Albert Lee is one of the most respected and renowned guitarists in music history, having worked with the Everly Brothers, Eric Clapton, Emmylou Harris, and The Crickets over his long and illustrious career. The British-born country-rock artist started his career during the emerging rock 'n' roll scene of sixties London, when he swapped bands with the likes of Jimmy Page and Chris Farlowe.
“The ultimate virtuoso. His skill is extraordinary, his ear is extraordinary and he’s gifted on just about every level.”
- Eric Clapton
After moving to the U.S. and assimilating himself into the country music scene, Albert quickly garnered a reputation as one of the fastest guitar players in the business. He recorded a number of solo albums, and won a GRAMMY in 2002 for his contribution on 'Foggy Mountain Breakdown'. He continues to tour today, and plays his signature Ernie Ball Music Man Guitar.
“A brilliant guitar player. His sound is unmistakable - often emulated, never equalled.”
- Emmylou Harris
The health and safety of our patrons, performers, staff, and volunteers is our top priority. The Museum has updated its COVID-19 safety protocols for all concerts taking place at the Museum of Making Music.
Effective immediately, concert attendees will need to do one of the following:
Additional safety measures: