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Date:
October 1, 2020
Time:
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location:
Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts' Facebook Page
Address:
110 West Finney Avenue
Suffolk, VA 23434
Cost:
$10 in-person seating / FB Live is Free
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Together on Stage: Lewis McGhee

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Join the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts for their concert series, Together On Stage at the Center, and welcome Lewis McGhee on Thursday, October 1, 2020. This FREE music concert series allows the community to watch performances in the comfort of their own homes, “virtually like being here.” Sponsored by Suffolk Tourism.

We are now offering a live/virtual hybrid format to these shows to include a small live audience while live-streaming to Facebook. In-person seating is now available and limited to 100 people, with plenty of room to social distance in the 530 seat Birdsong Theater. Together on Stage tickets are $10 / performance.


Lewis McGehee began playing guitar in his birth town of Richmond VA at the very early age of 7. By age 11, he was already performing with many local bands as both a rhythm and lead guitarist. At age 15 he moved to Fredericksburg VA where he continued to play music as a hobby throughout his high school years. He excelled at running and received a track scholarship to attend the College of William and Mary where he graduated with a B.A. degree in Philosophy. It was during his college years that he switched from electric to acoustic guitar and began his journey as a singer/songwriter. Upon graduation, Lewis moved to Miami and held down a house gig in a North Miami Beach night club. During this Miami stent, he joined forces with a New Jersey native, Joey George. The two took off for New York and while performing in New York’s Greenwich Village, Lewis and Joey were “discovered” by Terry Cashman and Tommy West (Jim Croce’s producers) and subsequently signed a record deal with Lifesong Records.