Smooth jazz renegade broadcasting shortwave over the hills of Jamaica, playing pretty guitar a la Wes Montgomery, the love doctor’s mission is to enlighten and entertain the international community. His potect mixture of jazz, hip-hop and Reggae is winning him global praise. The lover doctor, aka Tony Lee, produced a version of the song “Let your love flow” for bicycle music and signed a publishing deal for tv, film and commercials with Transition Music Publishing in March 2002. The love doctor is also producing tracks with Prodeje of South Central Cartel, LV & Coolio (including their song “In the hood” featured on the award winning film “Gang Tapes”), 40 Glocc (3 songs produced on “The Jackal” CD on the Billboard Hot 100 Hip-Hop/R&B Album chart) as well as SugaFree, MC Ren, South Central Cartel, Korupt, Gospel Gangsters and Trey D of the Eastsiders. Other projects include guitar tracks on the English rock group “Charlatans UK.” Look for his instrumental theme “Rave Slammer” as the Byron Allen Show theme this fall 2003.