Lee McMahon writes simply beautiful songs that house a sensitive interpretation of everyday life. His untraditional folk/pop walks an interesting path and is accompanied by memorable melodies that are couriered in a voice that ferries the channel between James Dean Bradfield and Kelly Jones, whilst meandering around the song writing habits of Noel Gallagher and Bob Dylan.
Since picking up the ‘best solo artist’ at the 2003 Sunderland Music Awards, Lee has gone from strength to strength and seen him share the stage with the likes of Stephen Fretwell and The Delays. His ‘Is This How Life Turns Out?’ LP of 2003, and 2004’s ‘The Little Things’ were an overwhelming success. Lee is sure to captivate a wider audience with his latest release ‘Here It Comes’ on BunkerUK.