A year or so after they first spoke during Lee's last tour, Terry Sullivan caught up with Lee again ahead of his visit to Radlett with his latest tour My Story : A Dream That Became A Reality. Their far-ranging chat, bookended by tracks from his latest album - Hushabye Mountain and Dancing Through Life - was broadcast on The Sticks, Terry's evening show for local Hertfordshire station SG1 Radio, and judging by what Lee said about Someone Who'll Watch Over Me, the play he will be both co-producing and starring in at the Civic Theatre, Chelmsford in June, was recorded before that was formally announced a couple of weeks ago.
The new show is something of a departure for Lee - he still sings of course, around 5 or 6 songs in each half and I pretty much guarantee there are a couple you will never have heard him sing before (unless you've already seen the tour of course!) - but it also sees him reflecting on his life and career in conversation with the lovely Beverley Humphreys.
My Story is at The Radlett Centre (which, unsurprisingly, is in Radlett!) on Saturday 6 April.