Legendary guitar player Albert Lee will be performing at the Camden Music Festival on August 23rd! He will be performing with Cindy Cashdollar.

Albert Lee is known for his fingerstyle and hybrid picking technique. Lee has worked, both in the studio and on tour, with many famous musicians from a wide range of genres.

His partial band listing includes the following:

Chris Farlowe And The Thunderbirds

The Crickets

Country Fever

Green Bullfrog

Heads Hands & Feet

Emmylou Harris and The Hot Band

Hogan's Heroes (guitar and vocals)

Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings

Biffbaby's All Stars, featuring: Albert Lee, Eddie Van Halen, Steve Morse, and Steve Lukather. In association with Ernie Ball products


Solo albums:

Albert Lee — Black Claw/Country Fever

Poet And The One Man Band — Poet And The One Man Band LP(actually Heads Hands & Feet) (1969)

Heads Hands & Feet — Heads, Hands & Feet LP(1971)

Heads Hands & Feet — Tracks LP(1972)

Heads Hands & Feet — Let's Get This Show On The Road!

Heads Hands & Feet — Jack Daniels Rare Old No.7

Heads Hands & Feet — Old Soldiers Never Die LP(1973)

Heads Hands & Feet — Home From Home - The Missing Album LP(1968; unissued until 1995)

1979 - Albert Lee — Hiding

1982 - Albert Lee — Albert Lee

Albert Lee — Speechless

Albert Lee — Country Guitar Man (Re-release of "Old Soldiers Never Die" by Heads Hands & Feet)

Albert Lee — Gagged But Not Bound

1982 - Albert Lee — Real Wild Child(It's the very same omonimus (eponymous?) 1972's album, with a different track list order and an additional song - "Ain't Got No Reason").

Albert Lee — That's All Right Mama

Albert Lee — Heartbreak Hill

Albert Lee — Road Runner

Albert Lee — Advanced Country Guitar (DVD)

Albert Lee — Master Session (DVD)

Albert Lee — Country Legend (DVD)

Albert Lee — Highlights (DVD)

Albert Lee — Guitar Heroes (DVD)

Albert Lee — Country Boy (DVD)

Albert Lee — Guitar Techniques (DVD)

Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — In Full Flight!

Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — Tear It Up

Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — In Between The Cracks

Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — Live In Paris (DVD)

Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — Like This

Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — Live at the Stazione Birra – Rome, 2009 (DVD)

Albert Lee — Tearing It Up, 2012 (AIX Blu-ray)

Featured appearances (partial listing)[edit]

Bo Diddley — The London Bo Diddley Sessions

Jerry Lee Lewis — The London Sessions

Eddie Harris — E.H. in the U.K. (Atlantic, 1973)

Emmylou Harris — Luxury Liner, The Ballad of Sally Rose, Blue Kentucky Girl, Roses in the Snow, Evangeline (Guitars, Mandolin)

Eric Clapton — Just One Night, Another Ticket, Money and Cigarettes

John Prine — The Missing Years (Guitar, Mandolin, Piano)

Rosanne Cash - Seven Year Ache

Jon Lord — Gemini Suite

Earl Scruggs — Earl Scruggs and Friends

Paul Kennerley — The Legend of Jesse James (Guitars, Vocals, Mandolin)

The Crickets — Long Way From Lubbock, The Crickets and Their Buddies

Joe Cocker — Sting Ray

Nicolette Larson — The Very Best Of Nicolette Larson

Rodney Crowell — The Essential Rodney Crowell

Dolly Parton - White Limozeen

The Return Of Spinal Tap — DVD (As himself, playing on "Break Like The Wind")

John 5 — Death Valley

Carlene Carter — I Fell in Love

Foster and Lloyd — Version of the Truth

Nanci Griffith — I Knew Love

Hugh Moffatt — Dance Me Outside

Shakin Stevens — Hot Dog

Everly Brothers— Reunion Concert (Guitars, Piano, Musical Director)

Don Everly — Sunset Towers

The Refreshments (Swedish band) — Cover of Chuck Berry's "Let It Rock"

Dave Edmunds — "Sweet Little Lisa"

Marcel Dadi — Nashville Rendez-vous

Bert Jansch — Heartbreak

Jerry Scheff — Fire Down Below

Brad Paisley — Play

Jackson Browne — Under The Falling Sky

Herbie Mann -Reggae

Jean-Pierre Danel — "Tulsa Time"

Arlen Roth -Toolin' Around

Steve Morse -The Introduction (lead guitar in "General Lee") and Stand Up (vocals and guitar in "Rockin' guitars")

The Geoff Everett Band - The Quick And The Dead (2012)"

Thanks to Bob Fleming for the tip!

Other acts at the festival include The Weight, The Alexis P. Suter Band, Brendan Mcdonough's Band, and The Moss Back Mule Band.