Amos Lee in Oakland August 17th — Win Tickets!

August 11, 2011
<img alt="img" src="/Portals/0/amoslee.jpg" style="width: 347px; height: 233px; float: left; margin-right: 9px; margin-bottom: 9px;" />Singer-Songwriter Amos Lee is headlining the newly renovated Fox Theater in Oakland, California, next Wednesday, and <em>Guitar Player</em> is giving away two tickets to one lucky winner.<br /> <br /> Entry is simple: Go to <em>GP</em>'s <strong><a target="_blank" href="">Twitter</a></strong> and/or <strong><a target="_blank" href="">Facebook</a></strong> pages, Re-Tweet or "Like" the "We're giving away two tickets to Amos Lee in Oakland" post, and we'll pick a winner at random from those users who help spread the word. Two runners up will receive a vinyl copy and a CD copy of Lee's most recent album, <em>Mission Bell</em>. Good Luck! Winners will be chosen Tuesday, August 16. at 9:00 am PST.<br /> <br /> <strong>About Amos Lee</strong>:<br /> <br /> Amos Lee&rsquo;s most recent album <em>Mission Bell</em>, which was produced by Joey Burns of the acclaimed band Calexico, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart marking the highest chart position and best sales week of his career. <br /> <img style="width: 200px; height: 200px; float: right; margin-bottom: 9px; margin-left: 9px;" src="/Portals/0/amos_lee_mission_bell.jpg" alt="img" /><br /> Lee will follow up his No. 1 AAA radio single, &ldquo;Windows Are Rolled Down&rdquo; with a new single, &ldquo;Flower,&rdquo; another track off Lee&rsquo;s current album <em>Mission Bell</em>. The video for &ldquo;Flower,&rdquo; which was directed by //kneeon, is now live on <strong><a href="" target="_blank">Lee&rsquo;s Facebook page</a></strong> and his <strong><a href="" target="_blank">VEVO page</a></strong>.&nbsp; <br /> <br /> With <em>Mission Bell</em>&rsquo;s remarkable set of guests&mdash;including Willie Nelson, Lucinda Williams, Sam Beam (Iron &amp; Wine), James Gadson, Priscilla Ahn, and Pieta Brown&mdash;and the musical backing of Calexico&mdash;the album marks the arrival of Amos Lee as a mature artist who continues to explore his musical and thematic interests. &nbsp;<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Since the release of <em>Amos Lee</em> in 2005, the Philadelphia-born-and&ndash;based former schoolteacher has been one of his generation&rsquo;s most celebrated songwriters. After being named one of <em>Rolling Stone</em>&rsquo;s &ldquo;Top 10 Artists to Watch,&rdquo; Lee quickly went on to tour with such giants as Bob Dylan, Merle Haggard, Paul Simon, and Elvis Costello. His next two albums&mdash;<em>Supply and Demand</em> (2006) and <em>Last Days at the Lodge</em> (2008)&mdash;continued to extend his audience and his reputation, and his songs appeared in numerous films and television shows. <em>Mission Bell</em> is a dramatic leap forward for Amos Lee&rsquo;s music, but it also feels like the first step in a new creative journey.<br /> <br /> <strong><a target="_blank" href=""></a></strong>
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