Feature interview on Advocate.com

(click above image to read the full interview)

I sat down with Winston Gieseke at the Advocate for an interview about LML Music and my new album, “Chanteur”

"Chansons d'amour" – DATE CHANGE

Gecko Records, Inc. has announced that the Chansons d’amour: An Homage to the Great French Songbook (from an American Perspective) starring Amanda McBroom & Lee Lessack at the FORD AMPHITHEATRE in Hollywood is now scheduled for Friday, October 7, 2011.
The date was re-scheduled from Saturday, July 30, 2011 due to scheduling conflicts. We regret any inconvenience. FORD AMPHITHEATRE offers a full refund or ticket exchange, and has contacted all ticket holders.

First listenter's comments on "Chanteur"… very proud…


(click above to order “Chanteur”)

Lee, your new CD, CHANTEUR, arrived today and I have just finished listening to it for the first of many times.  Thank you so much for sharing the gift of your voice with all of us.  The arrangements are beautiful and your vocals are both moving and feeling.  This is definitely some of your best work.  – CW

I just received my copy of “Chanteur” today…It’s wonderful!  I can tell that I’ll end up buying more copies to give as gifts and to replace what will become my worn-out disc! – WS

 

Hi Lee, got your CHANTEUR CD in the mail today.  LOVE IT!!!  Congratulations – RB

 

If the world does not demand to hear CHANTEUR…then I am completely insane.  Brilliant… just BRILLIANT. – LJ

Chansons d'amour

I am really thrilled to be joining the divine, AMANDA McBROOM, for an evening under the stars,

celebrating the Great French Songbook.

Please join us as we share the music of Jacques Brel, Michel Legrand, Charles Aznavour and more!

For tickets and more information click here:  CHANSONS D’AMOUR AT THE FORD

 

A Mercer Weekend

I’m thrilled to be appearing with Linda Purl this Sunday (March 6th) at 2:00 PM at the beautiful Haugh Performing Arts Center on the campus of Citrus College.  To purchase tickets click here:  TICKETS or call the box office (626) 963-9411

 

It's raining in Daytona Beach

It may be raining in Daytona, but that won’t keep us from celebrating the music of Irving Berlin tonight in Daytona Beach.  It’s been quite an eventful 72 hours.   This past weekend, Linda Purl injured her foot and had to have surgery and thus she wasn’t able to fly with me to Daytona Beach for our appearance at the Peabody Auditorium this evening.   We are performing our concert, “Steppin’ Out With My Baby: The Songs of Irving Berlin” and very thankful that Joanne O’Brien has graciously stepped into the show AND learned all 3,786,423 lyrics in just 48 hours!

Hope to see you tonight at the Peabody.  Showtime is 7:30 PM

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