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About Lee Davis – Music Producer2019-10-10T17:31:21+00:00

Music Producer- Lee Davis

Lee Davis is a gifted musician, music producer, composer, songwriter and author whose talents inspire, delight and awe his audiences. Lee Davis has been immersed in music from an early age being influenced by his mother, a classically trained vocalist.

By the time he was seven, he was already playing piano for his father’s church congregations and, having saved money from delivering newspapers, he bought his first guitar and tape recorder. He was still a teenager when he began collaborating with bandleader Mark Garrison. The pair wrote, recorded and played music together at club dates and concerts throughout the Southeast for many years.

He also played in a variety of other bands in this early twenties, while continuing to hone his skills as a classical pianist and composer. Since then Lee has played piano for numerous local and national artists, some of which include John Berry, Jan Smith, Corey Smith, Ty Herndon, Chely Wright, Thompson Square, Steve Cropper, Joe Diffie, Mark Collie, Billy Dean, as well as scores of other popular artists.

Music Producer and Recording Studio Owner

Lee opened the studio in 1986, where he has produced numerous independent albums, by such varied artists as Craig Collins, Kurt Thomas, Joe Olds, Mercy Tree, The Lord’s Messengers, The Foxfire Boys, world-renowned vocal coach Jan Smith and independent “phenom” Corey Smith and countless others.

Dividing his time as producer and composer, Lee has written, recorded and produced several tracks used by shows on MTV, Discovery network and Netflix among many others. As a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, he served on the “engineering crafts committee for a couple of years 2001-2002.

He has received numerous songwriter awards and recorded many albums of his own piano compositions. Lee Davis’s label, Rogue Records, had six top 100 singles on national, independent charts, his book and DVD “Keyboard Primer” on the basics of playing the piano have sold more than 100,000 copies.