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Laurie Lewis: “Sailing Boat” | Preston Thompson Guitars

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The Grammy Award winning songwriter plays an original song with Tom Rozum and Nina Gerber, live at the Preston Thompson shop.

by Thompson Guitars
November 27, 2018
Songwriter, singer, and fiddler Laurie Lewis has been a central figure in the bluegrass and roots music scene for more than three decades, winning Grammy Awards, IBMA awards, and wide critical and fan acclaim. She tours widely with her musical partner Tom Rozum, and they recently made a stop at the Preston Thompson Guitars shop to play and give a workshop associated with the Sisters Folk Festival.
 
In this video, Laurie, Tom, and guitarist Nina Gerber play a beautiful version of Laurie's original song “Sailing Boat,” which the trio recorded on the live album One Evening in May.  
 
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