Singer-songwriter, Allen Levi, has presented thought provoking programs for thousands of people across the U.S. since 1996.
Allen Levi has played for audiences of all descriptions, sharing a colorful and sometimes whimsical perspective on life through songs that celebrate the small moments of everyday experience.
His music offers a reflective and unhurried consideration of our accidental roads, our happy lightenings, our open windows, the people in our towns, the movement of our moments, the games we play and the things we are leaving behind.
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"church of the fully fantastically fallen"
When Allen Levi’s brother Gary was diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer, neither realized they were about to embark on the best year of their lives. More than mere brothers, Allen and Gary were best friends, life-long bachelors, one a lawyer turned singer-songwriter, the other a globe-trotting missions worker. Their relationship was one of rare and powerful beauty, and in this rich memoir, Levi captures the small yet telling details of a life lived to the fullest—right up to the finish line. Like Sheldon Vanauken’s A Severe Mercy, The Last Sweet Mile gives us a tale of both great loss and enduring faith, demonstrating that love is a refining fire, brotherhood a holy gift, and death itself a doorway to a wedding feast.The Last Sweet Mile is not only a testament to the life of Gary Levi, it is a testament to the hope that shaped and sustained him.
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