About D’Vonne Lewis
D’Vonne Lewis is a self-taught drummer with a background in gospel, funk, and rhythm and blues. Lewis graduated from Seattles Roosevelt High School where he has received numerous high school jazz band awards, including outstanding soloist at the Essentially Ellington Jazz Festival for the years of 2000, 2001, and 2002. In early 2007, he was awarded the Seattle Jazz, Earshot Jazz Golden Ear Award for Emerging Artist of 2006. Lewis has performed with Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Marian McPartland, guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, vocalist Dee Daniels, jazz clarinetist Eddie Daniels, Larry Fuller, and out-sax titan Charles Gayle. Lewis plays in several bands around the puget sound exploring a broad range of music styles including jazz, funk, African, Brazilian, hip-hop, and r&b. In the fall of 2004, the D’Vonne Lewis Quintet was featured at the Earshot Jazz Festival. He now leads his own quartet, Industrial Revelation; and his own trio Triplication. D’Vonne is a regular member of Marc Seales’ Quintet; Skerik/Doria “McTuff”Quartet;(a tribute band to Jack McDuff) Seattle’s soul queen Choklate; Seattle’s Blue Scholars; and last but not least, the Hadley Caliman Quartet.
Dark Star Orchestra confirmed their New Year’s Run 2019 – 2020 and added a second leg to their fall tour.
Vampire Weekend was joined by Christone “Kingfish” Ingram for a cover of Neil Young’s classic “Vampire Blues” during their show last night in Austin.
The Disco Biscuits confirmed details of their New Year’s Run 2019 which will be the final concerts held at the PlayStation Theater in New York City.
The New Deal started rolling out Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 tour dates.
Phish issued a statement regarding the camping, parking and vending restrictions now in place at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park due to a plague outbreak.