Lee Gantt Live Music at Moeller Brew Barn | A Benefit Concert for Pink Ribbon Girls
July 3, 2020 • 7 - 10PM
Moeller Brew Barn Troy
214 West Main Street | TROY, OH 45373
Lee Gantt will be playing live in the Moeller Brew Barn Beer Garden on Friday, July 3rd from 7-10pm. Plan to kick off your 4th of July weekend by joining us for this benefit concert for Pink Ribbon Girls.
Pink Ribbon Girls’ mission is to provide personalized support and services to breast and gynecological cancer patients throughout all stages of their journey.
Born and raised in the heart of the Midwest Lee Gantt is a singer/songwriter from Columbus, OH. Growing up just 10 miles from one of the largest universities in the country Lee cut his teeth playing in clubs while attending college at The Ohio State University. The unique blend of old-style country lyrics and new school country melodies are hallmarks of the Lee Gantt sound. Gritty, heartfelt lyrics with powerful driving melodies help to fortify the deep connection Lee has with his fans.
Lee developed his style from a variety of influences including Jason Aldean, Garth Brooks, Eric Church, and Conway Twitty but primarily credits Kenny Chesney for inspiring him to become the writer and performer he is today. “The Way Kenny can tell a story and describe a scene you can almost close your eyes and imagine yourself there in that moment,” says Gantt. Chesney inspired him to become a writer and performer who cannot only invoke emotion but help the listener to cope with the harsh realities of life, love, and coming of age.
For the past 7 years, Lee has been touring across the country performing in over 25 states and opening for some of the biggest names in country music such as Chris Young, Dustin Lynch, Thompson Square, Phil Vassar, Love and Theft, Neal Mccoy, Colt Ford, Easton Corbin and many more!
Lee is also a regular member of the Nashville writing community and splits time between Columbus and Nashville. Lee has garnered the reputation of being one of the most devoted and hard working independent artists in the business playing nearly 150 shows per year and tirelessly working to build his already strong fan base of “Gantt Bandits” Across the country.