Producer Jay Joyce, known for his work with Eric Church, Emmylou Harris and Patty Griffin, has collaborated with Amos Lee on a new project in Nashville. Lee is the first artist to record in the new studio Joyce built in a church in East Nashville.
Amos’ previous album, Mission Bell, debuted atop the Billboard Top 200 charts upon its release in 2011. The album also spawned the hit “Windows Are Rolled Down.” The Philadelphia-born singer-songwriter also collaborated with Zac Brown Band on “Day That I Die,” from the group’s Uncaged album.
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