Professor Louie and the Crowmatix, live streamed from The Narrows

Posted 3/4/21

Professor Louie has emerged over his five decades in the music industry as the torch bearer of the true spirit of American Roots music. Seasoned live performer, prolific recording artist and …

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Professor Louie and the Crowmatix, live streamed from The Narrows

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Professor Louie has emerged over his five decades in the music industry as the torch bearer of the true spirit of American Roots music. Seasoned live performer, prolific recording artist and versatile multi-instrumentalist (Hammond B3 organ, piano/keyboards, accordion, vocals), Professor Louie also wears the hat of award-winning recording producer and engineer, capturing the talents of some of the worlds most highly acclaimed musicians, most notably, The Band.

WHERE: Live streamed on YouTube
WHEN: Friday, March 5; 8 p.m.
COST: free, donations appreciated
MORE INFO: Narrowscenter.org

Event Date
Friday, March 5, 2021
Event time
8:00 PM
Cost / donation
Free; donations appreciated
Contact
Narrowscenter.org

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