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You searched for events or artists with genre Drummer.

Brad Gibson Trio

Genre: Drummer , Jazz

Freaturing Tim Kennedy and Dave Peterson 

Brad Gibson Trio

Genre: Drummer , Jazz

Freaturing Tim Kennedy and Dave Peterson 

D'Vonne Lewis Trio

Genre: Drummer , Jazz

D’Vonne Lewis, 32, is a self-taught musician/drummer/poet with a background in gospel, funk, and rhythm and blues. Lewis is the grandson of the late-great ‘Godfather of rock and roll/soul’, the Pacific Northwest’s Hall of Famer, Hammond B-3 organ legend, Dave Lewis. Because of Dave Lewis, Seattle’s 1950’s entertainment scene started on the path to desegregation.

D’Vonne graduated from Seattle’s Roosevelt High School in 2002 under the direction of Scott Brown, where he received numerous high school jazz band awards, including the Jazz at Lincoln Center Outstanding Drum Soloist winner at the Essentially Ellington Jazz Festival for the years of 2000, 2001, and 2002.

While still in high school, D’Vonne was first-call drummer to local and world-renowned artists, including Hadley Caliman; Buddy Catlett; Julian Priester; Floyd Standifer; Jay Thomas; Larry Fuller and Marc Seales, to name a few.

Lewis has also performed with Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra; pianist Marian McPartland; guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli; clarinetist Eddie Daniels; and out-sax titan Charles Gayle.

D'Vonne Lewis Trio

Genre: Drummer , Jazz

D’Vonne Lewis, 32, is a self-taught musician/drummer/poet with a background in gospel, funk, and rhythm and blues. Lewis is the grandson of the late-great ‘Godfather of rock and roll/soul’, the Pacific Northwest’s Hall of Famer, Hammond B-3 organ legend, Dave Lewis. Because of Dave Lewis, Seattle’s 1950’s entertainment scene started on the path to desegregation.

D’Vonne graduated from Seattle’s Roosevelt High School in 2002 under the direction of Scott Brown, where he received numerous high school jazz band awards, including the Jazz at Lincoln Center Outstanding Drum Soloist winner at the Essentially Ellington Jazz Festival for the years of 2000, 2001, and 2002.

While still in high school, D’Vonne was first-call drummer to local and world-renowned artists, including Hadley Caliman; Buddy Catlett; Julian Priester; Floyd Standifer; Jay Thomas; Larry Fuller and Marc Seales, to name a few.

Lewis has also performed with Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra; pianist Marian McPartland; guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli; clarinetist Eddie Daniels; and out-sax titan Charles Gayle.

Happy Orchestra Trio

Genre: Drummer , Jazz

  1. Friday, December 15 9:00 PM (21+)

Earshot Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year nominee Tarik Abouzied (Happy Orchestra) brings together a group of the city's top funk and jazz musicians for a night of groove and smiles. Hear Tarik on bass with Joe Doria (McTuff) on organ and Scott Goodwin (Andy Coe Band) on drums.

Happy Orchestra Trio

Genre: Drummer , Jazz

Earshot Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year nominee Tarik Abouzied (Happy Orchestra) brings together a group of the city's top funk and jazz musicians for a night of groove and smiles. Hear Tarik on bass with Joe Doria (McTuff) on organ and Ehssan Karimi (Ayron Jones) on drums.

Happy Orchestra Trio

Genre: Drummer , Jazz

  1. Friday, November 17 9:00 PM (21+)

Earshot Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year nominee Tarik Abouzied (Happy Orchestra) brings together a group of the city's top funk and jazz musicians for a night of groove and smiles. Hear Tarik on bass with Joe Doria (McTuff) on organ and Ehssan Karimi (Ayron Jones) on drums.

Triple Door

216 Union Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Tickets 206.838.4333