AJ Lee & Blue Summit’s “I Can’t Find You At All” Finds The Tuttle Family Collaborating On A Modern Day, Lonesome Masterpiece

Article Contributed by IVPR | Published on Tuesday, June 18, 2024

AJ Lee & Blue Summit’s latest single “I Can’t Find You At All” is quite the family affair for Blue Summit guitarist Sullivan Tuttle. His sister, GRAMMY Award-winning guitarist and singer Molly Tuttle, joins Lee on vocals for a heartbreaking performance of the song written by none other than Sullivan and Molly’s father, Jack Tuttle. “After working a bit on lyrics for my daughter Molly’s unfinished song called ‘Don’t Try to Find Me,’ I decided to flip the script and write one from the other viewpoint,” says the elder Tuttle. “I guess, in modern parlance, it’s a song about being ghosted.”

Sullivan and Jack turned in a dejected classic—not too far off from the vein of “I’m Blue, I’m Lonesome” or “Blue Train”—and the band put their signature spin on it. Bringing life to the song’s melancholy with a halftime backbeat mandolin chop and atypical movement from the upright bass, Lee & Summit continue to showcase their abilities beyond the world of straight-ahead bluegrass music. “You vanished in thin air / And you thought I wouldn't care / But you were oh so wrong / Through the window now I stare / But I can't see you at all,” sing Lee and Tuttle in the refrain; a somber lyric with a hopeful melody.

“I Can’t Find You At All” is the latest single to be released from AJ Lee & Blue Summit’s upcoming album, City of Glass. Produced by The California Honeydrops’ Lech Wierzynski and releasing July 19th via Signature Sounds—making it the band’s first label-backed record—City of Glass finds Lee & Blue Summit still carrying the youthful, festival-parking-lot energy that brought them together, but with the genuine ease and confidence of recording artist veterans well beyond their years.

Fans can stream or purchase “I Can’t Find You At All” today at this link, check out Lee & Blue Summit’s previously released City of Glass singles, “He Called Me Baby” and “Hillside,” at their respective links, and pre-order or pre-save City of Glass ahead of its July 19th release right here. AJ Lee & Blue Summit are back on the road this weekend with an appearance at the legendary Telluride Bluegrass Festival. A full list of tour dates can be found below or at bluesummitmusic.com/tour-dates.

More About City of Glass: City of Glass is a California affair, through and through. Lee & Blue Summit brought in Lech Wierzynski, of the California Honeydrops, to produce; they tapped Bay Area steel guitarist Mikiya Matsuda for a couple of tracks; plus they had Californian banjo player, and instructor, Luke Abbott lend five-string to a number. The group is proud to be Californian, proud to represent the neo-traditionalist bluegrass and folk from the state and the mighty communities surrounding them. Their music shines with this “think global, act local” sort of approach.

Wierzynski prioritized making the band sound exactly like themselves, producing the vocals to be and sound live whenever possible, moving the band along when a take checked all the boxes and still bringing in genre and aesthetic inspirations that feel brand new. City of Glass, as a result, is an album that’s just as much country soul and gritty, bluesy Americana as it is bluegrass, all framed through a California folk lens while clearly primed for a much wider audience.

City of Glass Tracklisting:


He Called Me Baby

Seaside Town

I Can’t Find You at All (feat. Molly Tuttle)

City of Glass


I Still Think of Her

Sick on a Plane

Bakersfield Clay

Bedside Window (feat. Lech Wierzynski)

Solicitor Man

All I Know

Catch AJ Lee & Blue Summit On Tour:

Jun 20 - Telluride Bluegrass Festival - Telluride, CO

Jun 27- Victor City Park - Victor, CO

Jun 29 - Big Ponderoo 2024 - Sisters, OR

Jun 30 - Big Ponderoo 2024 - Sisters, OR

Jul 6 - High Sierra Music Festival - Quincy, CA

Jul 9 - Anderson Japanese Garden - Rockford, IL

Jul 11 - City Green - Sheboygan, WI

Jul 12 - Buchanan Common Stage - Buchanan, MI

Jul 13 - Frankfort Bluegrass on the Green Festival - Frankfort, IL

Jul 16 - Grand Ole Opry House - Nashville, TN

Jul 20 - Darrington Bluegrass Festival - Darrington, WA

Jul 21 - Darrington Bluegrass Festival - Darrington, WA

Aug 8 - Edmonton Folk Music Festival - Edmonton, A.B. Canada

Aug 13 - Chirp - Ridgefield, CT

Aug 16 - Philadelphia Folk Festival - Philadelphia, PA

Aug 17 - Green Mountain Bluegrass & Roots - Manchester, VT

Aug 24 - Hopmonk - Novato, CA

Aug 25 - Bowers Bluegrass Festival - New Washoe City, NV

Aug 30 - Chattanooga Nightfall - Chattanooga, TN

Aug 31 - Earl Scruggs Music Festival - Mill Spring, NC

Sep 1 - Charleston Pour House - Charleston, SC

Sep 12 - Jammin’ Java - Vienna, VA

Sep 13 - Richmond Music Hall - Richmond, VA

Sep 14 - Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion - Bristol, TN

Sep 18 - Americanafest- Nashville, TN

Sep 20 - Walnut Valley Festival - Winfield, KS

Oct 8 - Union Pool - Brooklyn, NY

Oct 9 - Club Passim - Cambridge, MA (2 SHOWS)

Oct 10 - Higher Ground - S. Burlington, VT

Oct 11 - The Drake - Amherst, MA

Oct 12 - Portland House of Music and Events - Portland, ME

For ticket information, please visit bluesummitmusic.com/tour-dates.