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Lee Fugal

THE MUSIC AND COMEDY OF LEE FUGAL Whether it’s a kickin’ chorus of “Johnny B. Goode” on his electrified Baseball Bat Guitar or a studio quality piano love song from “Phantom of the Opera”, the Music and Comedy of Lee Fugal is sure to be a hit with your group. Lee also tells about and demonstrates the “10-fingered fireworks” of the stride-bass jazz pianists of the 1920’s and 30’s such as Willie ‘The Lion’ Smith and Fats Waller. His engineering training (Lee has a Masters in Physics) has helped him invent some very unusual musical instruments—all played expertly—that will amaze and please young and old alike. Lee entertains on cruise ships, festivals and fairs around the country. His performance credits also include three years at Disneyland, four years as a special events entertainer at Knott’s, national television, and several performance tours of Europe and Asia. With studios both in Utah and in San Diego, Lee has been a favorite for audiences throughout the Western United States for some time. He holds somewhat of a record af performing at the Utah State Fair for 15 consecutive years. Please check his website at www.LeeFugal.Com For comments from communities, corporations, fairs, theme parks, and others both in Utah and throughout the West.

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  1. Lee, more than 50 years ago, we were touring, a “family night to remember” with the Salt Flats, Terry Sisters. you and my Mom and Dad Verlo and Joyce, the Ottley family, Ron Simpson. Time Fly’s.
    I have been living in Costa Rica for the past 20 years. Older Brother Gordon moved down 3 years ago. He kept playing music, opera, Theater, and Piano bars/restaurants throughout his life, and an other

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    • Gale, please contact the artist directly at:
      Thanks, Now Playing Utah


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