Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Aissa (AJ) Lee and the Tuttles Perform "Sugar Moon"

Mother Jones Magazine asked, "Could This Kid Be the Next Alison Krauss?"

Below, you may view AJ and the Tuttles  performing "Sugar Moon"  at the Freight & Salvage Coffehouse in Berkeley, CA, this past January.

AJ has been voted the best female vocalist by the Northern California Bluegrass Society (NCBS) for four of the past five years. Molly Tuttle won that honor in 2012. Jack Tuttle, Molly's father, received this year a Lifetime Achievement Award from NCBS.

AJ is in the process of producing her first EP. She has a producer, engineer and musicians all ready to go, but she needs our help. If you would like to support the project go to her website: aissalee.com. You will receive a VIP password with a donation of $10 or more. It will not only allow you to follow her progress in the endeavor, you will receive a signed copy of the CD upon it's completion.

To read more about AJ and the Tuttles click here.

I first posted a video of AJ performing four years ago when she was only 12. Click here to check it out.

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