Chrisite Lenee had to cancel this show. Stay tuned for a new date. All tickets for this date will be refunded.
“Acoustic Guitarist of the Year” and renowned singer/songwriter Christie Lenée is more than a musician – she’s an experience. Symphonic compositions flow from her fingertips effortlessly, with sound ranging from transcendental folk-pop to virtuosic instrumentals.
Christie is often described as ‘Michael Hedges meets Joni Mitchell and Dave Matthews,” integrating melodic pop lyricism with catchy hooks and percussive, harmonic textures. Featured on the Grammy Museum’s virtual program streaming from Los Angeles, along with a variety of articles in Guitar Player Magazine, Acoustic Guitar Magazine, and the recent notability of “Best Acoustic Guitarists in the World Right Now” (Guitar World Magazine), Christie continues to awe crowds with the unique essence of her music.
Christie has shared stages with Tim Reynolds (Dave Matthews Band), Tommy Emmanuel, Andy McKee, Amy Ray (Indigo Girls), Melissa Etheridge, Jake Shimabukoro, Antigone Rising, Stanley Jordan and Christopher Cross to name a few. She has released five albums, with “STAY” one of three finalists for “Best CD of 2016” (Indie Acoustic Project Awards).
In 2018 Christie released an arrangement of Ed Sheeran’s “Castle on the Hill” which garnered media attention across several Digital Publications. AXS.com's Jim Wood noted "through the use of harmonics and tapping, Lenée's infectious style utilizes all parts of the guitar and combines elements of folk, rock and pop into one tasty and eclectic musical stew."
Christie just completed her newest solo album “Coming Alive” which will be released in Spring 2022.
“Christie Lenée is a wonderful spirit making beautiful music on the guitar. She has epic compositions that take one on a journey through time.”
-Tim Reynolds, Guitarist for Dave Matthews Band
“… One of the most shockingly moving interludes we’ve ever had. It was more than the fluid, neck-tapping virtuosity. She seemed to radiate joy. “
-Craig Havighurst, Music City Roots, Nashville, TN. – Full Article: http://musiccityroots.com/blog/british-invasion/