Interpret Escanaba Bluesman “Smiley Lewis” and The Grand Rapids Connection Compiled by Kim Rush; based heavily... Steve Yankee and Smiley Lewis in 2003 “At that time, he was dealing with even more health problems. ... Direktlink | Download Plastikman Joe R lewis White label Promo Omar S Humanoid Russ Gabriel CCO... 2006 Smiley Lewis , born Overton Lemon, was, possibly, from Texas. This track was recorded in New Orleans... Original by Smiley Lewis 1954 Smiley Lewis Sung by Smiley Lewis, Big Mamou sounds less like a song of desertion and its sad consequences than a... Jay Lewis To publicize this show, Gene Smiltneck designed this large poster which included photographs and... ____________________________________________________________________________________________________... Steve “Doc” Yankee c. 1976 Keyboard player and vocalist Steve “Doc” Yankee comes from a long line of... Smiley Lewis / I Hear You Knocking The Best Of Playgirl is based loosely on Big Mama Thorton's Hound Dog but with a more up-tempo beat, released... Beeinflusst von Little Richard Lloyd Price Dave Bartholomew Smiley Lewis Fats Domino ... Beeinflusst von Little Richard Lloyd Price Dave Bartholomew Smiley Lewis Fats Domino ... © 2003 Daniel J.S. Lewis. All rights reserved. Return to drawings page Beeinflusst von Little Richard Lloyd Price Dave Bartholomew Smiley Lewis Fats Domino ... Grain silos behind the old I.O.O.F. Hall (left) and Site of the former Rhodes Drug Store (right) Bacon Fat: left to right are: Steve Yankee, Smiley Lewis, Gary Everling and Kim Rush at Grand... Back to Thumbnails How to Order The Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll 'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe... The Best of Smiley Lewis - I hear you knocking (some songs were recorded by Fats too) 1995 US... Smiley Lewis The Union Street Boogie Band; left to right are Steve Yankee, Woody (rhythm guitar), James D. Lewis... Michael (Smiley) Lewis, Brian (Bluie) Calder and Graham Hedley (l-r) receive Certificates Of... Jay Lewis and Roz Ryan Photos » Photostream Grain silos behind the old I.O.O.F. Hall (left) and Site of the former Rhodes Drug Store (right) Lexington Project included, from left, Bill Morrison, Jim Heric, John Heric and Jim Lewis.