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Hi Everybody

Welcome, and thanks for coming by - I'm always happy to get a visit from long time fans, friends, new listeners, folks looking for new music.  Booking agents, event coordinators, and venue entertainment directors are also welcome.  Please feel free to take a look around, there are videos, photos, bios, song lists, and more.


"Legends Of Tomorrow" on the CW.

My song, "Kahala Beach", has been placed on the Season 3 opener of "Legends Of Tomorrow".  You can click on the "Media" page - up at the top of this page, to see the clip, and you can watch the entire episode here: .

Deserts And Islands

This is my latest CD, titled, "Deserts And Islands".  This is a collection of folky, country-ish instrumentals.  It's all acoustic, mostly featuring acoustic guitars, ukulele, and there's a harmonica and five string banjo in there somewhere.

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Wooden Trail

That's right, my new CD, titled, "Wooden Trail", is now finished.  You can give it a listen here:  You can also find it anytime through the navigation links right up there at the top of the page :D .

"Wooden Trail" is now on sale at Amazon:

Lee Jones on itunes:

And at CD Baby:


At my live shows, the kinds of music I play are:    Traditional Country, Classic Light Rock, 50s, Bluegrass, Folk, Instrumentals, and even some authentic Hawaiian - as I'm originally from Hawaii.  There are, of course, the songs from the CD, "WoodenTrail".  You'll hear acoustic guitars, ukulele, and maybe a lap steel, a 5 string banjo, and even a fiddle.  I just came off of some massive travelling, to places including Peru, England, San Francisco, San Diego, Austin, San Antonio, Tucson, Portland, Reno, Fort Worth, and Hawaii.

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These videos are not in  any particular order.  When I'm in a country setting, I'll do most or all Country, and so on.  I cut my teeth on country, so I probably have more country than the other stuff, but there is plenty of all of it.  I have about 300 songs, many of each style.  So please, there are only a few videos here, and are just a small sample of what I do.

On all my recordings and videos, I play all the 


I also arrange, produce, and engineer all of it.

This is Folsom Prison Blues
Originally done by Johnny Cash

The Race Is On

Originally done by the great George Jones :D .

This is Nashville Bum.  Originally done by Waylon Jennings.

Country State Of Mind, my all time favorite Hank Jr. song.

This is Ramblin' Fever, the Classic Country song originally done by the great

Merle Haggard.

Dixieland Delight

It's a fiddle song, it don't start off that way,

but it's a fiddle song, I promise :D .

Song For Anna.  Originally done by one of the greatest ukulele players in the world -

Ohta San.

Tico Tico.  The only thing I know about this song is that it originated somewhere in

South America.

And, it's me, playing all the instruments :D .

Rhinestone Cowboy  A classic song originally done by Glen Campbell.

Lay Down Beside Me. Originally done by Don Williams.

This is Ramblin Man.  Originally done by the Allman Brothers.

It's that Orange Blossom Special, comin' down that railroad track :D .

Another great song, originally made popular by Johnny Cash.  This is my tip of the hat to one of the greats.

Johnny B. Goode.  This is Classic Rock And Roll, originally done by Chuck Berry.  This one was taken on a Samsung phone :O .

City Of New Orleans.  One of the all time great train songs.

    Sleepwalk on my Koa lap steel.

Please Come To Boston.  Originally done by Dave Loggins way back when :) .

An old traditional Hawaiian song, originally done by the great Gabby Pahinui.  Today you get me :D .

Fire And Rain.  Classic folk music from the 60s.

 Classical Gas, just me and my guitar.

This is one of my original instrumentals.

Classical Guitar and ukulele duel.

The Glendale Train, with some five string banjo. 


An old favorite, originally done by my favorite country singer, Merle Haggard

    Arthur Lyman did this one on his vibraphone back in the 1950s, one of the most beautiful sounds I ever heard.

This is Shenandoah on the harmonica.

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