Accomplished musician David Lee is set to make his Black Box Songwriter’s Concert Series debut 6:30 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater, 100 N. Charles Street.
David Lee is a Wichita Falls native and third-generation musician. After spending more than 20 years as a staff writer in Nashville writing hits for other country artists, Lee returned to Texas. He traveled with his band, The Jose Armadillo Road Show, performed solo shows and wrote and recorded his own songs in the Texas Hill Country.
You’ve heard Lee’s songwriting as recorded by chart-topping and Grammy nominated artists such as “Now You See Me Now You Don’t” (Lee Ann Womack), “I Need You” (Tim McGraw and Faith Hill), “Letters From Home” (John Michael Montgomery), and “I Wasn’t Through Lovin’ You Yet” (Alabama).
The Black Box Songwriter Concert Series is produced by the City of Lewisville and features performing singer/songwriters in an intimate, listening room setting. This series, now in its third season, draws great reviews and has attracted artists that include Susan Gibson (“Wide Open Spaces” Dixie Chicks), Walt Wilkins (“Trains I Missed”), Ricky Skaggs (“Seven Hillsides”), Ronny Cox and numerous Kerrville Folk Festival finalists.