George Lee, singer and Johnny Gaertner, lead guitarist in Uncle Jak at 115 Barracuda, Galveston, TX - 1973
Uncle Jak, the band that started George on a career in rock and roll music. Pictured from left are: George Douglas Lee (lead vocals); Don Mahler (drums); Johnny Gaertner (guitar, vocals); and Chuck
Uncle Jak at the peak of their career, Huntsville, Texas 1974 at the Warehouse. Pictured from left are: Rick Knowles (keyboard); George Douglas Lee (lead vocals); Don Mahler (drums); George Hutche
Uncle Jak 1973: George, Bobby Hill, Ronnie Livingston and Johnny Gaertner at the Jolly Fox in Huntsville, Texas
George pictured recording the piano track to his second single "Elaine", at SoundMasters Studios, Houston in 1976
White Heat, George's band following the Uncle Jak period. From left: Joe Alford (bass, vocals); Pauline Scheselski (vocals); George Lee (vocals, guitar); and Gary Allen (drums, vocals)
GEO in 1983, having evolved from White Heat. Pictured are Joe Alford (bass, vocals); George Douglas Lee (Vocals, guitar); and Bob Glass (drums)
GEO performs live in leather at San Jacinto Junior College in 1983 for an audience in excess of 2000.
White Heat: Joe Alford, George & Bob Glass at Whiskey River in 1980
White Heat: George plays a Stratocaster at Paradise Island in 1979
White Heat: George and Joe Alford together at Whiskey River 1979
George at Studio B in Houston, TX during recording sessions for the album "Made To Be Played".
GEO: Joe Alford, Curtis Dean and George overlooking Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1983, there to play a concert, shoot a video of Indiana Red and play a live radio broadcast
George at Cocktails in Galveston, 2005
Recording material for upcoming CD release "Drinking Margaritas With The Lord"
cover Photo for the Courtyard Cafe CD, released in 2005
While waiting on a photo shoot for a new CD, George pretends to practice on the porch, singing to no one in particular but a large pigeon, who quickly waddled away.