Gunfighters & Trail Riders
Lee Alexander is Arizona's most versatile Country and Cowboy Western singer/songwriter. As a vocalist, his range, projection and breath control are unmatched in the genre. Lee's rich, full voice, versatile playing style, and ability to perform literally hundreds of songs from memory, has earned him the respect of his peers and the admiration of his fans. Although Lee has performed for audiences from all over the world, he still calls Arizona home. In Arizona, Lee is a favorite at local Southwestern-themed restaurants and western-themed venues, including the Mammoth Steakhouse and Saloon in Goldfield Ghost Town, Rawhide Western town & Steakhouse and Apacheland Movie Ranch. Lee joins the rugged spirit of the Old West to the excitement of the New to form an exciting, entertaining vocal and musical presentation. Lee has played and sung Country and Cowboy Western music for nearly 20 years, and has worked with some of the finest artists in both genres. He has performed with Glen Campbell, Tanya Tucker, Buck Owens, Alabama, Rex Allen Jr., Johnny Western and many others. Lee's song "Justice" was written as the title track for an upcoming western movie by Producer Randy Roberts, and he occasionally performs with Hollywood actor/singer Mike Moroff at western festivals around the country. In 2007, Lee was the opening act for Country Superstar Phil Vassar.