Luna Lee’s Gayageum Grooves Live on Echoes

Luna Lee Plays the Gayageum Live on Echoes.

Luna on Echoes

Luna on Echoes

Luna Lee is a Korean musician who plays a traditional Korean instrument called the gayageum, a zither similar to the Japanese koto.  Lee came to a bit of renown with a series of YouTube videos where she plays Jimi Hendrix songs and other covers.  Those videos grabbed the attention of Kitaro‘s Domo Records label and they released her debut album just called LunaLuna_CvrIn those video’s Luna Lee plays to backing tracks but we got her in the Home Los Angeles studios with an electric quartet and Grammy Award-winning engineer and producer, Krish Sharma.  She plays a set of songs from her debut, including a couple of those Hendrix covers. live tonight on Echoes.

Luna Lee Live on Echoes

Luna Lee Live on Echoes

Krish Sharma & Luna Lee @ Home Los Angeles Studio for Echoes

Krish Sharma & Luna Lee @ Home Los Angeles Studio for Echoes


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