Forrest Lee Jr.
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Forrest Lee Jr.

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"Backwoods Bearcat"

"Forrest Lee Jr. took the stage with his wild Texas blues style and whipped the crowd into a frenzy. A few people in the audience were actually dancing on the pool tables!" - The Echo

"Duo Of The Year - 1991"

"Bobby T and Forrest Lee win duo of the year" - Twang Magazine

"Lighthouse Fetival"

"Forrest Lee Jr and the Broadcasters rock the house during the annual Lighthouse Festival. Forrest Lee Jr. is on vocals and guitar, Pat Coy vocals and drums, Ray Neyens vocals and bass, and Kin Alvers on steel guitar"

Photo and story made the front page top and center.

"And guess what... According to volunteer Curt Shriner, featured act Forrest Lee Jr. and the Broadcasters heard about the lack of professional sound equipment, and immediately left all of their precious work tools behind for the remainder of the festival."

Rebecca Carr - Mukilteo Beacon


*independent released*
"Telethon" released Jan 6, 2006
"Living My Life" released May 27, 2005
"Long Way Down" CD released Sept. 17th 2004.
"Viva NashVegas" CD released April 5th 2002.
"Frankentele" CD released Oct. 15th. 1998.
"I Can't Fall In Love" Released Feb. 16th. 1994.
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Feeling a bit camera shy


From the early days (7 years old playing lead guitar with his dad) to becoming one of the hottest guitarists around, Forrest has steadily gained momentum. His latest instrumental CD "Telethon" is Telecaster Virtuosity with guest appearances from some of the best Tele players on the planet, Redd Volkaert (Merle Haggard, solo artist), Matt Rae (Arlen Roth, solo artist), Geno Burbank, Jimmy Yeary and also an apperance by Roger Fisher (Heart, Alias).

Forrest Lives just outside of Nashville TN. He also owns a recording studio and collaborates with artists around the US, and records his lead guitar parts on their albums, long distance. For the live shows, he pulls out all the tricks a true entertainer should. From behind the head shredding, to beer bottle slide, his onstage antics make the crowd go crazy! Forrest learned showmanship from his father (an entertaining legend) and also stole the best of Roy Buchanon, Danny Gatton and Stevie Ray Vaughn. If you watch CMT, then you have heard Forrest numerous times. They are using his material for many CMT original shows. Forrest is endorsed by Floyd Rose Guitars, and he will be at NAMM 2006 in Anehiem, CA, again playing at the Floyd Rose booth.