Jazz drummer Ben Perowsky was created and raised in NEW YORK; as a teenager he performed behind his dad, bop saxophonist Frank Perowsky, before shifting to back again everyone from Roy Ayers to Wayne Moody to Rickie Lee Jones. An alumnus from the Lounge Lizards, through the middle-’80s Perowsky also co-founded the avant-fusion combo Shed Tribe, later growing into indie rock and roll (the Elysian Areas) and electronica (Liminal); in 1997, he shaped the Ben Perowsky Trio with tenor saxophonist Chris Rate and bassist Scott Colley. The combo’s self-titled debut recording adopted on Jazz Crucial two years later on. He united along with his dad, Frank, in 2002 for Bop on Pop, an recording also offering organist Sam Yahel and released on Jazz Crucial.
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|Brooklyn's Finest||2009||soloist: drums - as Ben Perowski|
|What Just Happened||2008||musician|
|Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby||2006||musician - uncredited|
|The Backyardigans||2004||TV Series musician - 1 episode|
|State and Main||2000||musician: drums|
|A Brother's Kiss||1997||musician: drums|
|Altman||2014||Documentary performer: "Let's Begin Again"|
|Modulations||1998||Documentary performer: "Trash Can Drums"|
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