Ezra Lee is known around the globe as one of the top rock 'n' roll, blues and country artists of the 21st century and for his exciting and action - packed live shows.

The Ezra Lee Show has popped up at some incredible events both abroad and locally, including Bluesfest, Chromefest, Blues on Broadbeach, and left exhausted dancers and big smiles in its wake. His career highlights have included opening for Jerry Lee Lewis in Las Vegas, playing the Sydney Opera House alongside Aussie luminaries James Blundell, Nick Barker, Dave Larkin and Doug Parkinson, and toured with rockabilly pioneer Wanda Jackson for the release of her hit comeback album The Party Ain't Over. 

At 14 Ezra joined the legendary Australian pub band Johnny Green’s Blues Cowboys and toured with the band for six years. In 2009 the Melbourne rockabilly label Preston Records released two original albums Out Of The Valley and Ezra’s first full length album, You Can’t Stop A Freight Train, engineered by Grahame Thomas and in May 2010 travelled to Barcelona, Spain to perform at the Screamin’ Rockabilly Festival to support Bill Haley’s Original Comets. Ezra signed with German label, Rhythm Bomb Records and released Coal Fired Man (2012), Cashed Up and Crazy (2012), Motor Head Baby (2015) and Boomerang Boogie (2016). 

In 2019 Melbourne based label Cat House Music released the album Copycat Killer - A Tribute To Jerry Lee Lewis and in Feb 2020 Ezra's latest offering is the country album Cryin' At The Wheel, released at the beginning of the world wide Covid 19 Pandemic. The album features a stella line up of Australian music legends: Gary Young (Daddy Cool, Jo Jo Zepp & The Falcons), Jeff Lang, Red Rivers, Paulie Bignell (The Detonators), Steve Williams (John Farnham, Black Sorrows) and Andrew Scott. The title song was written by Gary Young and Texan country music star Dale Watson.