Lee Feldman (born June 15, 1959) is a Jewish American singer-songwriter and musician. Feldman was born in Seattle, Washington and grew up in New York City. He studied classical piano from an early age, attending the Manhattan School of Music (Precollege Division). In the mid-1970s he studied jazz under Roland Hanna. Feldman earned a degree in composition from Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music in 1981 and returned to New York. He would perform in a variety of downtown New York City venues, such as The Knitting Factory and The Living Room, eventually settling on a backup band of Byron Isaacs (bass) and Bill Dobrow (drums) to showcase his new material (he would also perform solo).
In 1995 he released his first CD, the critically acclaimed Living It All Wrong. His next two efforts, The Man in the Jupiter Hat (2000) and I've Forgotten Everything (2006) also won high praise.
He currently resides in Brooklyn, New York City.
- Living It All Wrong (1995)
- The Man in the Jupiter Hat (2000)
- I've Forgotten Everything (2006)
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