Mechanic’s Daughter is Jerusha Lee’s solo debut. Hailing from Salem, Oregon, Jerusha comes from a musical family and learned guitar and drums at an early age. Her guitar-playing, song-writing father, Lee, encouraged Jerusha’s musical interests, which ultimately resulted in a duo album recorded in 2006: Jerusha-Lee; 30 Years in the Makin’, and featuring all-original material written by Jerusha and her father. Her first solo release includes an eclectic blend of music and songwriters including Attitude (Wynnona Judd), Strolling On The Water (Bryan Duncan), Come To Jesus (Mindy Smith), Along The Road, (Dan Fogelberg), You Move Me (Susan Ashton), as well as originals, Send Me and Booze Talkin’. Recorded in Los Angeles with an all-star line-up of musicians and produced by Grammy-Nominated bassist Kevin Axt, Mechanic’s Daughter centers on Jerusha Lee’s warm, heartfelt, soulful vocal stylings, reflecting her deep commitment and faith.