Live at Lee Street

LIVE @ Lee Street

Lee Street’s Concert Series

Live At Lee Street brings some of the best regional and national level musicians & performers that are working today.  Lee Street theatre is proud to offer high-quality artists AND experiences with a full theatrical lighting system and state of the art live sound equipment.  Live At Lee Street offers shows as intimate as singer/songwriters and as large as full five-piece rock acts.


Ellis Dyson and the Shambles

May 25, 2019
Tickets: $22.90
Doors open at 6:30pm
Show Starts at 7:30pm

Ellis Dyson & the Shambles expertly blends old-time influences ranging from Piedmont murder ballads to traditional jazz. The result: whiskey-soaked, foot-stompin’ songs that bring party music of departed eras to crowds both young and old. The Shambles have made waves with their theatrical and explosive live shows and masterful musicianship that electrifies every audience. Bursting with exuberance and effortless expertise, this playfully hootin’ and hollerin’ act is guaranteed to bring the ruckus. The group consists of Ellis Dyson (Banjo, Vocals), Eli Wittmann (Acoustic Guitar), Jonathan Ng (Fiddle), Adam Maloney (Upright Bass), Danny Abrams (Soprano/Alto/Baritone Saxophones, Vocals), and Danny Grewen (Trombone, Vocals).

The Famous Brothers

June 29, 2019
Tickets: $22.90
Doors open at 6:30pm
Show Starts at 7:30pm


Who are The Famous Brothers?  Best answer: classic bluegrass harmony with an original comic twist.

The story is that The Famous Brothers hail from the hardscrabble mining town of Monkey’s Crevice, West Virginia.  That’s where they created a unique three-part harmony style and wrote their most memorable songs, such as “Armageddon Ready for the Second Coming” and “I’ve Got Twenty Ways to Kill You With My Swiss Army Knife.”

The Chicago Tribune calls the Famous Brothers “exceptionally witty…such clever lyrics, tuneful ditties, splendid harmonies and so warm a demeanor, you can sense a great deal of audience pleasure.”

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