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Eliot Lewis, independent artist and multi-instrumentalist, has been performing sold out shows all over the world and is currently a member of the legendary duo, Daryl Hall & John Oates.

Eliot is also a featured musician on the award-winning web series and now weekly TV show “Live From Daryl’s House” now in full rotation on the Palladia Music channel, VH1 as well as several other networks. Eliot has recently worked with many of the top artists in the music business including: Train, Joe Walsh, Cee Lo Green, Todd Rundgren, Booker T, Goo Goo Dolls, Dave Stewart, Smokey Robinson, Jewel, Rob Thomas, and Grace Potter to name a few.

He has also performed on some of the most prestigious stages in the world including the legendary Hollywood Bowl, Japan's Budokan Arena as well as performing on The Voice, Conan O'Brien, Today Show, Jimmy Kimmel and many others.

Eliot has also been blazing his own trail all along as a highly prolific solo artist.

Performing all over the country with his unique “one-man” band show that incorporates all of the instruments he plays.

Having mastered five instruments over the course of his distinguished career, Eliot has written, performed and produced several solo albums including his latest “Enjoy The Ride.” A serving of guitar-focused classic rock&soul. Selling thousands of CDs independently, he has truly become a self-contained artist.

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Eliot Lewis Concerts

Date Detail Price
Sep24Thu
Eliot Lewis
Daryl's House
Pawling, NY
May6Thu
Eliot Lewis
Daryl's House
Pawling, NY

Albums

Album Live and Up Front by Eliot Lewis

Live and Up Front

Self Produced
2013

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