• 2018 International Blues Challenge Solo/Duo finalist
  • 2018 Nominated “Best Solo Act”- Pinebelt Awards
  • 2017 International Blues Challenge Solo Finalist
  • 2017 Mississippi Music Awards Nominated
  • 2017 Solo Artist of Year Nominated- Pinebelt Awards
  • 2016 Acoustic Blues Album of Year Nominated- Indie Blues Awards
  • 2016 Album of Year Nominated- Pinebelt Awards
  • 2016 Top Album of Year - Dime Magazine
  • 2016 Top 10 Album - Southland Music Line
  • 2016 Top Act of Year - Jericho Road Show - Southland Music Line





Wes Lee has appeared solo in many festivals throughout the Southeast including The L.A. Songwriter's Festival, King of the Delta Blues Festival, The Juke Joint Festival, The Roots Reunion, Hubfest, The Jimmie Rodgers Festival, Robert Johnson Remembrance Festival, Natchez Bluff Blues Festival, and has performed for the Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour. Other times he has been accompanied by his band 'Blue Roux' at Bogalusa Blues & Heritage Festival, 59/20 Festival, Margaritafest, South Mississippi State Fair, Equinox Festival, among others. Wes and Blue Roux headlined the Stella Blues Festival in 2014. See the gallery for the beautiful poster.

Wes Lee has made his home in Mississippi since 1995. His musical career started on brass instruments in the genres of Jazz, Dixieland, Swing, Classical, and Funk but switched to guitar in 1997, to further embrace the Blues. He quickly became a strong Bluesman in the Southeast and has shared the stage with Tab Benoit, Tinsley Ellis, Kenny Neal, Sonny Landreth, John Mooney,  Greg 'Fingers' Taylor, Steve Forbert, Ruthie Foster, among others.

Wes has self produced 10 CDs of WesLeeMusic, beginning with Tone City(1998) and Anything But Wrong(1999), which are Electric Blues. His style and songwriting have evolved into a dynamic solo artist as shown on Live & Alone(2010), The Shack Sessions(2011). In 2012, the Six Pack of Soul was a full band tribute to the Memphis Sound, Wood & Steel (2013) was recorded at legendary Studio In The Country. 2015 sees the January release of Jericho Road Show- Times Ain't Like They Used To Be and in June, Blue Roux. 2017 brings Lucky 7, with 2 tracks recorded at Studio A at Fame Studio, Muscle Shoals, Al. 2018 brings the release of Sweet n’ Salty, I Done Told Ya, featuring Libby Rae Watson
Wes is a member of the Roots Music Association, Americana Music Association, and No Depression, all sources of strong acoustic and Country Blues. He is listed in the Who's who on CountryBlues.com. Wes has many international fans that find his music via website, iTunes, Internet Radio, YouTube, Reverbnation, and Facebook pages. Also, Wes has press in many publications including Mississippi Legends magazine, Blues Festival Guide magazine, Drawl magazine, Alabama Coast magazine, Signature magazine, The Hub magazine, The Hattiesburg American, and is a featured subject in a University of Southern Mississippi class called The Psychology of Music. Wes recently was a guest panelist for the Creative Mississippi Institute on the subject of Mississippi Creative Economy.  His song, Angel Eyes, was featured in an American Cancer Society Relay For Life campaign in the state of Mississippi, and Wes headlined a benefit for T-Bone Pruitt when the aging Bluesman lost his possessions in a house fire in 2010.