Thanks to all the sponsors at the Mower County Fair in Austin, MN
especially Midwest Diesel
Friday, June 21st at
the 'Back to 50's' Car Show at the MN State Fairgrounds.
Fun night at the KATO
Ballroom in Mankato, MN when "Sonny Bryant" of the "Platters"
came on stage for a couple of the 'Platters songs' on October 12, 2012.
New shirts are ready
Order now...or ask at shows
Congratulations to my bass player Tim
on being inducted into the
Iowa Rock'n Roll Hall of Fame 2011
Sunday, September 4th at Arnold's Park, Iowa
IRRMA Historical deck of playing cards featuring 54 unique photos about
Iowa Rock'n Roll music and musicians from the museum.
2010 IRRMA Hall of Fame Spectacular induction weekend
Richie should be very proud to be the
first recipient of "The Spirit
being presented to him on
Labor Day Weekend!
here for info.
Induction Weekend flyer
Check a few new video's uploaded on
from the last tour...
I would like to thank all
my loyal fans, new friends that we have made this year
and to all the
venues for the bookings throughout this year and to an even better 2009!
Prince of Rock`n Roll
Lee is one of the characters in the book "Murder In Okoboji"
In Okoboji is available at many retailers including Barnes and
Noble, or on-line at
by Peter Davidson and Beverly Peterson
Johnny Cash's original guitar is on display at the IRRMA museum.
Richie was asked to play it Labor Day weekend
he played "Burning Ring of Fire"
by himself on stage during the concert of the 10 inductee bands.
Watch for more details on
Richie Lee playing with
Mario Ramirez; Ritchie Valens, younger brother at IRRMA
and his Backyard Blues Band from California, Labor Day weekend.
Richie was driven up to the stage in this 1957 Chevy
compliments of Doug & Roberta See for the Grinnell, IA
Happy Days Street Dance & KATO Ballroom
We have CD's and T-shirts
for sale at the shows.
You can now order this CD by sending an e-mail for payment.
Roll...the way it was meant to be!
the way in bringing dignity and respect back to
Rock 'n Roll
- Richie Lee from Des Moines, Iowa.
- When Richie first heard
Buddy Holly's music, he was instantly inspired
at the age of 7!
- For Lee, it is a dream
- "I really like the
style of music. And it's fun to
- Richie Lee is
adamant that Holly's music "not fade
" I want to bring back this
sound for kids so it's not forgotten.
I want them to
hear what real rock music sounds
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