When you see Ricky Lee Live it's hard not to get caught up in the excitement the show creates. Ricky is a high energy Country Entertainer that immediately captures your attention. He keeps you clapping your hands, stomping your feet, waving your flag and standing shouting out your love of Country and those who defend it. It all started when Ricky was a young boy that loved music. He got his first guitar at the age of 8 years old and began teaching himself how to play. He learned to play a Three Dog Night song "Joy to the World". He then gathered his family around him and performed his first three-minute show. He often dreamed of playing his music with his band before thousands of his fans. As he grew he developed voice and entertainment style in his hometown performing in local clubs long before he was of age. He sang with several local bands enjoying the moment but never loosing site of his dream. In 2004, he played his hometown with his band playing music he wrote to 3,000 screaming Ricky Lee Fans. He has written 300 songs and recorded 42 of them. Recently he went to Nashville, TN and recorded his first full length CD titled "Genuine". He has entertained thousands of fans across the country in the last few years. He sang for 11,000 at Ft. Carson Colorado on the 4th of July 2005. A song written in tribute to our female soldiers is his first release off of his album ("She's An American Soldier"). The soldiers at Ft. Carson heard it first and endorsed this song with a standing ovation. The director of entertainment at the base said his show was as good as Tim McGraw's who played the 4th the year before. Recently, Ricky sang to the future of America at Elementary Schools across Pennsylvania. He speaks to these kids about following their dreams and makes them a reality just as he is doing. Stay true to yourself, set goals and enjoy life as it comes. These children are our future, encouraging them to accomplish great things is our responsibility.