Lee Hargrove grew up in a musical home, one that not only produced Lee and his life long career in music, but also his sister, Linda Hargrove, who became a successful songwriter in Nashville (she penned hits for George Jones, Johnny Cash and others). Lee too wrote songs, although his focus was on rock and roll. He toured with several bands and later worked in several recording studios playing the synthesizer. Lee’s introduction to the synthesizer was early on in the instrument's development and so he soon became one of the pioneer musicians in the studios. At the same time he worked in a small music store in Nashville, which gave him his introduction to Yamaha. He later was given the opportunity to work for the Roland Corporation, first as a salesman and later as the Business Development Manager.
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