Front Row

Sponsored By: United Bank

Venue: College of Charleston Cistern Yard

Duration: Approximately 1 hour, 30 minutes


Praised by NPR for his “soulful voice and evocative lyrics,” singer-songwriter Amos Lee plumbs a deep wellspring of personal experiences to craft profoundly universal songs. Lee’s evocative albums—which include his Gold-certified debut and the Billboard 200-topping Mission Bell—explore hope, loss, morality, connection, and renewal amidst a rich sonic mélange of folk, rock, and soul influences. Lee steps into the spotlight for a solo acoustic show featuring hits such as “Windows are Rolled Down,” “Worry No More,” and “Sweet Pea.”

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Programming at the College of Charleston Cistern Yard is kindly endowed by Carlos, Lisa, and Blake Evans.