Always an unforgettable night as a solo or with the Edge of Chaos Orchestra.. come back soon!

Una and Colin Reading Folk Club

Not many artists get a standing ovation... Jimmy Lee did ... twice! at the ‘Wee Club’ Edinburgh and ‘The Sail Loft’ Portsoy

Pete Heywood (editor retired) Living Tradition Magazine

The brilliant evenings with these talented musicians .....NOT to be missed !

Jackie Payne Woodies Folk Club. 2013

Jimmy Lee graced the stage at the Strathyre Music Festival and won or hearts with some fantastic music !

Kenny Higgins Strathyre Music Festival

On his second booking Jimmy performed his ‘Runaway’ show.... Brilliant!

Martin Wardrop Dunfermline Folk Club

Jimmy dropped in on a singer’s night in 2013 and stole the evening!....
We have booked him twice since

Chesham Folk Club - Bob Templeman

Jimmy Lee, at the Village Pump Festival 2015, was for me the highlight of the festival.... I have offered Jimmy a full hour on my show anytime!

Pete Grogan Dublin City FM
This composer and his group of musicians sail through an eclectic repertoire of original music from ballads, instrumentals, folk-rock and more. There are great stories told in lyrics woven in beautiful melodies and their live performances simply ‘creak’ with talent.
Frank Gutch Jnr., Folk and Acoustic Music Exchange
RH Rightly demonstrating the exceptional talent which is Jimmy Lee. “This album is a humdinger!”His own self-penned material will surely see him receiving kudos beyond his wildest dreams!
Maverick Magazine ‘The Ragamuffin’ Review
There’s something very compelling about Lee’s writing, ‘The Runaway’ turns out to be one of those rare artistic ventures that really convinces with its integrity and uncompromising honesty !
NETRYTHMS Album review David Kidman
part concept, part balladry; it’s got songs you can really believe in This is an exceptional album!
FATEA ‘The Runaway’ review NK
Jimmy Lee has the total ease and assurance of a man who has clocked up many many hours behind the microphone, it shows and it makes a difference!
Oxfordshire Folk Magazine. ‘The Runaway’ review Tom Bell-Richards
it will release that yearning when ‘folk’ music wasn’t a dirty word!
London Folk Magazine ‘The Runaway’. Review
A balladeer that knows how to capture life in his songs. Two sets one good night. And as the old saying goes, it’s about the quality!
Bournemouth Folk Club Review. NK
When Jimmy Lee played at Royston Folk Club, it was one of our best evenings ever!
Royston Folk Club