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Amos Lee Announces New Tour Dates With Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers – Coming To The Rose Music Center On 7/16

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Amos Lee

Amos Lee and Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers
7/16/19
Rose Music Center, 6800 Executive Blvd, Huber Heights, OH
6:30pm doors, 7:30pm show, Buy Tickets

Amos Lee has announced a new string of summer tour dates with Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers, extending an already busy stretch this spring. Lee will play two nights at Austin’s ACL Live at The Moody Theater this weekend and his first hometown Philadelphia show in years next month on April 6, closing out the summer at Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Labor Day weekend (with Patty Griffin supporting). Tickets for the dates with Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers go on sale this Friday, March 22nd. See below for full schedule — more 2019 dates to be announced soon. Read more

Photos – Amos Lee, 3/7/14, Taft Theatre, Cincinnati, OH

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Amos Lee

Photos by Scott Preston

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Live From Daryl’s House #66 with Amos Lee

Amos Lee, Daryl Hall, Mutlu

Amos Lee, Daryl Hall, Mutlu

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Amos Lee is performing TONIGHT 3/7 at The Taft Theatre, 317 E 5th St, Cincinnati, OH

Live from Daryl’s House celebrates it’s Philadelphia roots in its new Pawling, N.Y., location as fellow City of Brotherly Love native Amos Lee joins Daryl Hall for the show’s 66th and latest installment. The episode premieres on Viacom’s high-definition music channel Palladia on Thursday, February 27 and on the VH1 App on March 7 before being made available April 15 on Daryl’s dedicated LFDH.com website, the first to be filmed at Daryl’s still-under-construction new “clubhouse,” a combination concert venue and restaurant he is currently restoring as a future home for the show. Read more

Amos Lee 2014 Tour Comes To Taft Theatre on 3/7/14

Amos Lee

Amos Lee

Photo by Harper Smith

Amos Lee with Chris Kasper
3/7/14
Taft Theatre, 317 E 5th St, Cincinnati, OH
7pm doors, 8pm show, Buy Tickets

Amos Lee inaugurates the New Year with a 29-city headline U.S. tour, starting February 15 in Eugene, Oregon.  The dates with him and the band will include an evening at The Wiltern in Los Angeles (February 21), just announced shows in Florida and up the Eastern seaboard before concluding with a performance at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York  (April 19). It comes on the heels of Lee’s extensive fall 2013 outing, which included sold-out shows at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and the Beacon Theatre in New York City. Read more

Show Review – Amos Lee and Tift Merritt, 4.21.10, 20th Century Theater, Cincinnati, Ohio

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Amos Lee

Written by Bill Whiting – billwhiting01@yahoo.com
Photos by Scott Preston

Tift Merritt and Amos Lee’s double bill at the 20th Century Theater on April 21 was a natural fit for both performers. Merritt took the opening slot, and played solo acoustic, concentrating on her 2008 project, Another Country. Attempting to sing over the top of a boisterous crowd, Merritt convincingly shined on “Something to Me” and the title track from Another Country. Stretching out on “Good Hearted Man” from the 2004 long player, Tambourine, Merritt displayed prowess on the keyboards as well. Connecting to the hushed audience, Merritt delivered a winning take on “Broken,” and an a capella off the microphone version of “Supposed To Make You Happy” from 2002’s Bramble Rose album. Amos Lee chose to perform in the acoustic format as well, with dramatic results. The east coast native chose to emphasize his 2008 release as well, the tightly woven Last Days at the Lodge disc. Yet, Lee had new material to relate to the sold out patrons of the 20th Century, and the gospel tinged “Cup Of Sorrow” and inclusive “El Camino” had the listeners in great anticipation of his next recording. “Truth” had all of the 20th Century denizen’s singing back towards the stage in full voice. “Street Corner Preacher” turned into a full fledged clap and camp fire like sing a long. Lee had the entire all ages gathering in his hands, and they danced and sang aloud to Lodge’s opener, the soul strutting marvel, “Listen.” By the time Lee was winding down with “What’s Been Going On” and “Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight,” the tightly packed floor was bristling with energy. Singing along to the hit, “Won’t Let Me Go,” Amos Lee and the citizens of Cincinnati made a wondrous harmony that could be heard outside the walls of the 20th Century Theater on a spectacular April 21 spring night.

Here are more photos by Scott Preston of the evening – Tift Merritt and Amos Lee

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Photos – Amos Lee, 4.21.10, 20th Century Theater, Cincinnati, OH

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Amos Lee

More Photos – Amos Lee, 4.21.10, 20th Century Theater, Cincinnati, OH

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Photos by Scott Preston

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