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Baltimore's alt-folk Stephen Lee releases album West of Twenty-Three, plays the Villain and Saint, 1/10





Baltimore's alt-folk Stephen Lee releases album West of Twenty-Three, plays the Villain and Saint, 1/10

He has a raspy voice, a guitar, and knack for storytelling through song, so naturally Stephen Lee is a perfect fit for the Baltimore music scene. With his unique brand of Americana mixed with alternative flavoring, the music evokes images of smoke-filled bars by railroad tracks and old factories, filled with beer-swilling listeners and stomping feet. Lee's sound is similar to that of Lucero, stripped down to near lo-fi status and backed by a steady beat from his guitar. If you're looking for common man verses without airs, give his recent release West of Twenty-Three a listen or catch him opening for Noble Giants and Throwing Wrenches at the Villain and Saint in Bethesda, 1/10. -Jonathan Goodwin

Published: January 05, 2016 |

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