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Jeremy Gaddie

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Jeremy Gaddie
Jeremy L. Gaddie in 2015
Background information
Birth nameJeremy L. Gaddie
Born (1976-09-18) September 18, 1976 (age 47)
Houston, Texas
GenresJazz, R'n'B, Pop

Jeremy L. Gaddie (18 September 1976, Houston, Texas) is an American drummer and music producer.


Known as a drummer and all around musician, Jeremy began playing drums as early as 5 years old in his father’s church. Later in his high school jazz band, he received numerous awards for his works that lead to a full scholarship to New York’s The New School for Contemporary and Jazz Studies. Where he studied under greats such as Chico Hamilton and Bernard Purdie as well as many others. Since then, he’s gone on to tour and record with many of the world’s finest artists. In the words of Jeremy himself, “There is no secret to living a dream, only hard work.”


1990-1994 MacArthur Senior High School (Houston)

1994-1995 The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Studies (New York, New York)

Work experience[edit]

1997- Present:  Jalange Productions (CEO)

1997-1998: Harry Belafonte (drummer)

1998-2000: Roy Ayers (drummer)

2000-2000: Alicia Keys (drummer)

2000-2001: Angelique Kidjo (drummer)

2000-2008: Hiram Bullock [1](drummer/co-writer)

2009-Present: The Village Underground /Comedy Cellar (drummer)

2004-Present *ASCAP Writer/Publisher Member

Records & TV[2][edit]

Hiram Bullock- ESC Records (2006)

Angelique Kidjo - Jules Holland BBC (2000)

Richard Bona [3] - Sony, Summer Tour (1999)

Alex Bugnon - Narada Records (2000)

Roy Ayers - BET on Jazz (1998)

Kim Burrell - Try Me Again (1995)

Backstreet Boys - The View, VH1 20yr Anniversary (2013)

Vitamin C -Tonight Show w/Jay Leno (1999)

98 Degrees - Rachael Ray Show (2013)

Michael Che Matters - Netflix (2016)

This Week at the Comedy Cellar - Comedy Central (2019,2020)

Cypha Sounds - Tidal (2015)

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