DRUMMER LEWY STIX TALKS WITH WARREN MICHAELS ABOUT HIS CAREER AS A DRUMMER

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Lewy's first rock bands were with his classmates...Inferno, Last Chapter, and De Bene Esse' - several of the musicians from those groups are still playing professionally or semi pro or just for God like Lewy include - guitarist Tom Mein, keyboardist and composer Dan Siemert, singer Kory Clarke, bassist Bruce Green, and more. Since those early days, Lewy always stayed in touch with Dan Siemert and together they co-produced a theatrical rock LP that became "Pieces of the Big Picture" in 2000-2001. At the time Lewy was busy with family and running a financial services practice all the while just dying to play the drums and follow his dream of playing and helping others full time. So he did...he dove head first into music and was blessed to meet a lot of famous drummers and artists in Los Angeles and in Michigan and all over the world through the internet, all the while playing in a local band called 'Hide From Cleo', playing drums in his local church praise band, > and later branching out to meet Paul Underwood of Exit wound and Inyan by way of meeting new musician and drummer friends like Bill Lordan of Robin Trower and Sly & the Family Stone. and building a very supportive and caring fan base of his own including one very special lady named Morningstar who also encouraged Lewy to meet and speak with Paul Underwood. About collaborating with Paul, who is one of The Official Nominees for the 2007 & 2008 Native American Music Awards Association.

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