Frisco Lee is a bilingual Montreal born-and-raised musician who’s been anchored in the underground music scene for almost a decade. Hailing from the suburbs and armed with a blues background, he began playing the bar circuits and hosting the Bar de Courcelle open mic, lending his talents to a slew of bands and unique songwriters. A couple of years ago, he began cultivating a widely-varied collection of self-penned songs in the style of old blues, country, folk, and jazz, striking a contemporary chord with indie and psychedelic stylings, and passionate about creating timeless sounds and relevant poetry. Frisco Lee is expected to release his first collection of songs as an EP, accompanying himself on acoustic guitar.
Montreal singer-songwriter Frisco Lee has left his mark on the bar music scene – including Grumpy’s, Honey Martin’s and Bar de Courcelle – since 2012. With his unique interpretation of Blues, Folk and Country, he accompanies himself on the guitar for sing his own compositions, halfway between Ray Charles and Bob Dylan.