With a career that goes back to the 1960's, Lee Kerslake's first step into the rock limelight was with The Gods, recording 'Genesis' in 1968 and 'To Samuel A Son' in 1969. Joining Toe Fat for their self-titled debut in 1970, via 1970's 'Orgasm' by Head Machine, so far Lee had shared his musical journey with multi-instrumentalist and song writer Ken Hensley. This musical connection and friendship would be further cemented in 1972 when Lee joined Ken in Uriah Heep for the classic 'Demons & Wizards' album, remaining behind Heep's drum kit for the best part of 30 plus years. Standing down from drumming full-time for Uriah Heep in 2007 due to ill-health, Lee commenced his debut solo album in 2015 with Jake Libretto, completing the album in 2019. Lee sadly passed away in September 2020 at the age of 73, 'Eleventeen' is posthumously released in 2021.