Winnipeg, Manitoba-based, Russell Lee, has been a busy man since we last heard from him for his single Picture, back in March.
“What’s meant to be…would be so damn nice…”
—Russell Lee, Meant To Be
Since then, the Canadian country/rock artist has played the main stage at Canada’s longest running country music festival, Dauphin Countryfest; as well as being nominated for six awards at this year’s Manitoba Country Music Awards, including: Male Artist Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Emerging Artist Award, Music Video Of The Year, Single Of The Year, and Fan’s Choice.
Still with his talented crew, which includes: Tom Koroluk (keys, back-up vocals), Curtis Chrusch (bass, back-up vocals), Owen Price (lead guitar), Vito Destafano (lead guitar), and Brett Koroluk (drums), the creative bunch have recently released a new single, Meant To Be. An uptempo, country-rock tale of nostalgic desire, with a strong, 90s-like Alabama-esque quality at its core, Lee’s new song is uncomplicated and endearing.
Alabama with a touch of Randy Travis.
BELOW, you can listen to Russell Lee ‘s single, Meant To Be, and connect with his website and social media platforms. Please support Russell Lee by visiting him online, and playing, downloading, and/or purchasing his music. And, as always, thank you for supporting real music!