Category: LEE SMALL

ICONIC EYE – Hidden In Plain Sight [Lee Small on lead vocals] (2015)

Founded by guitarist Greg Dean as a studio project to record his self penned songs, British melodic rock ICONIC EYE quickly transformed into something else. Having secured a slot at the prestigious Download festival in 2015 and received the ‘best new band of the year 2014’ award by Firebrand Magazine, the band’s first album “Hidden In Plain Sight” – featuring on lead vocals the great Lee Small (LIONHEART, SHY) – easily was one of the best Melodic Rock / AOR debuts that year.
This is a CD that would have sold by the truckloads of it had been launched in the second half of the ’80s.

LEE SMALL (Signal Red) – Reflections ; The Solo Collection [3xCD + Exclusive Unreleased Album] (2018) *EXCLUSIVE*

Singer / songwriter LEE SMALL (SIGNAL RED, LIONHEART, SHY, PHENOMENA) has put together a limited edition Box Set including his 3 solo albums (the fist, Through The Eyes Of Robert Lees, is out of print) titled “Reflections ; The Solo Collection“.
The cool thing is there’s a code to get as well a 15-track digital download covers unreleased album, including songs of QUEEN, LED ZEPPELIN, and even VAN HALEN, with Lee lending his unique voice to ‘Why Can’t This Be Love’.
Only 200 boxes were made, no more will be pressed, so it’s very collectible.
Small is one of Rock’s – especially Melodic Rock – greatest voices nowadays.
Highly Recommended

SIGNAL RED – Alien Nation (2020)

Alien Nation” is SIGNAL RED‘s second album, featuring vocalist Lee Small (LIONHEART, SHY), guitarist / keyboardist Steve Grocott (TEN, SEVEN DAYZ) and Steve Newman (NEWMAN). Mastered by Steve Mann (MSG, LIONHEART) and co-produced by Grocott / Newman, the quality of this team is without of question.
Of course you need good songs, and “Alien Nation” is even stronger than the band’s debut material: bright Melodic Hard Rock with a classic feeling and AOR spirit.
Fans of the genre will not be disappointed with this track list…

SHY – Shy [Japan Edition +1]

Long running British melodic rock band SHY returned with a new album this decade after many years of absence that saw founding vocalist Tony Mills departing to join the ranks of TNT. Shy has gone without Mills’s services once before (with 1994’s Welcome to the Madhouse), but for a lot of fans Shy’s signature sound and Mills’ instantly recognizable voice...

LEE SMALL – Jamaica Inn (2012)

* Fresh from his sterling vocal performance on last year’s excellent self-titled Shy album, Lee Small makes a splash with this solo album: “Jamaica Inn”. He has previously sung with other bands including Cloven Hoof, Pride and appears on forthcoming albums from Phenomena and Gypsy Rose (two of the band – Martin Kronlund and Imre Daun – guest on this...