The FC Beat fall 2013 -  Eliot Lewis in the house by wendy logan. You’d think that when your resume starts with: “Met The Who and Jammed with Peter Frampton at age 16,” moves on to: “Worked on Tina Turner’s ‘Simply the Best’ and Joe Cocker’s ‘Unchain My Heart’ at 24,” and glides into: “Keyboard player for the top selling pop duo of all time and co-star of the music insider’s show, ‘Live from Daryl’s House’” a bunch of years later, your childhood dream of becoming a rock star would have been fulfilled. But the day Eliot Lewis saw his name in lights on the marquee at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Vegas was the day that nearly all the aspirations he’d carried with him since he was 10 years old converged in one, mind-blowing flash. Nearly.