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June 11 2021
The Revolver Club
Written By The Revolver Club - June 11 2021
Born in Bombay, Adrian D’souza started his musical pursuits at the age of five, performing on national radio and television. After getting a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the Bombay University, he joined the Louis Banks Quartet.In 1998 he was offered the drummers seat in American Jazz vocalist / educator Roseanna Vitro's trio. Since then there has been no looking back. New York offered him a chance to study and play with some of the best musicians in the NY tri state area.While gigging in Memphis once, he met Peter Erskine (of Weather Report) at the University of Memphis and was quick to study with him. D'souza has shared the band stand with Roseanna Vitro, Eddie Gomez, Art Davis, Gary Bartz and Mark Soskin to name a few. As a side man, he has recorded on nineteen albums. Some of them alongside Roseanna Vitro, Eddie Gomez, Fred Hersch, Chris Potter and Chieli Minucci.His debut Jazz album 'It’s About Time' recorded in USA - produced, engineered and mastered by Paul Wickliffe, features Roseanna Vitro, Don Braden, Allen Farnham, Chieli Minucci and Bob Bowen.Back to Mumbai in 2006, Adrian D’souza performed with Al Jarreau, George Duke, Earl Klugh and Ravi Coltrane for the VH1 Jazz Masters at Mumbai’s Gateway of India. Besides performing with the Symphony Orchestra of India at the NCPA, D’souza has also performed with the 'Maribor Philharmonic Orchestra' featuring Roseanna Vitro in Slovenia, and was invited by the 'World Philharmonic Jazz Orchestra and big band' to perform in South Africa for the United Nations - World Summit on Sustainable Development.As a composer, D'souza has composed theme songs, Channel IDs, promos and jingles extensively. His debut pop single Livin’ It Up On My Own featuring Neuman Pinto is available on all digital audio platforms. He also released a new track Never Let It Go with Neuman Pinto on 3rd June.D'souza fronts his own band The Adrian D’souza Trio, and also plays as a session’s drummer at other gigs, some including Bollywood. He is also brand ambassador for Zildjian.