Mexico, Bones, My Canada & More – 2015 /June Letter From Barbara Lewis Music

It’s hot now – about 31 degrees every day (88F) – and humid/steamy. I walk down the beach in the morning to swim in a cove that has been human-created using hundreds of chunks of gigantic stone that form an arc and thus, a cove. The ocean is much quieter in this cove. I can float, look up at the endless sky and think…

It’s a good place, no, the perfect place to think about music. I came here to write some music for my new show called, “My Canada.” And to consider new-fangled ways to take this show on the road.

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Rory Scofield – Dancer, Movement Therapist Extraordinaire

Rory.Scofield blends her 25+ years of training in the Mitzvah technique with her astonishing abilities as a professional dancer/choreographer… She works in two distinct ways with a client: she does hands-on gentle manipulation while the client lies on a massage-like table. Then she takes a client through various kinds of  movement exercises and techniques in …

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Barbara Lewis Music Bulletin #2 – Good bye Red Shoes! Sexuality & Staying Limber

Welcome! to the 2nd Barbara Lewis Music bulletin for 2015. Thank you for subscribing. These monthly bulletins will bring you updates on concerts and recordings; early access to newly-released songs, and links to photos, video clips and lots more. I’ll also share some thoughts and ideas about this crazy world of singing & performing. …

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AIN’T LOVE EASY?

Please “like” Barbara’s Page! Listen now to the poignant & powerful song,  –  Aint Love Easy? –  enjoy a sneak preview of one the unforgettable songs from Barbara’s mega-romantic upcoming CD! This is a very simple take on the song, with Chad Linsley at the piano.  From the CD, “Passionate Heart …

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Let’s Get Spiritual! (One Definition of Spirituality Revisited)

Let’s Get Spiritual! Can you imagine John Travolta, cradling the nubile Olivia Newton-John in his arms, gazing lustily into her incredibly blue eyes and singing, “Let’s get spiritual?” No, I thought not. For those not in the know, the words they sang were, “Let’s Get Physical”, from the musical “Grease,” a …

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