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Lee Boos Project
Gettin outta Dodge
Today #42 in Alternative
Edge of the Mountains
Today #17 in Christian Rock subgenre
Climb That Ladder
The Lindbergh Cruise
Today #26 in Rock General subgenre
Diggin for gold (in a coal mine)
Today #17 in Progressive Rock subgenre
12 songs
40,217 plays
3 Number 1
36 Top 10
180 Tracks
Cape Coral, Florida  USA
January 17, 2019
40,217 plays
Hans Boos RIP 1966-2019 I moved songs my brother Hans and I wrote to a separate song page. I will be adding more. If anyone wants to hear a cool vocalist, killer drummer and bass player go visit assortedpeople. Thanks. Lee Boos Project I am a 63 year old musician/songwriter, collectively writing progressive, alternative, soft and southern rock songs for at least 45 years. Between my Brother Hans and I we have written close to 300 songs. Hans recently passed away but he seems to show up in the form of some of the drum and bass styles that I have written into my latest songs. Thanks Hans, I miss you. RIP. Besides music, I am an avid golfer holding a 3 hdc. I work in the pro shop at Coral Oaks golf club in Cape Coral, Florida. I am currently semi- retired. Whoever visits, I hope you will enjoy my music. Here is a little more background. I dropped out of music for a bit in order to re group and become inspired by life and family. But let the truth be known, my Brother Hans has been the driving force in my rekindling the flame and fire in my belly. We went about 2 to 3 years without any means to record songs until recently. Hans built a new home studio. As I sampled his music the fire grew in me and I too, put together another home studio. I have gone the DAW, digital audio workstation, interface and midi. Hans had continued with a 32 track digital console up until he passed away. Both studios seemed to produce beautiful music. More about Lee and Hans P.S. my brother Hans wrote this upcoming part of the Bio back in 2006 when we joined soundclick. He was a funny guy and always acted like the younger brother that he was. so I'm not going to edit this much! Lee Sommers(Name de la stage)has been playing guitar since right about when they invented it... We think he played the first "rock" guitar - in that it was built out of stone. Hans Von Bous(name de la bullshitta es la staga)Has been playing several instruments for many years. For years they have played music together and have written hundreds of songs. They would sometimes be the entertainment at family get togethers, etc... Lee being the elder brother had musical experience first and was an inspiration to his younger brother, Hans. Lee played in a band called Mountain Ash and jammed guitar at home sometimes, playing the acoustic and singing John Denver and such. Hans joined in with harmonies and started playing drums on a banjo skin. Later the kit grew to paint cans, bass drums, snares, and other household percussion objects. Lee's guitar playing talent progressed along with the piano and Hans picked up other instruments along the way, Bass and drums Later on became quit the guitarist as well. They both put together what they could eventually both contributing renditions of several instruments, voicings, styles, etc... Favorite spot? N.Y.C. however they live in sw. Florida now. 1997-2019 SoundClick Inc.
Band/artist history
Lee played in a band called Mountain Ash and jammed guitar at home sometimes, playing the acoustic and singing John Denver and such.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
Many times, Played in a band called mountain ash in the late 70's/80's
Your musical influences
Our influences? Lee's first infuence was country rock and John Denver. Then moved on to Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, and rush. As for Hans he was greatly infuenced by Led Zepplin, ala John Bonham and Rush ala Neil Piert.
What equipment do you use?
Reason 10.4 daw software, an Akai 25 and M-Audio 49 key midi keyboard/ controller, berringer umc22 interface 2 extra monitors. Gibson les paul and an ibenez acoustic
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Musician/songwriter Born in England, grew up in N.Y. and now live in Florida. ENJOY!