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The best kept secret in music


"Mab Dreams by Kerri Lee"

Oh no, I thought, not another new age ambient album when 'Mab Dreams' by
Kerri Lee landed on my desk. Upon playing it, my fears were immediately put
to rest and I became grossly ensconced in the album.
From the beginning, Llwelyn, I just loved the feel; whilst elements of
and Clannad are definitely present, this is very much an Australian Artist's
work and should be recognised as such.
The tracks all tell a variety of tales, some old, some new, some reborn but
the music enhances all of these whilst entrancing the listener.
Wherelse can one find 12 string acoustic guitar work, brilliant hammond playing,
C whistles, harp, rhodes piano, violin, pipes and mandolin to name but a
few? On top of all of this one finds everything blended together with some
outstanding vocals.
For those of you who like new acoustica, neo-celtic music with references
to Steeleye Span (Maddy Prior)and touches of older Jethro Tull works, this
is THE album for you. Kerri Lee deserves her place amongst Australia's great

Tony Bates
3WBC 94.1 FM
- Tony Bates 3WBC FM


Three Heart Songs and Mona EP
Mab Dreams LP receiving airplay


Feeling a bit camera shy


Kerri Lee is an Australian singer/poet with a variety of influences from Bob Dylan to Radiohead, Loreena McKennitt and PJ Harvey. The lyrics in her songs tell interesting stories, much in the true tradition of folk music with a futuristic, alternative pop twist, poetically and musically. Kerri Lee has been involved in the music industry for ten years, she has written songs for other artists and contributed to other recordings, apart from her own, with backing vocals. Kerri's recent album 'Mab Dreams' has received airplay in every Australian state and the song 'Cuchulainn', from this album, has been included in the second edition of 'Music Inspired by Art', written by American music professor and author,Gary Evans. She is currently rehearsing with her new band 'Templewitch' blending Middle Eastern sounds with her Neo Celtic style of music. Kerri brings her diverse style to each performance, she has performed live on air and at various venues, recently opening a National Trust art exhibition with her songs and was one the selected sonicbids artists in this years Unisong songwriting competition.