Christian Lee Hutson

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Christian Lee Hutson is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, born in Kansas City, MO and raised in Los Angeles, CA.

Christian spends more than 200 days a year touring in both in the US and Europe and has shared the stage with notable acts as varied as Father John Misty, The Breeders, and Ralph Stanley. Praised by Americana UK as "a career defining piece"[1], January 2015 saw the release of his critically acclaimed second full length album, Yeah Okay, I Know. Flagpole Magazine calls him "an amalgam between Mark Oliver Everett from Eels (band) and Hank Williams"[2] and his live show is frequently compared to The Tallest Man On Earth.


The Hell With It (2013)

Yeah Okay, I Know (2015)