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Gergo Borlai

Gergo Borlai

Gergo Borlai


I started playing the drums at the age of three when I heard Harvey Mason and Joe Morello playing Hancock’s Chameleon and Brubeck’s Take Five. I was accepted into a music school at the age of six performing these songs but mostly they were impressed by my improvisation skills. In my childhood I devoted all my time to music. The works of Weather Report, Frank Zappa, Miles Davis, Allan Holdsworth, John Scofield and John McLaughlin inspired me the most. Read more on Last.fm
I started playing the drums at the age of three when I heard Harvey Mason and Joe Morello playing Hancock’s Chameleon and Brubeck’s Take Five. I was accepted into a music school at the age of six performing these songs but mostly they were impressed by my improvisation skills. In my childhood I devoted all my time to music. The works of Weather Report, Frank Zappa, Miles Davis, Allan Holdsworth, John Scofield and John McLaughlin inspired me the most.

At the age of 12 I decided to continue learning on my own. In this time I reached a level of expertise and I took the chance to start playing in the Hungarian musical elite, a tendency that is still strong in my career. Mostly Billy Cobham, Vinnie Colaiuta, Dennis Chambers and Terry Bozzio influenced my play style. Until now I have performed on over 100 albums* of various styles.

I have contributed to several albums as an arranger and music director. Since I was a performer on numerous drummer festivals and concerts, I played with Tommy Campbell, Steve Smith, Trilok Gurtu, Akira Jimbo, Hiram Bullock, Vernon Reid, L. Shankar, Bob Mintzer and Iain Ballamy. In my country I was selected drummer of the year twice, I have two lifetime achievement awards and two “golden disc awards” one for my work as an arranger and one as a performer.

In 2001 I received the Golden Drumstick Prize and in 2004 the Artisjus Lifetime Achievement Award. So far I have released two albums, the first at the age of 17, released by BMG in 1998 titled „17”. The second one – „Sausage” – was released in 2004 by Tom Tom Records. Read more on Last.fm.

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