As his tour in support of Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song winds back through Philadelphia, local musician done good Amos Lee will swing by City Hall tomorrow afternoon to be honored by Mayor Michael Nutter. The singer, whose roots lie in South Philly and South Jersey, will receive a mayoral proclamation for both his musical output and his work with charities like Musicians on Call and Farm Aid.
In an interview with the Philadelphia Daily News’ Molly Eichel, Lee said the city remains near and dear to his heart. “I have great memories of neighbors and neighborhoods and the intensity that Philadelphia offers,” Lee told the Daily News. “I love it. It’s my home. It’s my family’s home. It’s a tremendous honor to be recognized by the city, and I appreciate it greatly.”
Lee will be honored at City Hall tomorrow at 1 p.m. He performs tomorrow night at The Tower Theater; tickets and information on the show can be found via the XPN Concert Calendar. Watch a fan video of Lee’s recent Free at Noon performance below.
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