A solo concert for Shelburne Vineyard's First Thursday Concerts featuring specialty foods and wine tasting.
Stowe, Vermont: Spencer Lewis will perform his signature combination of reflective instrumental folk grooves and old-time rhythms at this year’s Stowe Foliage Arts Festival. Joining him under the Craftproducer's music tent in Stowe on Oct 7th at 12:00 noon is Vermont’s well-known keyboardist Chas Eller and bassist Eric Graham from the group Haywire. Eller, known by many as the piano/organ/synth wizard from Kilimanjaro and the Unknown Blues Band, has played on many of Lewis’ albums including The Silence Between the Words and In the Light of Autumn. Lewis’ best selling 1993 release A Sense of Place was the first album ever mixed at Eller’s famous Charlotte Studio. Eric Graham plays both fretless and fretted electric bass and adds another dimension to Lewis’ instrumentals and impromptu passages. Both sidemen lend their creativity with the fierce improvisational energy that pervades much of Lewis’ live shows. They both appear on Lewis’s soon-to-be-released album From Now To Now, his first vocal album in 16 years.
Old Time Music with The Bob's: Will Wright - Mandolin, fiddle, banjo, vocals; Kevin Wright - Guitar/Mandolin/vocal; Jim Reiman - Guitar/Vocals; Spencer - Fiddle, Guitar/ vocal.
Spontaneous folk grooves and ballads
This performance features improvisational instrumentals and folk-rock with bassist Eric Graham from from the group Haywire and drummer Brett Hoffman (The Dave Keller Band, country legend Mark LeGrand and a host of others...). There will be music from Spencer's latest album's Souls (instrumental) and his first singer-songwriter album in 16 years: From Now To Now. Both musicians played on Souls yet this our collective debut in a live setting. We will feature Eric's articulate, wildly melodic electric bass guitar, Brett's lush beats and an eclectic blend of folk-rock from Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited to Spencer's "Every Precious Day".
Spencer Lewis with his live guitar/violin looping along with the wildly melodic, inventive electric bass playing of Eric Graham. Spontaneous folk grooves abound. Folk Rock from Dylan to Lewis.
This performance features improvisational instrumentals and folk-rock with bassist Eric Graham from from the group Haywire and drummer Brett Hoffman The Dave Keller Band / country legend Mark LeGrand). There will be music from Spencer's latest album's Souls (instrumental) and his first singer-songwriter album in 16 years: From Now To Now. Both musicians played on Souls yet this our debut in a live setting. We will feature Eric's articulate, wildly melodic electric bass guitar and an eclectic blend of folk-rock from Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited to Spencer's "Every Precious Day".
The Folk Rock Project with the breakout '14/'15 lineup featuring Scott Paulson on Bass and vocals and Jeremy Kendall on drums - featuring special guest - saxophone/flutist extraordinaire Barbara Smith. Barb joined at for last years Valley Jam in Stockbridge and this our second gig with her. We will feature our standard list of folk-rocker repertoire and a good share of live guitar/violin looping. A great setting in a great location. Thanks to the Bethel Council on the Arts and the Town of Bethel.
My first gig at One Main since they built the new stage! Homemade ballads, rockers and guitar and violin loops along with Eric Graham on both fretted and fretless electric bass for the best in folk that rocks.
This is a noisy, festive atmosphere, Sugaring arch boiling away, lot's of creative food (cotten candy etc). it is, oddly, a great place to play, not sure why. People of all walks of life seem to add to the energy...we'll be creating music that is written as it's played...in addition to singing songs already made up.
Now serving upstairs for dinner and a mini-concert, it's a great place to hear music in an intimate atmosphere.
Solo Guitar & Violin ~ with guitar and violin loops. Spencer will be playing songs from his two new albums that are due out in March: Souls - all instrumental and From Now To Now featuring folk-rock and lyrics.
Sandy and company will be serving special fare for Valentine's Day; It's an early Sunday afternoon start with dinner to follow.
At the Bethel Band Shell with the Folk Rock Project - Lots of looping and wild fiddle & violin
The Folk Rock Project trio - w/ Jeremy Kendall on drums and Scott Paulson on bass
Solo performance of guitar and violin instrumentals and songs of change
the Folk Rock Project -with special guest Barbara Smith on the horns
with the Folk Rock Project
The Folk Rock Project!
A performance with the Folk Rock Project that features songs from both their repertoire and my solo instrumental work.
The Folk Rock Project playin' folk that rocks
This show was just added due to a cancellation. it's Spencer with the Folk Rock Project trio: Jeremy Kendall and Scott Paulson on bass.
Guitar, Violin & Scott Paulson on bass
Guitar & Violin - sustained elegance and songs that inspire
Look for special guests including itinerent member of the Folk Rock Project Rudy Dauth on lead guitar and mandolin