|Birth Day:||March 22, 1984|
|Birth Place:||Toronto, Canada|
Canadian drummer who has worked with musical acts like Snarky Puppy and Fred Hammond. He has also worked on his own original music which has been described as a mix of Afro and Latin Caribbean sounds, R&B, soul, and funk.
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He studied at Humber college and was the 2004 recipient of the Oscar Peterson Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music, the highest award given by the institution.
Lewis’ explosive performance on Snarky Puppy's 2014 album We Like It Here helped propel the band leading to their Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance. He also played on the group's 2016 album Culcha Vulcha, which won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album.
Lewis attended Humber College, where he was the 2004 recipient of the Oscar Peterson Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music, the highest award given by the institution. Lewis was featured on the cover of the September 2016 issue of Modern Drummer magazine, alongside fellow Snarky Puppy drummers Robert “Sput” Searight and Jason “JT” Thomas. In 2017 Lewis was named one of the Top 35 artists under 35 by CBC Music, and also received the award for Emerging Jazz Artist from the Ontario Arts Foundation. Lewis served as musical director for a performance during the Toronto International Film Festival's premiere of the critically acclaimed documentary Quincy, about famed producer Quincy Jones, where he led performances from the likes of Yebba Smith, Mark Ronson, and Chaka Khan.
In 2018 Lewis released his first solo album In The Moment, on which he played bass, drums, guitar, keyboards, melodica, percussion, piano, synthesizer and vocals, in addition to writing and producing.
Currently, Larnell Lewis is 37 years, 4 months and 4 days old. Larnell Lewis will celebrate 38th birthday on a Tuesday 22nd of March 2022.
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