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Philadelphia-born singer-songwriter Amos Lee will bring his soulful sound to Ann Arbor, captivating audiences with his rich vocals and poignant lyrics. Known for acclaimed albums such as Mission Bell and Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song, Lee's career has seen collaborations with legends like Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Zac Brown Band, and Willie Nelson. His recent works include the 2022 album Dreamland, featuring the Top 10 AAA hit "Worry No More," and two tribute projects honoring Chet Baker and Lucinda Williams.

Lee’s upcoming 11th studio album, Transmissions, promises to further expand his sonic range with deeply personal lyrics addressing themes of death, aging, and love. This new record, his first release of original music on his own label, Hoagiemouth Records, was recorded in an old-school style with his longtime band in a studio in upstate New York. The album’s 12 songs were captured live on the floor in less than a week, showcasing Lee’s dedication to authentic, heartfelt music.

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