Vander Lee, Brazilian singer-songwriter, Died at 50


Vander Lee was born on March 3, 1966, and died on August 2, 2016.

He was a Brazilian singer-songwriter.

Lee’s songs were a fusion of rock, pop, and classical jazz.

Lee started his career singing in bars and festivals in Belo Horizonte and cities of Minas Gerais.

During 1987, Lee joined the band Morro Velho, and recorded an EP that was never released. He released his first album in 1997.

Vander Lee died in Belo Horizonte, due to a heart attack.

Vander was admitted to a hospital and underwent surgery.

Vander Lee passed away at 50 years old.