Savannah Lee

Savannah Lee (Vocals, Guitar, Fiddle, Mandolin) is a young and gifted musician dripping with raw talent. An up-and-coming force in the Bluegrass and Southern Rock world, the mesmerizing honesty of Savannah’s sound is simultaneously soothing and invigorating. Growing up in a musical family, Savannah found a passion for singing and making music from a very early age. By the time she was 12, she was already performing on stages for audiences across Tampa Bay. She caught the attention of a well known and loved influencer in Florida music, the late Rev. Funky D. She spent the remainder of her teenage years fronting his various projects, such as Porcupine and Funky D’s Deja Voodoo. Later, her musical adventures led her to Atlanta, GA, where she fell in love with the mountain sound and began to learn the art of flatpicking. Now back in the sunshine state, she is using her new found influences, passion for creativity, driving vocals and silky guitar licks to create the hottest new original sound in the scene.

Autumn June

Autumn June’s sound can be best described as a mix of folk, pop, country, and rock. Self-taught, Autumn possesses an original sound and style all her own. Music is in her blood and heart and it shows.

Autumn is inspiring others along the way, running the one of the hottest Open Jams in Pinellas County for over four and a half years.  She embarked on a European tour in 2017 where she had the opportunity to play some of Germany’s biggest venues, including Rickenbackers Music Inn, Resort Mark Brandenburg and The Festival of Life in Berlin. While there she recorded her first single ‘My Favorite Window,’ a song inspired by her ‘favorite window’ at her grandparents house where she would stay often while growing up.  

She followed up with her second single  ‘Release Me’ shortly thereafter. Her awe-inspiring vocals are showcased on her debut self-titled EP where you’ll find both these singles, recently released and available on Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon Music. Nowhere does she sound better though, than Live and at Quinns!