Storm Lee is one of the most sought after singers. He has worked with a staggering list of music and media superstars, including
Carrie Underwood, Travis Tritt, Disney, Randy Jackson, Ozzy Osborne, Meatloaf and Neil Young, to name a few. Born in Edinburgh,
Scotland, he left high school at age 14, preferring to wander the halls of museums and art galleries. At 16, he moved to Paris
and at 17, he bought a one-way ticket to New York City, arriving with $400, a backpack and a demo tape. After a few years
in New York, Lee headed west to Los Angeles and signed a publishing deal with Deston Songs. In the fall of 2004, he received
a Latin Grammy nomination for the composition "Lipstick," performed by Alejandra Guzman. In the summer of 2006, he published
his first book, I Eat Neon, a collection of prose poetry inspired by his life and experiences in New York and held
his first art show, Victorious Filth, displaying his original paintings/collage. Lee is currently working on his next book.
His debut record, Soulfillapopkilla, includes 11 songs firmly rooted in the neon-drenched world of the synthesizer
and is exclusively available on iTunes. Most recently, he performed a song on Benise-Spanish Guitar, coming soon on
PBS and is working on Meatloaf's new album. He also recorded backing vocals for American Idol stars Carrie Underwood,
Clay Aiken, Bo Bice and David Archuleta. Lee is living proof that you create what you become and become what you create.