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Larry Lee Lewis
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Seniors:

Larry Lee Lewis is an experienced senior entertainer...played at hundreds of venues...piano,singing,and joking..very entertaining.

 Larry Lee Lewis plays genres ranging from the 1920′s to the 1960′s. He incorporates classics including Sammy Kaye, Doris Day, Hank Williams Sr., Louis Prima, Louis Armstrong, Fats Domino, Elvis, Johnny Ray and many others. Well known for his upbeat tunes plus a few ballads, he is also a comedian!


Mashpee Enterprise Nov.20,2009 by Grace Polizzotti
Larry Lee Lewis, multi-faceted pianist, musician, comedian, and
>> actor stood in front of the Capers and proudly boomed that he had
>> just become the proud father of a nine pound baby boy, a bouncing
>> one, of course. The amazement and pride and joy of the audience
>> turned to guffaws as he then said, "If my wife finds out, she’ll
>> kill me!" And that’s how it continued for better than an hour,
>> interspersing jokes with piano-accompanied songs.
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>> Mr. Lewis is a middle-aged business man who shifted gears five
>> years ago from the 9-5 life to show business. His songs included
>> those by Fats Domino (still living), "Blueberry Hill", "My Blue
>> Heaven"; "Harbor Lights" by Sammy Kaye, Elvis’ "Blue Suede Shoes"
>> which was cleverly mixed in with "In the Mood" and on with that
>> uplifting "What A Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong, all joyful
>> listening.
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>> The Mashpee Senior Center, again was filled to the brim and the
>> enjoyment was palpable. Mr. Lewis played songs that made sense,
>> told of true feelings and brought back so many incidents in our
>> lives. Amazingly, no matter the age of the songs, they are so
>> imbedded in our minds that we could precisely follow the words and
>> enjoy hearing them again. Once more the phrase was repeated by both
>> the performer and the listeners, "They just don’t write them like
>> that any more".
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