Lee Barbour

Composer, Producer, Performer

Lee Barbour is a musician from Charleston, SC. As a guitarist, he has performed/recorded with several international artists, including guitar legend Joe Beck (Miles Davis), Fred Wesley (James Brown), Earl Klugh, Chris Bullock and Justin Stanton (Snarky Puppy), Cody Wright (Joe Bonamassa, Peter Erskine), John Blackwell (Prince, D’Angelo) Quentin Baxter (Ranky Tanky, Rene Marie) Jeff Sipe, Kebbi Williams (Tedeschi Trucks Band), Elise Testone (American Idol), Ellis Hall, and Cary Ann Hearst (Shovels and Rope). He has been reviewed in Jazz Times and had appearances in Spin Magazine and the New York Times.

As a composer, he has written music for trailers, documentaries, animation, commercials and feature film. Lee taught guitar at The New York City Guitar School and The College of Charleston and continues to teach privately. He performs regularly with several different projects and tours with Jazz is Phish. He currently lives in paradise, Charleston, SC.

Recent Work


Lee Barbour – guitars, bass, beat, synths

Lover, You Should’ve Come Over

Lee Barbour – arrangement, guitars, sound design, production, mixing

Thoughts Like These

Lee Barbour – production, guitars, bass, mixing

Peanut Butter Jelly

Lee Barbour – MIDI arrangement, orchestration and production, mixing

Westworld Scoring Competition

Lee Barbour –┬áMIDI arrangement, orchestration and production, mixing