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Child Rock “n” Roll Piano Sensation Records Vintage Album With Top Musicians

Wednesday 19 February, 2014

Up-coming 12 year old wild rock n roll piano player Lewis Jordan Brown will be recording this week in a vintage studio with Chas Hodges plus other renowned musicians. The studio in Essex uses technology dating back over 60 years. There will be no modern techniques or trickery, in fact it's all recorded in mono. Young Lewis will have to deliver the perfect performance live, or all the musicians start again! Playing and singing the piano simultaneously for a live vintage recording would be challenging enough but when you are working with some of the U.K’s top musicians you really need to know your stuff.

The saxophone player is in the “Jools Holland” orchestra so knows a thing or two about great piano playing. Then there is “Chas Hodges” who will playing electric bass. There's nothing you can tell him about piano. He has toured and recorded with amongst others the legendary “Jerry Lee Lewis”. If that wasn't enough, he then went on to become the piano playing half of the sensational “Chas & Dave”

The recording will include four originals written by Lewis on some topics that have an influence on his life. These include:

Addiction to “Rock n Roll”.

The fear of 1951 Buicks.

Penguins dancing in the Antarctic.

His own interesting take on being bullied by a teacher.

In addition he will cover a mixture of genres with his own unique style.

Lewis lives in Boscombe, Bournemouth and attends Bournemouth Boys Grammar. He has only been playing piano for 4 years but practices for over an hour a day as he would love to make a career as a musician. He is also a keen Kick Boxer and massive fan of Jerry Lee Lewis..

Further information

http://www.lewisjordanbrown.com

mail@lewisjordanbrown.com

or contact Dave Brown 01202 397543 or 07866 917618


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