Jenny Lee

Jenny Lee

Jenny Lee performing with Vernon McIntyre's Appalachian Grass in 2018. Photo by Ron Rack.

Jenny Lee performing with Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass in 2018. Photo by Ron Rack.

Jenny Lee was born in Ft. Thomas, KY and has lived in Northern Kentucky for most of her life. She was surrounded by all kinds of music growing up, but it wasn’t until seeing a KET special on Bill Monroe that she wanted to explore bluegrass. She learned to read music at age 9, studied Irish folk music in Ireland, and eventually returned to learn classical guitar and bluegrass guitar. Jenny has been involved with music in some form since she was a child and is currently learning the mandolin. Her musical heroes are the Osborne Brothers, Ella Fitzgerald, Otis Redding, Paul Williams, Jimmy Martin, Ronnie McCoury, Tony Rice, and The Country Gentlemen.

Jenny performed on the Appalachian Opry in Wapakoneta, OH for many years, singing as well as participating in improvised comedy skits. She joined the Appalachian Grass in 2018 and is currently working on recording her first CD. When not playing music, she’s busy working in the Accounting department of a large Cincinnati law firm.

Jenny Lee performing with Vernon McIntyre's Appalachian Grass in 2018. Photo by Ron Rack.

Jenny Lee performing with Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass in 2018. Photo by Ron Rack.

Jenny Lee

Jenny Lee at Famous Old Time Music Company’s Appalachian Opry in Wapakoneta, OH.