If you frequented places such as The Maples, Le Moustache and Deja-Vu in Montreal in the 1970’s, chances are; you heard Nancy Lee sing.
Nancy put her music on hold to work and raise a family. Now – in her sixties, Nancy is back with some of the best songs ever written in English Quebec.
It begs the question; why isn’t this lady a superstar? Please listen below to my chat with Nancy and hear some great tunes!
Tony Costantini (keys), Adrien Girouard (bass), Donny Brisebois (electric guitar), John McColgan (drums), Larry Dillon (recording engineer and mandolin), Ray Legere (fiddle), Anh Phung (flute), B.J.Cole (pedal steel), Stuart MacKenzie (backing vocals), Nicole Poissant (backing vocals), Bartrum (Mixing engineer), Gwyn Mathias (mixing and Mastering Engineer). Co produced by myself and Tony Costantini and additional production by Bartrum & Gwyn Mathias.