WuLi Records to Release Lee DeWyze’s Old Material As Full-Length Album: “What Once Was”

WuLi Records is super jazzed to announce the release of an independent full-length Lee DeWyze album: “What Once Was”. “What Once Was” is the latest installment from the WuLi Records’ vault, providing an aural snapshot of Lee from 2006-2010, before he won the 9th Season of American Idol.

WuLi Records signed Lee to their label in 2006 and amiably released him from contract in 2010 to head to LA. The amended agreement included enough recorded material to complete and release three full-length albums: “So I’m Told” (2007), “Slumberland” (2010) and the upcoming new album “What Once Was”. The collection of songs selected for “What Once Was” are raw and unfiltered showcasing a variety of musical styles.

What Once Was” will be available worldwide on February 14, 2012. Currently, Pre- Orders are available at Amazon.

WuLi Records explicitly unearthed these songs because Lee’s fans have been literally, and figuratively, asking for “What Once Was”. “What Once Was” has been manufactured in Limited Edition.


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