“Master / Class speaks to my commitment to being a student of the greats everyone from Duke Ellington to Quincy Jones to Harry Belafonte and master of my own sense of class,” explains Dannis Winston about his debut EP. Master / Class is a reflection of Dannis’ journey thus far as a singer/songwriter, creating a music career managing nine bands and performing music around the globe for crowds of 50 to 500 with his company, Dannis Winston Presents.
In addition to the release of Master / Class Dannis is one of the fresh faces of Brooklyn Community Services “ONE Brooklyn Community Campaign” to bring awareness to the 150 year-old non-profit organization providing services to the men, women and children of diverse Brooklyn, NY.
Sunday, October 2, 2016, Doors: 6pm
Performance: 7:30 and 9:00 pm
Minton’s, 206 W. 118th Street (bet. Adam Clayton Powell Blvd and St. Nicholas Avenue), New York, NY 10026, www.mintonsharlem.com
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