Besides all the pages dedicated to Jeannie there is a wealth of information contained in pages dedicated to other matters that simply mention her in some small way. Read on and find a surprisingly rich internet presence.
If you have any links to Jeannie on the net that I haven't found send them to me. At this point I'm only accepting net links, but if you have other information that isn't on the net yet why don't you make a page with the information on it and then send me a link?
I will only put material in this section if it doesn't make it to Jeannies own page first, so check Jeannies own gig guide for future shows. http://www.jeannielewis.com
This hasn't made it onto Jeannies page yet and I can't find an internet link for it, so thank you Cathi for letting me know!Kings X arts festival
David Davies performing 'FINCHIE' is a tribute to the legendary actor Peter Finch in his Sydney years, and his dreams of turning the Mercury Theatre into the National Theatre Company of Australia. We follow him on his journey from overseas to Kings Cross to the formation of the Mercury Theatre Company. David Davies is a NIDA graduate who has been a member of the Bell Shakespeare Company for the last 5 years. He was last seen as King Edward the 4th in Bells The War of the Roses and in his one man show HYDE/FINCHIE at the TAP gallery.
'FLOTSAM' -- Ken Foux, Gary Ross and Peter Urquhart play a series of folk and acoustic song arrangements and improvisations. The vibrant sounds of 6 string and 12 string guitar, violin and voices complement arrangements of 'Under the Milky way', 'Khe Sanh', 'Caroline', and 'Angie'.
'The Canyon of the hidden jewels', composed by Peter Urquhart, is a trio for alto voice (performed by the amazing Jeannie Lewis), baritone and piano and contains movements of the latin Mass -- 'Sanctus', 'Benedictus', 'Agnus Dei' and 'Pie Jesu'. The piece fuses tones and modes of of different musical periods to create an inspiring and timeless experience.
Admission: $10 ($5 Concession).
Jeannie went to the Cobargo Folk Festival, 24th-26th February 2006! http://www.cobargofolkfestival.com/
Margret Roadknight & Jeannie Lewis Concert 18-Mar-2006 8:00pm to 9:00pm, Christ Church Fellowship Centre, Terralong St, Kiama http://www2b.abc.net.au/abcdiary/event.asp?id=65608&display=fromtoday&gatewayid=2 &presdir=local%2Fillawarra&category=illawarra&PageRec=0
Sunday, 26th March 2006, 5pm, Dickson Space as part of the Inner West Cultural Services Accoustically Sunday http://www.ar.com.au/~iwcs/acc_sunday.html
Nueva Trova - Cafe Carnivale returns to La Pena
25 Jun 2006, The Sound Lounge, Seymour Centre cnr City Rd & Cleveland St Chippendale
We journey back to La Peña, the famous Latin American music club of Newtown in the 1980s. Some of the stars of La Peña, who are also Café Carnivale favourites, perform music of Latin America and original compositions, solo and in collaboration. Featuring Juan Carlos Rios, Mary Jane Field, Jorge do Prado, Ricardo Andino and Jeannie Lewis.
Margret Roadknight, Jeannie Lewis & Marango
27 Jul 2006, The Sound Lounge, Seymour Centre cnr City Rd & Cleveland St Chippendale
A special evening crossing contemporary music of many continents. The stellar line-up features performances by two of Australia’s leading female singers – Margret RoadKnight followed by Jeannie Lewis. The night finishes with Marango, a trio of Juan Carlos Rios, Olympia Karanges and Raul Bassa, combining marimba, charango, panpipes, drums & guitar.
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