Lee has been singing and writing songs since he was a young boy. Lee's first public appearance was on Albury radio at 5 years of age. His first band The Blue Devils comprised of brother Greg, sister Tania and a friend. They played school fetes and charity concerts. In 1982 Lee won Star Maker in Tamworth. It took the next 10 years before he burst into national prominence in the early 90s with his first album 'The Outback Club'. In 1994, he became Australia's biggest selling artist with record tour attendances and record sales for 'Three Chain Road'. Lee has won numerous Golden Guitars at the CMAA Awards, five MO Awards and the Variety Club's Entertainer of the Year.
Lee Kernaghan travels from New South Wales Australia
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