"Well-crafted songs, strong lyrics and an entertaining, high-energy performance."

The Phoenix

Boston singer/songwriter Lee Totten has been bringing his introspective upbeat acoustic/folk/pop/rock songs to audiences throughout New England and across the country. Totten has performed over 1300 shows whether solo acoustic or rocking out with his full band. Lee's natural storytelling ability brings equal parts insight and humor to the show, whether it's through the between-song stories or the well-crafted lyrics of his music.

And yet it was "The Jager Song", a drinking song about the hazards of drinking the German liquor, that became Hartford, CT's Radio 104's Friday afternoon drive-time anthem. Soon it could be heard throughout New England on stations like WCCC, WAAF and WFNX and it earned Lee the moniker 'Jager Guy' and the occupation hazard of people buying him Jagermeister shots everywhere he goes.

Fast Facts:

"Lee Totten is a bad mamba jamba."

Elvis Hixx, former Todd Snider Tour Manager
  • Has performed nearly 1500 shows nationwide and shared the stage with acts such as Everclear, The Offspring, Third Eye Blind, Cracker and Barenkaed Ladies.
  • In 2018, his song "No Regrets" was chosen as a semi-finalist in the Music City Song Star songwriting competition.
  • He has showcased at multiple music conventions, including the Philadelphia Music Conference, the Burlington (VT) Music Conference and the Boston NEMO Music Conference. He was also named a Northeast semi-finalist in the DiscMakers Independent Music World Series.
  • Lee has been nominated for numerous local and regional awards, including nominations for Best Solo Act and Rock Act by the Worcester Phoenix, and his debut CD was named one of the top 10 releases of the year.
  • He was one of only 14 songwriters chosen to participate in the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) 1997 Advanced Songwriter's Workshop in New York.
  • He was chosen to participate in the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) Mentorship Program in 2000 and ASCAP's Mentorship Program in 1998.

Featured Past Performances:

  • City Winery, Boston, MA
  • Infinity Music Hall, Norfolk, CT
  • Paradise Rock Club - Boston, MA
  • Space - Evanston, IL
  • Music Box - Cleveland, OH
  • Shank Hall - Milwaukee, WI
  • The Record Archive - Rochester, NY
  • The Cedar - Minneapolis, MN
  • City Winery - Philadelphia, PA
  • The Birchmere - Alexandria, VA
  • Passim - Cambridge, MA
  • Jammin' Java - Vienna, VA
  • Ralph's Rock Diner - Worcester, MA
  • Webster Theater - Hartford, CT
  • Pearl Street Night Club - Northampton, MA
  • Rick's Downstairs - Key West, FL
  • Philadelphia Music Conference - Philadelphia, PA
  • NEMO Music Conference - Boston, MA
  • Burlington Music Conference - Burlington, VT
  • VillageFest - Palm Springs, CA
  • Meadows Music Theater (Radio 104 Big Day Off) - Hartford, CT
  • Oakdale Theater (Radio 104 Jingle Bell Jam) - Wallingford, CT
  • Riverside Park (Radio 104 Fest) - Agawam, MA
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge, MA
  • Western New England College - Springfield, MA
  • St. Joseph's University - Hartford, CT
  • Mass Bay Community College - Boston, MA
  • Southern Connecicut State University - New Haven, CT
  • Eastern Connecticut State University - Willimantic, CT
  • Kendall Cafe - Cambridge, MA
  • Theodores - Springfield, MA
  • Sir Morgan's Cove - Worcester, MA
  • CB'S Gallery - New York, NY
  • Toad - Boston, MA
  • The Northampton Brewery - Northampton, MA
  • The Kit Kat Club - Hollywood, CA
  • Borders Book Stores in California, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Florida and more.


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