Image courtesy of WEAVE Presents | D’Vonne Lewis will perform a special concert, joined by two special guests, at Rolling Bay Hall at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15.

Image courtesy of WEAVE Presents | D’Vonne Lewis will perform a special concert, joined by two special guests, at Rolling Bay Hall at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15.

Seattle jazz titan to rock Rolling Bay hall

D’Vonne Lewis, who “just might be the most talented musician in Seattle,” according to The Stranger, will perform a special concert, joined by two special guests, at Rolling Bay Hall at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15.

The show is produced and arranged by WEAVE Presents, a Bainbridge-based a nonprofit performing arts and education organization, and is reportedly the first of four showcases set to feature Lewis.

“WEAVE invited D’Vonne to curate four performances at Rolling Bay Hall throughout 2020,” said executive director Liza Pascal. “For his first show, he will be joined by pianist Marc Seales and bass player Michael Glynn and we couldn’t be more thrilled.

“Come join us for a night of true Seattle jazz in an intimate listening room environment.”

Lewis is a well known figure in the world of Seattle music.

From The Stranger: “Raised by a family with deep roots in Seattle’s black American musical tradition, Lewis, a jazz drummer and the founder of the quartet Industrial Revelation, is not only a highly refined drummer, a drummer who has a complete command of his instrument, but also a drummer who has somehow managed to preserve at the core of his technical brilliance something that is like the initial, primal pleasure of the act of beating.”

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Admission is $20 per person in advance, $25 at the door. Visit www.weavepresents.org to learn more and purchase.

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