Michael Lee (keyboardist)

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Michael Lee (born 1975) is a keyboardist and composer in Los Angeles. He has worked as keyboardist programmer, and technical consultant for Apple's logic software and with Meredith Brooks, Melissa Etheridge, and David Foster. He has also worked with several Contemporary Christian music artists, including Michelle Tumes, Avalon, and BeBe Winans.

He received his B.A. in Music from Azusa Pacific University in 1997 and M.A. in Theology from Biola University in 2005. He attended Rio Mesa High School in Oxnard, California.

He has since been playing keyboard for Hidalgo (keyboards, vocals on ending credits song), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (live keyboards), the Late Show with David Letterman (live keyboards), The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (live keyboards), The Blockbuster Music Awards (house band, keyboards), The PRISM Awards (house band, keyboards), Last Call with Carson Daly (live keyboards), Canada AM (live keyboards), The Mike Bullard Show (live keyboards), VH1 Divas (house band, keyboards), The Dr. Phil Show (keyboards on season promo), She Spies (sideline keyboards), and Pantene Presents:Live from Central Park on MTV2 (live keyboards).

Lee is currently Assistant Professor of Music Technology at Azusa Pacific University. [1]

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  1. ^ Michael Lee Music: about me | Michael Lee Music; http://michaelleemusic.com/about-me/; retrieved 2013-08-18

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