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John G. Lewis & The Electrokoustic Band – Be Thankful For What You Got (William DeVaughn Cover)


This spotlight features my friend John Lewis covering one of my favorite songs from my youth growing up in Washington, DC.  Sit back, relax and enjoy!  William DeVaughn would be proud.

John G. Lewis & The Electrokoustic Band featuring John G. Lewis is a singer and guitarist with a silky voice and with amazing fluency on guitar. He has developed a hybrid guitar/bass sound and playing technique that produces a lush full sound to accompany his soulful tenor vocals. A linguist by training and a musician by choice, John sings in English, French, and Portuguese and performs an eclectic repertoire of Jazz, Classic R&B, and Pop Classics that he refers to as a “Neo-Lounge mix.” His music is an elegant sound track for wine, romance, and passion. He performs as a soloist and with his duo and trio.

To continue getting your groove on and to learn more about John Lewis and the Electrokoustic Band, click here to visit his official website.

When I think about John Lewis, “cool is, as cool does.”  Gary A. Johnson, Publisher, Black Men In

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