Switzerland

Steve Lee

Steve Lee

(1963 – 2010)

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Switzerland

Steve Lee

Steve Lee
(1963 – 2010)

In memory of

Steve Lee

(1963 – 2010)
About Steve
This is an online memorial dedicated to Steve Lee. Steve Lee was a Swiss musician, and vocalist. He was mainly known as the vocalist of the band Gotthard. He was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident 10 miles south of Mesquite,Nevada on Interstate 15.
He spoke fluent Italian, German, English and French.
With some experience already in the studio, Steve Lee had been part of a group in 1988 called forsale. In 1992, in Lugano, along with guitarist Leo Leoni, bassist Marc Lynn, and drummer Hena Habegger, they founded the group. Under the lead of bassist and founding member of Krokus Chris von Rohr, the band changed its name to Gotthard (name inspired by the Gotthard Pass).
In 2007, Steve Lee was
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About Steve
contacted by Arjen Anthony Lucassen to feature on Ayreon's latest album 01011001 released in 2008. He sang vocals, alongside other progressive rock and progressive metal singers.
This is a tribute to the life and music of Steve Lee. May he rest in peace.
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Steve Lee

This is an online memorial dedicated to Steve Lee. Steve Lee was a Swiss musician, and vocalist. He was mainly known as the vocalist of the band Gotthard. He was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident 10 miles south of Mesquite,Nevada on Interstate 15.
He spoke fluent Italian, German, English and French.
With some experience already in the studio, Steve Lee had been part of a group in 1988 called forsale. In 1992, in Lugano, along with guitarist Leo Leoni, bassist Marc Lynn, and drummer Hena Habegger, they founded the group. Under the lead of bassist and founding member of Krokus Chris von Rohr, the band changed its name to Gotthard (name inspired by the Gotthard Pass).
In 2007, Steve Lee was...

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