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Lee Geringer

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Lee Geringer
Lee Geringer Bio:

Colorado native Lee Geringer is a talented country singer/songwriter whose love for music began at a young age when Lee would put together musicals and talent shows.

Lee's musical influences include George Strait, Merle Haggard, Dean Dillon, Conway Twitty and Chris LeDoux. Lee enjoys the outdoors and loves being in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Lee’s favorite song is “That’s My Job” recorded by Conway Twitty. Lee’s favorite singers are George Strait, Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty and Waylon Jennings.

Some of Lee’s career highlights include singing the National Anthem at various rodeos and events, performing for local politicians and local little league games. Lee has won many talent contests he has entered. Just recently in Nashville, Tennessee, Lee was in a three-way tie for first place at the Ambassador Charlie Ray’s Music Festival in May of 2004.
Lee goals are to express his views of life through his pure honest music that comes from his heart, not only with his values but his determination.


"A good friend" » Country Traditional 3 Comments - Rate it! - Add to favorites!
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This is a song about a good friend of mine who died at a very young age (21). It tells a story of how I knew him and what he was like as a person. Each one of us has lost someone very special to us. Anyone who hears this song can place the person theyve lost and build their own picture of how that person was. It is never easy losing a love one, but words do heal.

   

"Where did that doe go?" » Country Traditional 0 Comments - Rate it! - Add to favorites!
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I was working for a construction company based out of Colorado. We were doing a job in Dulce, New Mexico. I was sitting in a 50-ton rock truck waiting to be loaded with material when I looked across the trees on a snowy day. There was a doe that went across the trees and then disappeared into the forest and that his how this song came about. Where did that doe go?