New at Noon – Eric Lee “Same Dirt Road”

“Same Dirt Road” is the standout debut single from songwriter and recording artist Eric Lee. Inspired by the idea that we’re all connected, no matter where we grow up and what “road” we walk, Lee both co-wrote and produced the song, which was mixed by Vance Powell (Chris Stapleton, Jack White) and mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Pete Lyman.

Released November 6, “Same Dirt Road” has been added to five Spotify editorial playlists, including New Boots, Wild Country, Next From Nashville (Top 5), New Music Nashville, and Fresh Finds Country (No. 4). With a breezy, effortless contemporary sound that showcases Lee’s expressive vocals, “Same Dirt Road” is a strong introduction from an engaging new artist.

Raised in South Florida, Eric Lee grew up with eclectic tastes in music. With wide-ranging influences — from Dwight Yoakam, Bob Dylan, Eagles, and Dolly Parton — he brings a modern style to vocally driven songs with heart and soul. Lee has also had success as a producer and co-writer, licensing music for TV, film, and ads. In 2018, he produced and co-wrote the song “Stronger Than I’ve Ever Been,” performed by Kaleena Zanders, which was featured during the Super Bowl and Winter Olympics. Look for his debut album, For Who You Are, coming later this year.