Countdown to Lynchburg Music Fest: Lee Gibson

The Lynchburg Times

Lee Gibson will play the Lynchburg Radio Stage on Saturday at 2:15 p.m. {Photo Provided}

EVENTS A little sugar, little yeast, little corn, little water … burns so good make a grown man holler.

With lyrics like these from his recent single “Lincoln County Lightening,” it’s not hard to imagine that Winchester’s Lee Gibson will fit right in in a music festival whose tagline is, “where music meets whiskey.”

He grew up listening to country icons like Daniels and Haggard and Jones. The ghosts of those legends linger on stage as Gibson play original songs filled with lost love, hardship, and, of course, a little drinking.

He plays traditional country music with vocals that have been compared to Dwight Yoakam and Ronnie Dunn with lyric that express what it’s like to live in the heart of whiskey country right here is southern, middle Tennessee.

He’s opened for artists ranging…

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