"Lee has been my friend for 25 years. He penned my first two singles. Like me, he has eclectic tastes and a restless nature, searching for the next inspiration. He writes from the soul, and you hear it in his songs."

- Kathy Mattea
Grammy award-winning recording artist


"Lee Domann is a wonderful troubadour. In his '60s-themed musical, Down to Monterey, he awakened my senses and brought back memories I had not visited in decades. He takes us back to those phenomenal years with a great mix of songs, guitar, stories and character acting."

- Barry Tashian
Founder of The Remains, opening band for the Beatles 1966 U.S. tour.



Lee Domann is a songwriter, storyteller, and modern-day troubadour. His style is reminiscent of Garrison Keillor, of public radio's 'A Prairie Home Companion.' He has been called, 'Garrison with Guitar'. He has recorded seven solo albums in his 25 year career. His songs have been recorded by a variety of artists, including Kathy Mattea, Riders in the Sky, Mark Lowry, and John Allan Cameron. His music is eclectic, embracing the roots of Celtic, folk, gospel, country and he plays in a variety of settings and regions:



Lee was born and raised in Kansas, spent 27 years in Nashville, TN, and now resides in Summerville, South Carolina. Please contact him directly for bookings.