LIVE: Amos Lee at Spreckels Theatre

Amos Lee strutted his way through Spreckels Theatre with band of sisters, SHEL, on Wednesday, Nov. 9.

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Amos Lee strutted through Spreckels Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 9.
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SHEL, composed of the four Holbrook sisters, opened the show.
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For Lee, it was a fully orchestrated affair.
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Originally from Philadelphia, Lee graduated from the University of South Carolina.
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He worked as a bartender and a schoolteacher before pursuing his career in music.
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Blue Note Records quickly picked him up after hearing a demo recording.
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Bassist and backing vocalist, Annie Clements.
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He has opened for some of the biggest names in modern musical history.
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Lee even performed at a voter registration rally for President Obama.
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Norah Jones invited him to open for her after hearing his demo recording.
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It just goes to show, you never know when the moment will strike.
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SHEL is a folk pop band from Fort Collins, Colorado.
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The band name comes from the first letters of each of their names: Sarah, Hannah, Eva and Liza.
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Much of their time is spent in Nashville, Tennessee.
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