Spencer Lewis

Musician, Composer, Wanderer

Music that paints the rural landscape...
and quiets the mind

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"Round and round and round and round  we go, see how time has changed the river, the course of the flow.
In the morning, see how we have grown, the reason for the round and round, you may never know"

Below is classic confessional songwriting from the album "From Now To Now"


"The glaciers sheared them, the settler's cleared them, and I embrace them with my hands

they brought forth in me, a certain sanity, for so long I hadn't had

As I lay the Stones of Gilead "


A gem from a close friend and songwriter, the late Rosemary Phelan:

As a folksinger-songwriter he draws  from a vast repertoire of folk-rock from the ‘60’s and ‘70’s artists who virtually defined the genre: Eric Andersen, Bob Dylan, David Blue, John Stewart, and Phil Ochs to name a few.  Then there are songs that are simply too rare for even the radar to pick up like Uncle Jed, which he performed this summer at an arts festival:


Folk that rocks: The FRP doing  Eric Andersen's Violets of Dawn with Chas Eller adding a live Hammond B-3 w/ Leslie Speaker: