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Abebe Lewis is Hosting a TOAST! to the Miami New Times Influential People of 2013

2013 – New Times Miami People Issue Celebration Ave, Miami, FL, 33130 on Wednesday, December 18th

Remy presents the NewTimes Miami People Issue Celebration. The New Times Miami People Issue Celebration will be held at Black Bird Ordinary, located at 729 SW 1st. The New Times Miami People Issue dedicated a full issue to 30 of Miami’s most influential and diverse professionals in South Florida. Guest will enjoy the sounds of a live band lead by famous musical coordinator Big D. Surprise celebrity guest and athletes will be in attendance to congratulate the professionals being honored. Here is a preview of the professionals featured:

• Abebe Lewis- Circle House Studios

• Brianna Perry- Hip Hop Artist/Atlantic Records

• Coach Al Golden- Miami Hurricane’s Coach (UM)

• Trina Robinson- NBC Anchor

• Nina Compton- Top Chief- Bravo contestant

• Ria Michelle- Worldly Fashionista

and Many more, don’t miss out on this special occasion.

[Photo Recap] Inner Circle & Circle House Studios Honored at December Art Basel in Miami.

Recently at the highly touted Art Basel event, Inner Circle and Circle House Studios were honored by the Ted Lucas Foundation , for their everlasting commitment to Miami its culture, community and promoting excellence around the greater Miami area. Check out photos from this historic event above. Shout out to Michele Spense-Jones and Grey Goose for providing us with a wonderful evening and event.

Abebe Lewis, son of Inner Circles Ian Lewis was named to miami New times issue of Miami’s Influential People. Check out the Article

Abebe Lewis, Sound Magnate

A typical day with recording studio magnate Abebe Lewis might include coordinating a limo ride from the Delano for Miley Cyrus, facilitating strip club accommodations for Puerto Rican rap star Ñengo Flow, sending an intern to pick up cigars for Waka Flocka, booking afternoon studio time for Will Smith, and finding the right mixing engineer for Rick Ross.

And that’s all before breakfast. Because the music business is alive and well at Circle House, the iconic North Miami studio Lewis owns and operates. Read more