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Stewart Lewis is a songwriter who lives in New York City. Stewart’s songs are a soulful blend of pop and folk and have been featured on show’s such as Ghost Whisperer, MTV’s Laguna Beach, Joan of Arcadia, Dawson’s Creek, Biggest Loser, and the 20th Century Fox feature film Firehouse Dog. Recently, Stewart has become the very first artist signed to the Here! TV Network and Regent Entertainment. http://www.stewartlewis.com/
After a move to Colorado, Reed launched Acoustic Junction in 1989, which developed a cult following in the jamband era of the 90s. The band released six albums, a collaboration with Graham Nash, and was signed to Capricorn Records and later Mercury Records. But 10 years into Acoustic Junction, Reed’s son, Jaden was born and his father succumbed to a battle with cancer, leading him to leave his tour on the road. Reed found a new kind of success in short trips once or twice a year to Los Angeles, New York and Nashville that earned him placements on the silver screen, television, and commercials. He then would go on to make three solo records: Spark (2004), Stoned Beautiful (2007), and Once an Ocean (2009).
Country legend Lee Ann Womack’s September 2014 release leads with his song “Fly.” And the industry insiders who licensed, placed, and collaborated with Reed while he stayed home are already calling him about the what they’re hearing from his next record: Lost in the West. Lost in the West is a soundtrack for the invisible cinema of the mind. It features seven songs combining Reed’s powerful lyrics and vocal performance set against wide-open landscapes painted with Stratocaster and Wurlitzer. The choices Reed has made earned him the respect of his industry peers on one hand, and his loved-ones on the other. The release of Lost in the West, and a new hunger to return to the road, heralds the beginning of a new chapter for Reed. http://www.reedfoehl.net/