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Richard Lee, popularly known as Ric Lee, is an English drummer.
He was born on October 20, 1945. His birthplace was Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England.
He was the founding member of The Falcons, his first band. He also played drums for Ricky Storm and The Mansfield but left the band in August 1965.
The estimated net worth of Ric Lee is $1-5 million.
The annual income of Ric Lee is currently not known.
Ric Lee is 5 ft 5 in (167 cm) tall.
Ric Lee was born on October 20, 1945. He is currently 76 years old and will turn 77 in October 2022.
Ric Lee was born in 1945 in Mansfield, England. His real name is Richard Lee. Information regarding his childhood and university education is unavailable.
Richard's family and relationship status are not known. He has two children and lives in Derbyshire. Further information about his private and family life is not known.
Ric Lee played drums along with guitarist, Alvin Lee, and bassist, Leo Lyon, in The Jaybirds. They began in London, England, in 1966, where Chick Churchill, the keyboardist, joined their band. In 1968, their band auditioned under the name of The Blues Yard at the Marquee club in London. The Blues Yard then became the successful endeavor, Ten Years After. The band includes seminal figures like Bob Hall, the pianist. Lee played with the same group at rock festivals, including the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970 and Woodstock in 1969. They also appeared at The Newport Jazz Festival and pop festivals in Texas, Miami, and Atlanta.
In 1976, when Ten Years After was disbanded, Lee formed a company undertaking music publishing and record production. He gradually became a record producer. He signed up for acts including the Incredible Kidda Band.
With an old friend, Lee formed The Breakers. Together with Ian Ellis, they wrote and produced 'MILAN', their first studio album, which was released in July 1995.
Lee formed the Ric Lee Blues Project in 2011. Bob Hall, Danny Handley, and Scott Whitley, who have worked with major acts, were featured in the band. Substantial airplay on European and Internet radio was given to the album. John Idan then joined the band on guitar and vocals.
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