World-renowned guitarist, Jake E. Lee, has thrilled audiences for decades with his high-wire execution and performance on guitar and that level of play remains today.
As the one to replace the late Randy Rhodes, for Ozzy Osbourne, Lee toured and recorded with Ozzy for five years. He also was a co-writer on Osbourne’s The Ultimate Sin. After his exit from Ozzy, Lee formed Badlands, which had a 10-year run, until 1998.
From the late 90s and into the millennium decade, Jake recorded for various projects, including tribute albums, as well as making television appearances. In 2013, he formed Red Dragon Cartel. The band’s self-titled debut, which has a straight-ahead rock sound, made waves in the U.S., as well as Japan.
RDC followed up their debut with Patina, in 2018, and like the previous album, toured North America and Japan.
Lee’s Red Dragon Cartel intend to tour again in 2020.