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June 30, 2020
With a hint of fun pretentiousness for good measure, Amos Lee knows how to work a crowd into a frenzy or to sink them into their chair with everything they might feel in their darkest moments.
Breaking And Entering
Stomping folk-rock-soul troubadour Amos Lee channels the best of his influences, ranging from Bob Dylan to Otis Redding, to form an authentic and earthy acoustic fusion bolstered by his laid back vocal delivery and emotionally raw lyrics. Don't miss out when the singer songwriter joins the National Symphony Pops and fellow Philadelphian, conductor Andrew Lipke, for a special one night only orchestral concert featuring songs from his latest album My New Moon.
His seventh studio offering, My New Moon was released in the summer of 2018 to much critical acclaim. A soul-searcher of a record, it finds Lee reckoning with losses both personal and political, expertly balancing hopelessness with hope and loss with renewal. Invoking the first lunar phase in its moniker, it reflects and initiates a new start, both personally and sonically, with elements of soul, jazz, pop and gospel peeking through its mellifluous lining.
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