Dick Lee’s 60s Garage Rock

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Join Dick Lee from the 60’s rock group – The Brymers – along with his partner in crime “The Iceman” every “Monday evening at 10:00 p.m..  Hear the mind blowing sounds of California Garage Rock during the decade of the 1960’s, the national hits of the day, along with cool interviews from 60’s rock musicians as they share their rock-n-roll memories.

Dick is a musician and D.J. who toured nationally with a 60’s group called The Brymers. The group is mainly known for their 60’s hits of “Sacrifice” and “I Want To Tell You.”  The Brymers still perform and attempt to release an album per year.  To date, the group has released five albums (1) Sacrifice, (2) 40 Year Brotherhood, (3) Where Are They Now, (4) Never To Old to R-N-R, and (5) The Love From Our Soul. During the last four years many of The Brymers tracks have appeared in movies (i.e. JOBS, Chillerama, Alex of Venice, The Clapper, and TV shows). In 1968 Dick recorded a psychedelic album with a group called Fapardokly (Merrell Fankhauser). One of the tracks was picked up by Warner Brothers and placed on a compilation album a few years years ago (Where the Action Is – 1965 1968 – Los Angeles).  The comp album was nominated for a Grammy the year of its release.  In addition to recording with The Brymers, Dick continues to record with other rock groups and hosts his weekly radio show called “Dick Lee and Garage Rock from California.”




Meet The Host

Host Name: Dick Lee
Host Contact: dicklee@thebrymers.com
Host Info: Dick Lee is a musician and member of the 60s rock group The Brymers.