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'Born in 1978, Amos Lee is an American-based songwriter whose musical approach includes rock, folk, and soul. His debut album was filled with soul and folk, with a twist of jazz. According to Flower Song facts, his fourth album (Mission Bell) which he released on January 25, 2011, started at the top of the Billboard 200 selling over 40 thousand copies in the first week. Amos grew up in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, USA and was quoted saying that he is privileged to have experienced various sides of life in the USA. In the mid-90s Lee studied at the University of South Carolina where he became serious about performing, playing guitar and writing songs. After he had graduated with an English degree, Amos went back to Philadelphia where he taught elementary school. Later, Amos Lee stopped teaching and began his full-time career in music. Shortly afterward, Lee produced an EP titled "As the crow flies" that contained five of his original songs, which was warmly accepted in Philadelphia. This album combined his affection for contemporary R&B and pop with his established flair for deep, folk-inflected melody. In 2004, Norah Jones gave Lee his career breakthrough by asking him to open for her tour by then. Afterward, Lee produced his self-titled album. In March and April 2005 he opened Bob Dylan and Merle Haggard's tour. All three performers were received nicely by critics during the tour, with Dylan getting his best reviews in many years. On October 3, 2006, he released a second album (Supply and Demand) to commercial acclamation. At only 27 years of age, Amos Lee has gained remarkable achievement with his debut album, and there is more for him in the music world. He is inspired by the likes of Stevie Wonder, John Prine, Neil Young, James Taylor, and Bill Withers.'