A Texas native, Lee came to St. Louis when WIL became the first full-time country music station in the market.
He was part of the “dream team” of DJs at the AM station beginning in 1968. The Country Music Association ranked Davie among the top 5 country DJs in the nation seven different times during his tenure at WIL.
After WIL was sold, he joined KUSA, working there from 1989-1996. He then left when that station was sold, managing station KHAD in DeSoto, then returned to WEW in St. Louis from 1998-2002. During each of those four years, Davie Lee was voted the market’s top Southern Gospel Music DJ.
His free-lance voice work has been heard on radio and TV stations around the country, and he also worked as the voice of steelradio.com on the Internet.