Tami Lee and the Northern Lights

Tami made her first trip to Nashville during the summer of 2000. She quickly learned that the music business can be a very tough one. But, she “stumbled” upon a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet with Allen Frizzell. “It was such an honor to sing for him, Frizzell is one of the biggest names in country music history!” Allen Frizzell loved Tami’s unique voice and knew they should record an album together. A short time later, Tami was down on Music Row, in a state of the art studio, surrounded by some of Nashville’s hottest musicians. Tami’s first recording project was underway.

After several trips to Nashville and many studio hours later, the album “Heroes in My Heart” was completed. The title track was written by Tami, it is a touching tribute in loving memory of her grandparents. The album also includes a rich selection of material, ranging in style from the Buck Owens traditional sounds, to songs that would easily fit on a Shania Twain Album. There is no doubt, that much of Tami’s early musical “seasoning” added a special flavor to this album! “The project was an experience I will always cherish”. “I learned so much from Allen and his wife Gayle, They were so kind to me and I appreciate them very much!”

Shortly after the release of Tami Lee’s “Heroes In my Heart”, the wheels began to turn. Tami’s live performances were in high demand. She was asked to perform at Fairs, Casinos, Street Dances, Concerts, Festivals, Clubs and more. She assembled a first class band called “The Northern Lights”. The group hit the road running! Performing at events all over the tri-state region and beyond. “It’s the group I’ve always wanted! They are just wonderful! And so talented, I’m lucky to have a band like them!”

Tami Lee- Lead Vocals: The group is defined by the excellent vocal talents of 32 year-old Tami Lee, who has spent most of her life behind a microphone. Years of experience, hard work, drop dead good looks, and a great attitude have made her one of the most popular singers around. More than a singer, she's a true entertainer!

Alan Kiesow-Lead Guitar/Vocals: Al Kiesow brings Lead Guitar and harmony and lead vocals to a new level, having many years of experience on stage. While working in The Country Music Field for nearly two decades, he not only "learned" about the music, He "mastered" it!

Jim Peterson- Drums/Vocals: Driving the group from his drum throne with a fantastic sense of time and a great sense of humor. The Lights are thrilled to have Jim on board! With a rock solid steady beat, and a voice that’ll make many people jealous, Petie delivers night after night!

Josh Granly- Bass/Vocals: The newest addition to the show! Josh could be the most enthusiastic and motivated musician we've ever met! We are so excited to bring Josh's talent, style and energy on board! He has a very diverse musical background, and his broad range of experience shines on each performance!

Who's Cheatin' Who

White Liar

She's In Love With the Boy

Sud's In The Bucket


Down At the Twist & Shout

Tennesse Flat-Top Box

Here's To Finding A Good Man

Satin Sheets

Mi Vida Loca

Lookin For A Good Time

Fast As You

Honky Tonk Angels

Wrapped Around

Summer of 69


I Wanna Dance With You

Fishin' In The Dark

Guitars & Cadillacs

Blue Eye's cryin' In the Rain

On The Road Again

The Battle of New Orleans

Our Lips are Sealed

Hey Good Lookin

Don't Tell Me What To Do

Drinkin' Bone

Hank Done It this Way

Folsom Prison Blues

My Baby Loves Me

Suspicious Minds

Help Me Make It Through the Night

Honey I'm Home

Pink Cadillac

Oh, Lonesome Me

I Feel Lucky

God Blessed Texas

These Boots Are Made For Walkin

Tulsa Time

I've Got Better Things to Do

It's A Heartache

Famous In A Small Town

Your Easy On the Eyes

Beautiful Goodbye

Golden Ring

Barefoot and Crazy

Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off

I Wanna Dance With You

Walkin' After Midnight

Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad

Act Naturally

Blame It On Your Heart

I Still Miss Someone

Tonight the Heartaches On Me

What Part of No

The Whiskey Ain't Workin'

Crying My Heart Out Over You

It's A Little Too Late

Honky Tonk Girl

The Race Is On

Guitar Town

When You Say Nothing at All

That's What I Like About You

Two Pina Coladas

Believe Me Baby (I Lied)

Waltz Across Texas

Always On My Mind

Texas in 1880

I can't help It (If I'm still In Love)

500 Miles

Taking Care of Business

When Will I Be Loved

Blue Moon of Kentucky

It's a Little Too Late

All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down

Two More Bottles of Wine

Save the Last Dance for Me