as Aretha Franklin circa Soul 69!"
– Ultra Underground (AUSTRALIA)

-A Southern Original-

Kristy Lee is an Alabama based singer-songwriter that has been burning it up on the underground scene for years and now on a national level. Known for her powerhouse vocals, Lee delivers pure, raw emotion. it has caught the attention of fans and industry names alike.

She has shared the stage with internationally renowned artists including The Zac Brown Band, Michael Franti, Dickey Betts (The Allman Brothers), The Indigo Girls, G-Love and Special Sauce and the legendary Leon Russell. Just naming a few, you can clearly see she reaches out across many genres of music. She has birthed a new sound, uniquely her own...Dirt Road Soul!
"Kristy Lee is a triple threat. She has the unique ability to speak to souls, break hearts, and mend them all at the same time. Her music is a breath of fresh air in a smoke filled bar packed tight with anticipation."

“Kristy Lee’s distinctive, soulful voice is absolutely amazing, and it is only matched by her honest, gut- wrenching lyricism. If you love folk and blues you are certain to be won over by the sounds of this rising Mobile sensation”
-– Lagniappe Mobile

"..the sensational delta blues singer had me enthralled with everything I was lucky to witness. Operating as a trio with two other equally impressive female performers, they possessed a sound that would rival more fancied headliners Alabama Shakes, but with a stripped back quality that was all their own. A really exciting surprise find”

""Kristy Lee has one of Alabama's most powerful voices. Her voice calls to mind long gone blues belters, Southern soul shouters and gospel divas.””
-– Lawrence Specker (Press Register)