Playing guitar recreationally in his teens, it wasn't until he moved from Virginia to Los Angeles for screenwriting that Lee fell in love with the art of songwriting. Lee joined the group that later would be the hard rock band OBLIQUE and cut his teeth in the Los Angeles music scene playing venues such as the Whisky A-Go-Go and The Viper Room. After the band decided to go their separate ways, Lee went into the studio and began recording his debut album All in Good Time. Ranging from the folk duet "The Acrobat", to the rock ballad "Brook Lang", the Doors influenced "Hey", to the ethereal sounds of "Hope," All in Good Time showcases the diversity of Lee's writing skills while retaining a unified sound. With influences as broad as Tool, Robert Plant & Allison Krauss, and Muddy Waters, Lee combines the dark and soulful into his own style of alternative rock.