Artist Wyman Lee
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JERSEYVILLE, IL – Wyman Lee
Wyman began playing guitar at the age of fourteen. His primary interest have been country and gospel music During this time Wyman worked with a variety of local groups helping him to develop his musical style.
At the age of 20, Wyman joined the Army and during that time Wyman once again worked with several groups thus further developing his style, and allowing him to perform far diverse audiences through the U.S. and Europe.
In 1989 released the single Jim Beam. Jack Daniels and Me on the Crossroads Records Label. The single enjoyed a sixteen week stay on the charts reaching number 53. The song also went of number 100 on the American Hot 150 chart topping off at number 100 which includes a mix of independent and major label artists.
During this time Wyman appeared in the movie “White Palace” and was made a regular on the Nashville TN. based Tennessee Hayride.
In July 2008, Wyman signed on as a staff writer with NCA publishing in Nashville and several of his tunes are being shopped to major label artists for possible recording. NCA’s writers have worked with more than 50 of the industry’s top artists. These artist include such greats as George Jones, Waylon Jennings, George Strait, and Tim McGraw.
During 2009 and 2010 Wyman appeared at the Branson Mall Theater with fans of the show such as Sons of the Pioneers, The Comets, Mary Lou Turner, and Lee Greenwood.
In April 2011 Wyman signed with Tate Music Group in Oklahoma City and completed his new project titled Wyman Lee From the Heart. Currently it is receiving airplay in Germany, Australia, and New Zealand.
His show includes classic country, older rock ‘n’ roll, as well as cuts from his new album From the Heart. Wyman and band are looking forward to promoting the CD and interacting with his fans.
His music can be found at Amazon and iTunes AND AT The Tate Publishing web site