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Patterson Rapp Duo at Travinia

August 2, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Tonight, guitarist Greg Patterson and flugelhorn player Mark Rapp, will sub for the great saxophonist Dante Lewis at Travinia Italian Kitchen.

Most fridays, however, enjoy the soulful sounds of one of SC’s most gifted saxophonists Dante Lewis! Set in an elegant, yet warm and inviting setting, Dante Lewis plays the best in smooth jazz, R&B and soul jazz. Enjoy great food and incredible wines while your ears are treated to the sweet sounds of Dante Lewis.

About Dante Lewis

In addition to the Low Country Jazz Festival where he met
Nick Colionne, Lewis has performed at other high profile
venues, including opening for Jonathan Butler as part of
the Charlotte, NC jazz series in 2013, the Cool Jazz Cruise
(via a private promoter) and Charlotte’s Bearden Birthday
Bash, headlining the event along with rising contemporary
jazz stars Elan Trotman and Oli Silk. Closer to home, he has
held court these past five years every Friday night at the
popular restaurant Travinia’s. The saxophonist has also
performed on stage with numerous R&B and contemporary
jazz greats, including Boney James, Ashford and Simpson,
Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Kirk Whalum, Norman Brown,
Will Donato, Paul Jackson Jr, Pieces of a Dream, Angela
Winbush, Mighty Clouds of Joy, Lamar Campbell, Daniel
D, and Marvin Sapp. He has performed in Columbia at The
Rowan Arts Festival, The Koger Center, Township Auditorium
and Midland’s Tech Theatre, in Omaha, Nebraska at Metro
Community College and opened a show for Kirk Whalum at
Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, North Carolina.
On the gospel side, he performs at churches everywhere
from North Carolina and Georgia to Indiana, and performs
at the Newburgh Seminary graduation every spring.

Learn more: http://dantelewismusic.com

Dante Lewis

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August 2, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Columbia, SC 29201 United States


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