Ezra Lee joined the greatest Australian pub band, Johnny Green's Blues Cowboys at 15 years old and played so many pubs and clubs and festivals on the east coast of Australia playing a raw and wild style blues and loud rockabilly.
In 2009 the Melbourne rockabilly label Press-Tone International released two original albums ‘Out Of The Valley’ and Ezra's first full length album, ‘You Can't Stop A Freight Train’. In August 2010 Ezra Lee started performing in a new stage show, The Ultimate Rock 'n' Roll Jam Session about Sam Phillips and Sun Studios in the 1950s performing alongside Australian country star James Blundell, Melbourne rock star Nick Barker from The Reptiles, Melbourne rocker Dave Larkin from the band Dallas Crane and Australian rock icon Doug Parkinson. Together they recorded two live albums of the show, one at The Sydney Opera House and one at Comedy Theatre in Melbourne and in 2011, Ezra supported Jerry Lee Lewis in Las Vegas and joined Rhythm Bomb Records, the biggest rockabilly/ rhythm and blues label in the world and in 2012, Ezra released two albums Coal Fired Man and Cashed Up 'n' Crazy and toured them in the UK (The Rockabilly Rave) and Europe.
In 2013 Ezra was the backing band and opening act for The Queen of Rockabilly, Wanda Jackson on her Australian tour.
In 2015 Ezra recorded Motor Head Baby and released it at a performance at The Rhythm Riot in Camber Sands in England.