Black History 365: Lee Odom
Lee Odom, instrumental spectrum includes, the clarinet, bass clarient, soprano/alto/tenor saxophone, flute, and oboe. Lee is also a composer/band leader, whose musical spectrum includes, gospel,free improved music, jazz, R&B, and classical.
Lee has worked on selected virtual service projects for Canaan Baptist Church, Harlem and Mt. Zion AME, Bronx as sound engineer. Lee was commissioned as Producer/Director for the first virtual production of Joeseph Daley’s Colorations/Explorations, performed by the Dance Clarinets, directed by JD Parran. Sound/Video editing services are available. Please fill out contact form below for more information.
Lee has performed with many outstanding groups and musicians such as Don Byron, JD Parran, Whitney Marcelle, The Karl Berger Improv Orchestra, Canaan Baptist Church Music Ministry, 12 Houses Free Improv, the Makanda Project Boston, MA, Craig Harris, and the David Murray Octet. Lee Odom also performs as band leader, with Sweet Lee Music, performing at various venues and festivals throughout NY, Boston, CT, New Jersey, Washington DC and Florida
Lee Odom played with the David Sanford Big Band at Bombyx Center for Arts and Equity in Florence, MA on September 11, 2022.