LEE JONES
Guitarist & Composer
NEW ALBUM 'AFTER THE PIER'

'...an excellent composer and one heck of a guitarist...'
Larry Coryell

LEE JONES
Guitarist & Composer
NEW ALBUM 'AFTER THE PIER'

'...a fully developed personal style...'
Dave Gelly, The Observer

LEE JONES
Guitarist & Composer
NEW ALBUM 'AFTER THE PIER'

'...the potential to become a genuine jazz star...'
Keith Ames, Musician Magazine

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Biography

Lee Jones is a jazz-rock guitarist and composer, combining influences from modern jazz, fusion, blues, fingerstyle and rock styles. He regularly performs throughout the UK jazz scene and has recorded/performed alongside Larry Coryell, Martin Taylor and Dennis Rollins. Lee graduated from Birmingham Conservatoire in 2007 and has since has released three solo albums, “Swish” (2007),“Songs from the 13th Hour” (2011) and "After the Pier" (2015) with former WEA producer Simon Tittley; featuring on Jazz FM's 'Discovery Show'.

Lee is currently completing a Ph.D. in music composition at the University of Salford, Manchester, focusing on the use of alternative musical resources and new methods of collaborative composition with the Adelphi Jazz / Laptop Sextet. Alongside solo work, Lee also works extensively with leading popular saxophonist Kim Cypher, jazz-funk inspired outfit KOGO in addition to various theatre and corporate performance work.

Lee is a long standing user of Ibanez semi-solid archtop guitars.

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After the Pier

 

Lee's latest release features Maceo Parker sideman Dennis Rollins on trombone and American drummer Mark Sacco.

"...the potential to become a genuine jazz star..."
Keith Ames, Musician Magazine

 

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Songs From the 13th Hour

 

Released in 2011, Lee's second album featured Jean Toussaint on sax and a guest appearance by veteran fusion guitarist Larry Coryell.

"...an excellent composer and one heck of a guitarist..."
Larry Coryell

 

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Swish

 

Released in 2007, Lee's debut album featured Ronnie Scott's house drummer Chris Dagley and bass session ace Mark Smith.

"...a fully developed personal style..."
Dave Gelly, The Observer

 

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