Spencer Lee Singer Death, Well-known Vocal Artist found dead in Los Angeles Area

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Spencer Lee Death – Spencer Lee, a resident of Los Angeles, California, and a popular singer and well-known vocal artist has sadly passed away. Unconfirmed reports claims that his body was found in the LA area. He was confirmed dead through a social media publication that read “Wow man, I cannot believe you’re gone. You touched so many lives, you were a great friend brother. See you on the other side.”

Spencer Lee, born and raised in the small town of Fort Scott, Kansas. Growing up in a musical family where both parents attended college on vocal scholarships, Spencer was born with an abundance of raw talent and natural charisma whose unique sound is likened to Terence Trent D’Arby meets Maroon 5. Spencer grew up on a farm. At the age of 17, he attended summer camp, where he was discovered by a vocal coach, who liked his voice and sent his video back to Los Angeles.

His influences include artists like Justin Timberlake, John Mayer and Gavin de Graw but he also finds inspiration from such legends as Elvis, Michael Jackson, James Taylor and Sam Cook. Successful at an early age, Spencer won numerous regional talent contests before he was even fifteen. In the short time since relocating to Los Angeles, Spencer has been developing his own sound and writing material for his debut release.

Spencer was the singer-songwriter from the animated feature, Disney’s Planes: Fire & Rescue. Spencer co-wrote, “Still I Fly,” along with Windy Wagner and Michael “Smidi” Smith. “Still I Fly” is the lead single from the soundtrack, which Spencer performs as an inspiring pop/rock song.

Larenzo Inky Fisher in a social media post wrote “Rest well bubba!! We got so many memories!! I was the first person to ever get you to write a rap and sing in the same song!! You had a voice that was different bro! I’m thankful I get to say I grew up with you and your talent was unmatched bub!’ Larenzo also wrote. “We had plans recently to record a song together and I’m sorry we didn’t get to do it bro! Fly High My Guy!”

“The best memories of Spencer Lee would be riding bikes with him and Erin Coffman. When we were kids we would literally ride those things everywhere! My favorite part of this, is that this was in Spencer’s chunky stage and man was he adorable.” Kelli VanDavis wrote. “I’m saddened to hear of his passing. He had so much talent. Sending prayers to his family during difficult times. Rest Easy Spence.”

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