Back in LA
David Earl Lewis (Short Bio) Born in Texas City, Texas. Grew up in Monahans, Texas. Came to Tarzana, California in 1971 at the age of eighteen. 1st release 1975 "The Loneliest Cowboy" by David Lewis. Recorded at Gold Star Studios in Hollywood. Produced by: Ed Hansen for Edge Records in Hollywood. Hollywood Reporter article 1974: "Edge Inks Lewis" Album released by Charles Koppelman through the Entertainment Company, New York City, on Tiger Lilly records: "Molly and Me" David Lewis, 1976 Produced by Charles Blocker (Eagles "On the Border") The Eagles' greatest hits were dedicated to Charles Blocker. Graduate of Soundmasters Institute of Audio Engineering, Beverly Hills. Stage manager for John Stewart ("Music Into Gold" tour RSO) Vocals by: David Lewis, Roy Howell EP. Recorded at Ardent Studio, Memphis, Tennessee. Memphis Tribune article: David Lewis and David Lee Roth. Other publications: Daily Variety and Herald Examiner. David Lewis lost recordings: with Stone Ponies, UCLA String Section, arranged by Jim Ed Norman. "Love is Coming Around" and "Working Man" with J.D. Souther band, produced by Josh Leo of th Jimmy Buffet band. Vocals by : David Lewis Three performances in 2005 at the Whiskey a Go Go in Hollywood. New release December of 2005: "Back in L.A." Greatest moments of my life, working with Jim Guercio, producer of "Chicago", being in the studio with The Eagles, talking with Bobby Lamb, jamming with Neil Young at Wally Heider Studios in Hollywood, being stage manager and close with John Stewart and Chris Welan and working with David Geffen and The Eagles "Desperado" album. For more information, please contact David Earl @ 818.800.9471.