Greetings, everyone! As you may have noticed over the past few hours, I’ve been gradually working on getting the new layout up and running in honor of Lee and Jonna’s photos for the NoH8 Organization. There are still a few glitches that I’m working on as I come across them, but if you see anything that needs fixed as well, feel free to let me know below in the comments section.
Of course, I must touch upon the fact that this site has largely sat inactive for the past year. Due to some real life commitments and dilemmas, I haven’t had time to keep this site updated. Unfortunately, there’s a lot that needs to be updated, so it will take some time to get it all done.
I’ll be keeping everyone updated throughout the next few weeks as I work on updating everything. Until then, thanks for being loyal visitors!
From January 22 to January 26, Lee DeWyze will play shows in Colorado and Utah, as well as some special shows at Sundance Music Festival. Afterwards, from February 11 to February 20 – as well as an additional show on February 26 – Lee is heading out on a co-headlining tour with The Tragic Thrills. Each show will open with Lee performing his own brand of acoustic stomp. For the last few days of February, Lee hits the Northwestern United States, performing shows in California, Oregon and Washington.
As everyone can tell, the gallery has unfortunately fallen behind on getting updated. I’m planning on spending the next few weeks getting it updated, but here are some photos I’ve been meaning to add in the mean time.
Gallery > Concerts > New Constellations Tour > Headliners Music Hall (Louisville, KY)
Gallery > Concerts > The Evening Muse (Charlotte, NC)
Gallery > Concerts > Mohegan Sun Wolf Den (Uncasville, CT)
Gallery > Concerts > Lauderdale Live (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
Tonight, American Idol celebrated its 500th episode. In between commercial breaks, nine of the 12 Idol winners wished the show well, including season 9 champion Lee DeWyze! His segment starts at 1:14, but you can check out all of the clips below:
Check this awesome new article about Lee from THR.
The “American Idol” season nine winner’s tune featured in an episode of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” is included on the new soundtrack.
During the early days of The Walking Dead, Lee DeWyze had no interest in watching the popular zombie-studded AMC program. “Everyone was talking about it, but there were so many vampire and werewolf series, and they were all cheesy. They were all bad,” the season-nine champ opined to THR. “But then my wife had her appendix out, and we were sitting on the couch, and I said, ‘Let’s start watching it.’ And she said, ‘I don’t know; it’s scary.’ We hit play, and it became a marathon. We were obsessed. It became our favorite show.”
It wasn’t just the drama that interested DeWyze. “I thought the music was really good. A lot of it was this folkie kind of underground, darker music and I was really drawn to it.”
— Lee DeWyze (@LeeDeWyze) April 10, 2014
Hello, my dearest Lee DeWyze Net visitors.
If you visited the site in the past couple of hours, you’ve seen the building of the new layout that Lee DeWyze Net is sporting after nearly a year! However, if you’ve visited the site in the past couple of hours, you’ve also noticed that many of the old links that once worked – including much of the main navigation itself – is broken, or links to a 404 page.
I ask that you be patient with me, as I am essentially redesigning the entire site to make everything organized differently. Between my work and my school schedule, it may take a few days, but I can promise that the wait will be worth it. I have great things in store for the site, but as I operate alone, executing those ideas will take a bit longer than I want.
Republic Records have announced that they will be releasing “The Walking Dead AMC Original Soundtrack Vol. 2 (Season 4) EP” on CD and digitally on March 25th.
The new EP will feature five new and unreleased songs including Portugal. The Man’s “Heavy Games”, Sharon Van Etten’s “Serpents (Basement),” Lee DeWyze’s “Blackbird Song,” A.C. Newman’s “Be Not So Fearful” and Ben Nichols’ “This Old Death”.
“The Walking Dead” made an impressive return on AMC when its February 9th fourth season mid-season premiere drew 15.8 million viewers and was the no. 1 show among adults 18-49 with 10.4 million viewers.
1. Portugal. The Man “Heavy Games”
2. Sharon Van Etten “Serpents (Basement)”
3. Lee DeWyze “Blackbird Song”
4. A.C. Newman “Be Not So Fearful”
5. Ben Nichols “This Old Death”