DOWNLOAD OUR NEW RECORDINGS:  The Ladies Auxiliary Ukulele Orchestra just put the finishing touches on a three song recording.  You can support us by downloading our songs at

IRELAND: Our trip to Ireland was wonderful…Here’s what one fellow traveller had to say:

Would not change a thing. Our small group of kindred spirits worked extremely well. With Bernice attracting her lovely fans and as our common thread, we jelled better than any other tour I’ve been on. The meals included in the cost were wonders. I’m a finicky eater and each hotel worked with me to provide an “eat later” meal as I practice eating intermittent meals—16 hours between dinner and breakfast. Religiously following this plan, I was stunned to find I lost a pound on the trip. And I had huge sirloin steaks two nights. Woot!

Favorite parts of the tour: Skibbereen and The Famine Heritage, small stone circle and Bernice’s singing there; moonlight kayaking in phosphorescent waters, the concert at St. James’ Church in Dingle, our visit to Inish Oir exploration, guided walk on The Burren with a visit to an isolated holy well.

Drop a line if you’d like to join us in 2021!

MY DAUGHTER’S COUNTRY:  Mariah first heard this song that I wrote on a mix CD in the car.  I had no idea that she’d never heard it.  It’s about bringing her home from Romania in 2000.  She insisted that I relearn it and start performing it.  I went one further and built an iMovie around it.

SONGS AND SURVIVAL: An iBerkshires interview by Bellamy Richardson

UKULELES:  We are thrilled to have been featured again in The Albany Times Union!

You can still check us out in the 7/16/17’s Berkshire Eagle!

DREAMING ON LOCATION: My first published book of poetry…only a few copies left.  You can purchase a copy for $12 & shipping here.

GRAND CANYON:  Our May 2021 trip is currently full.  Drop a line to be on the waiting list.

MY DAY JOB:  Check out this wonderful article in The Williams College Record.

GOING DOWN GRAND:  I’m thrilled to have one of my canyon poems included in this amazing collection! Going Down Grand, the first full-length anthology of Grand Canyon poetry, gathers the voices of cowboys, explorers, river-runners,hikers, artists, geologists, rangers, and others whose words bear witness to this complex and magnificent place. For readers on the river, the trails, the rim, or beyond, the poems on these pages will make fine canyon company.  Order from Lithic Press.

SONGWRITING BLOG:  Jamie Anderson, good friend and supreme performer/road warrior, recently invited me to be a guest contributor to her blog.  Have a look!

YOU TUBE:  Videos! Hope you enjoy! Wings by Bernice Lewis Filmed at The Booth Theater in Danville, PA. Thanks to Bob Drake, you can also catch an impromptu breakfast performance of In The Band at Kerrville Folk Festival’s infamous Camp Coho, featuring Gina Forsyth, Charlie Roth, Gary Martin, Dennis Dougherty, Amy Kucharik and many others.

ACOUSTIC LIVE: I was honored to be the subject a feature article in Acoustic Live, a wonderful music publication out of NYC.

SIRIUS SUBSCRIBERS: I had the shock of my life (OK, that’s an exaggeration)  when I received a check over $150 in airplay royalties.  Up until now, my quarterly royalties for airplay have been under $5.  If you are a Sirius subscriber, please drop them a note to request more Bernice Lewis!  Then you’ll be able to say you helped put my daughter through school!

PANDORA:  Checks & Love Letters is on Pandora! In the 2014 Top Albums and Song Folk Music Radio Airplay Chart, Checks & Love Letters tying with Dolly Parton at 90 out of 600 listings!

PODCASTS:  Check out Mariah and I being interviewd by Janet Feld.  Episode 5 at Janet’s Planet Radio Hour on True 2 You Radio

Songwriting BlogJamie Anderson, good friend and supreme performer/road warrior, recently invited me to be a guest contributor to her blog.  Have a look!

Webcast: You can still catch the After Dinner LIVE  concert. A special thanks to Tom and Robin Romeo at Wherefore Arts, their crew, and my special in studio audience for this webcast!

Interview: Folk DK Mark Michealis has posted an interview WGDR, a free-format community radio station from the campus of Goddard College in Vermont.

Archives: I was offered the honor of having my work archived at the Southwest Collection at Texas Technical University in Lubbock. I have always felt fortunate to be able to tour my music in Texas, a state that was takes their love of music seriously. I love to think about my writings and recordings living on in the wild west.