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HAPPY 50TH ANNIVERSARY, EARL AND JANIS!
Sunday, July 6, Earl and Janis celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a surprise get-together. Lewis, Laney, and Brooke planned a surprise get-together at the old Lewis Family Homeplace, where Earl and Janis got married 50 years ago. Along with family, Rev. Ficklin Guin and his wife were in attendance. Rev. Guin married Earl and Janis 50 years ago,and on this special anniversary he insisted that they renew their vows. What a special day!


    

      
        

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NEW CD
The Lewis Tradition is honored to be a part of a new recording honoring the great Ralph Stanley. "A Special Tribute to A Living Legend" is a new CD of all Ralph Stanley songs featuring tributes by: The Lewis Tradition, Nathan Stanley, Ralph Stanley II, George Jones, Vince Gill, Gene Watson, Ricky Skaggs, Don Rigsby, Naomi Judd, Ben "Cooter" Jones, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Linda Davis, Jeff Bates, and The Whites. The Lewis Tradition is singing "Dad's Old Rocky Field" which was previously recorded by Ralph a few years back. To order the CD please send check or money order for $20.00 to :
     The Lewis Tradition
      1940 Lewis Crook Rd.
      Lincolnton, GA 30817






The Lewis Tradition's debut CD Precious Memories is available. It contains several of their favorite older Lewis Family songs as well as new material. Please visit the store for information on purchasing the CD.



Please remember Miggie and Polly in your prayers. If you would like to send a card of encouragement, please send it to :
                    1635 Washington Highway
                    Lincolnton, Georgia    30817


The Lewis Tradition had the honor of performing at the Dukes of Hazzard Homecoming in Sperryville, VA on August 14, 2011. All surviving cast members, except Tom Wopat, were at the 2 day event. As a grand finale, the Lewis Tradition was joined on stage by Ben "Cooter" Jones, Stella Parton, and Rockabilly legend Sleepy LaBeef.




 

 



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