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Ronnie Lewis

Ronnie Lewis graduated from Stoughton High School. He began his singing career in high school with the Lordsmen, moving on as a drummer with Ronnie D and the Emerald Key, and then as a lead vocalist with Tradition. Another of the Lewis and Clark Expedition's founders, Ronnie toured the United States and Canada until 1982. Ronnie has two sons, Joseph and Anthony.






Butch DiGangi

Butch DiGangi is a self-taught guitar picker who was born and raised in Stoughton. Butch began his show business career in the mid 1960's. He was the lead guitarist for Duke and the Classics with his long-time buddy Duke Lemar, who later filled the role of Jimmy Clark. Butch later worked the Boston club scene with Ritchie Dee and the Third Generation before he moved on to found the Lewis and Clark Expedition.






Bob Sproule

Bob Sproule is a versatile bass player who has been in show business for most of his life. After attending high school in East Bridgewater , Bob served his country in Vietnam and later performed with Discovery and Encore. Bob has been with Ronnie Lewis and the Expedition for twenty-two years and does many of the group's vocal arrangements.







Dennis Calnan

Dennis Calnan graduated from Whitman Hanson Regional High School. Begining his musical career with local 9 piece soul band "Utopia", Dennis later enlisted in the USMC and played with the Marine Band in San Diego CA. Upon completion of his enlistment, he joined The Lewis and Clark Expedition and toured with the band until 1982, simultaneously squeezing in a few semesters at Berklee College of Music. Dennis later worked with local original and cover band "Al Halliday and the Hurricanes" and 18-piece swing act "The Bruce Peterson Orchestra". Dennis is in his 15th year as a music instructor, providing lessons on saxophone, clarinet and flute at The Middle Street School of Music in Plymouth MA., and The Piano Mill in Rockland MA. After 30 years, Dennis rejoined his former Expedition mates, playing sax for Ronnie Lewis and the Expedition.





Doug Turet

Doug Turet got his first pair of drum sticks at age ten and played his first pro gig just five years later! Between then and joining us, he'd studied with Ben Gramm, Gary Chester and Lenny White, worked with solo artists and orchestras; with choirs, comedians, composers and cover bands in the NY, SF & Boston areas, playing classical, jazz, folk, funk, blues, soul, gospel, R&B, country, klezmer, classic rock and heavy metal, taught hundreds of drum students and played and/or recorded with dozens of artists, including Gerry Stafford, Mission of Blues, Chuck Mangione, ImprovBoston, James Montgomery and SETH.







Kevin Flaherty

Kevin Flaherty is a music lover with wide ranging tastes, hopping from Sinatra to James Taylor to Areosmith without missing a beat. Beginning his piano studies at the age of five, Kevin later added bass and drums to his toolkit. During the 80's, Kevin played with several Boston area rock and pop original and cover bands and studied voice performance and music theory under the great Catherine Carnabuci. In addition to performing with Ronnie Lewis and Expedition, Kevin works as a music instructor, photographer and video artist.


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