Clint Lee is a multi-instrumentalist and writer/producer from Sharon, Massachusetts. Growing up, he always had a passion for music and sound, playing his mother’s old guitar so poorly and loudly that she caved and found a guitar instructor at the age of eight. Soon after, at age twelve, he started learning piano, and singing in his school choir, singing in the select choir, a cappella club, and Southeastern Massachusetts Districts choir. He was also the frontman of a rock band in his high school years, recording his first EP at age 16. After high school, he went on to spend some time at Berklee, receiving training in voice, writing and production. Since then he has spent time writing and producing his own material. He also spent two years as the bass section leader (and sometimes guitar sub) in the Hancock UCC Chancel Choir in Lexington, Mass, and is now enjoying teaching the new generation of musicians.
Birthday: October 19th
Schools Attended: Berklee College of Music
Instruments You Teach: Guitar, Piano, Voice, Bass, Drums
Favorite Music to Perform: Rock and RnB/Soul
Favorite Music to Listen to: Anything with a groove
Something Most People Don’t Know About you: I go to Western Mass every other winter to tap maple syrup with my family.
Other hobbies & interests: Cooking, Nature, Biking, and Thrift Shopping.
Where you were born & grew up: Born in Boston, raised in Sharon, Massachusetts.
Heroes: David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, Jimi Hendrix, Donald Glover
Practice Tips: Slow it down and be mindful of your posture and form. 15 minutes of quality practice is better than an hour of playing sloppily.