Rodney Lee

Rodney Lee

Biography

Rodney Lee is a keyboard player, producer, and recording artist living
in Los Angeles. He has made a name for himself in L.A. circles as a
remarkably versatile player. He is equally at home in jazz, R&B, funk,
pop, and electronica. Rodney’s sound is honed from years of work on
the road and in the studio with diverse artists such as Anastacia,
Jody Watley, Mindi Abair, Chante Moore, El DeBarge, Dakota
Moon, Chris Standring, Terence Trent D’Arby, The Solsonics,
The B-Sharp Jazz Quartet, Freddie Hubbard, the Jazz Crusaders,
Sheila E., Patti Austin, Michael Bolton, Larry Graham, Michael
McDonald, and Jeffrey Osbourne.
Currently, Rodney can be seen on tour with Mindi Abair and the
Boneshakers, as musical director for the Dave Koz and Friends
at Sea Cruises, or performing with one of his latest solo projects:
Alien Chatter is a unique blend of Jazz and Asian Underground,
and The Satellite Orchestra is a cinematic journey into jazz-tronica
with Lee navigating from a Fender Rhodes electric piano.