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1997 – Plumb

1999 – candycoatedwaterdrops

2003 – Beautiful Lumps of Coal

2006 – Chaotic Resolve

2007 – Blink

2013 – Faster Than a Bullet




Despite a semi-respite from traditional PLUMB activities from 2005-2010 to have her 3 children, Lee has remained highly active and reached several career peaks during this
time. The 2007 so-called “lullaby album” Blink has sold nearly 100k albums and boasts over 1 Million singles worldwide, and was followed similar successes of PLUMB first truly career-spanning hits collection Beautiful History in 2009. Lee has continued her broad palette of songwriting, both within Nashville’s Christian and Country communities,
as well as for rock and pop in Los Angeles (including Dave Hodges, principle writers on
Glee and others).

Lee’s otherworldly voice has proved a perfect fit for numerous film & TV uses (Vampire Diaries, Bruce Almighty, One Tree Hill, among many others). Widely embraced in the
global dance/remix community, PLUMB has achieved multiple #1 Billboard Hot Dance/Club singles and over 1 Million single sales in the past 4 years. And with her own
forthcoming new album, as well as upcoming 2012 collaborations with world-renowned remix artists Paul van Dyke and BT, Plumb is sure to see further exponential growth in both arenas.

From her own early chart-topping singles (Stranded, God-Shaped Hole, Boys Don’t Cry), to penned cuts for others (including Mandy Moore, Michelle Branch, and Jaci
Velasquez), PLUMB’s chart-topping singles now span over a decade and include more than a dozen #1s. Fall 2011 saw the premier of new single Drifting (feat. Dan Haseltine
of Jars of Clay), which has enjoyed the strongest start of any PLUMB single to date, premiering with adds at both K-Love and Air1, and quickly becoming the most-added
single in Christian music in September 2011. Now with the final touches going into her sixth studio album Faster Than A Bullet, due early 2012, PLUMB looks to a return to
live performance, continued writing, and a healthy balance of a meaningful legacy and burgeoning future.