Category Archives: Performances
Eddie Lewis’ performance news and information.
First Trumpet Fruits Hello everyone! Well, today is the official release of my latest album. This is a very special album to me. Not that the others have not been special, but this one is almost not even mine. What … Continue reading
The Composition Process In my last post about the Al Mendez tribute concert, I said I would write a separate post about the composition I wrote specifically for the concert. When Roger asked me what I would like to perform … Continue reading
Jazz Unlimited – Al Mendez Tribute Concert Last week, Pearl and I traveled to my home town of El Paso, Texas, to participate in a jazz band concert honoring my high school band director, Al Mendez. El Paso’s Jazz Unlimited … Continue reading
I am back now from spending five days in El Paso, performing and speaking about music. It was a nice trip and I wanted to spend some time reflecting here on what happened while I was there. Jawn Glass and … Continue reading
One of the nice things about my career is the variety of different types of gigs I do. Being a self employed, freelance trumpet player means that I need to be ready for anything. Harlem Renaissance 101 Last Wednesday I … Continue reading
Just a heads up for all of my Houston readers. I am performing tonight with Jacqui Sutton and her Frontier Jazz Orchestra. We are at the Mucky Duck, which I haven’t played at in at least fifteen years. (I think … Continue reading