Since 1963, Singer/Songwriter/Warner Brothers Recording Artist Rockin' George Leh has been a fixture on the New England music scene.

Rockin' George was a member of Street Choir (1967), CC and the Chasers (1967), The J. Geils Blues Band (1967), Swallow (1968-1973), Skyhook (1973-1975), Powerhouse (1975-1977), and Rockin' George and The Thrillers (1978-1981).  From 1982-1983 Rockin' George appeared at Sandy's Jazz Revival in Beverly, MA as the club's opening act (keyboard & vocals).  Since 1983 Rockin' George worked with The Rockin' Shoes performing throughout New England.  This was done as a light & fun project as he pursued other activities outside of the music industry.

Rockin' George can often be found entertaining Boston area visitors and commuters at The MBTA and Faneuil Hall Market Place when he is not busy with other projects.

Rockin' George was declared a Blues Legend by the Boston City Council in 2008.

Rockin' George presently has a five-piece band backing him.  He also works with many great artists such as James Montgomery and Friends, Danny Klein's Full House, and Ernie and the Automatics.  He has appeared at many great venues including B.B. Kings (Foxwoods Resort Casino), House of Blues (Boston), Hard Rock Cafe (Boston and Foxwoods Resort Casino), and The Lone Star, NYC.

Rockin' George brings his own unique style to an eclectic mix of soulful R&B, classic blues, and spine tingling rock & roll.  A singer of power and emotion, his ability to inspire an audience is legendary.  At the age of 78, Rockin' George sounds better than ever.  His Maine fans started calling him Rockin' George in the mid 70's and it stuck.

Rockin' George has shared the stage with many great musicians over the years including:  Jimi Hendrix, John Mayall, Joe Cocker, Grand Funk Railroad, Bob Seger, Janis Joplin, Alice Cooper, Jefferson Airplane, Queen, Sly and the Family Stone, Ike and Tina Turner, The James Gang, Albert King, James Cotton, Joe Turner, Taj Mahall, Big Mama Thornton, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, Johnny Copeland, Joanna Connor, Roomful of Blues, Bill Chinnock, Lonnie Mack, Ian Mitchell, Jon Butcher, Charlie Farren, Johnny A, and Ronnie Earl.