William Lee Ellis
Genres:
Blues, Country, Folk
Meta styles:
Contemporary Country, Country Blues, Delta Blues, Early Acoustic Blues, Electric Blues, Traditional Folk
Styles:
Acoustic Blues, Acoustic Memphis Blues, Contemporary Country, Delta Blues, Folk-Blues, Juke Joint Blues, Minstrel, Piedmont Blues, Regional Blues, Slide Guitar Blues, Soul-Blues

Acclaimed Americana/Blues guitarist William Lee Ellis was raised in the deep roots of American music. Named after his godfather, legendary bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe, Ellis grew up in a musical family ? his father, Tony Ellis, was one of Monroe's Blue Grass Boys. Growing up in Kingsport, Tennessee was as close to bluegrass heaven as you could get - some of William Lee's earliest memories include trips to Appalachian musician Tommy Jarrell's home with his father, and being bounced on his godfather's knee.

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The Full Catastrophe

The Full Catastrophe

1
Year:
2003
Tracks:
16
Bitrate:
192 kbps
Conqueroo

Conqueroo

1
Year:
2002
Tracks:
13
Bitrate:
192 kbps