Gray Lee | Five Golden Earrings

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Five Golden Earrings

by Gray Lee

Gray Lee is a singer/songwriter who blends folk, rock, blues and traditional music to form timeless originals.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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A native wanderer of the red clay towns of upstate South Carolina, Gray Lee writes the kind of songs that people didn't know they wanted to hear until he begins to sing. He is a philosopher, a poet, and an avid storyteller. His music, heavily influenced by American folk songs, has been described as 'a salve for the listener weary of vapid, charmless music,' and 'Songwriting the way it should be: unpolished, unapologetic, and unforgettable.'

“...a unique entertainer, presenting a folksy style of acoustic music perfect for a coffee house setting and is more than appropriate for family entertainment. Presenting a wide collection of self-composed material along with some old familiar — for those with an expanded knowledge of the genre — thrown in for good measure, Lee presents a show devoid of deviation from a natural sound. Lee, by his own admission, loves to sing shanties and “pirate songs” whose message resonates with adults but even hit home with the kids as well. Lee performs all over the upstate and can be seen anywhere from Clemson to Greenville with his own unique style and presentation.”
— D.C. Moody, The Easley Progress



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