Lou Rogai is an artist, songwriter, and composer. His voice and vision resonate throughout Lewis & Clarke's signature sound of lush, long-form art-folk compositions.
The name references the fellowship and correspondence between C.S. Lewis and Arthur C. Clarke, not the 19th-century explorers. Upon his first release in 2003, Magnet magazine christened Rogai "a gifted newcomer". He has since released albums on his own imprint in a fiercely independent manner, steadily and quietly growing a loyal following while exploring his own musical path. After touring throughout the US & Europe and an array of releases, he continues to work on his own terms and create music as an unaffected experience. His music connects with the human condition through themes of birth, growth, aspiration, conflict, and mortality. Rogai was the subject of a 2014 episode of Weathervane Music's 'Shaking Through' documentary series which detailed his mission and process. His work has been lauded by major music publications, and in heavy rotation on NPR's 'All Things Considered' for over a decade. He is currently at work completing a new Lewis & Clarke LP, writing, collaborating, and producing. He lives and works in Pennsylvania, USA, near a river between two mountains.