b. 26 June 1947, Cape City, South Africa. Abrahams became known 1st for his capability as a vocalist. From age 13 he sang with regional organizations, but by the first 70s he was founded like a drummer and percussionist, frequently support vocal and dance organizations. While dealing with a trio in Swaziland, Abrahams followed the American performers Sarah Vaughan and Nancy Wilson. In 1975, Abrahams relocated to London where he used several English rings including Ronnie Scott’s, along with members from the expatriate South African community, specifically Dudu Pukwana and Chris McGregor. In the first 80s, Abrahams created his own music group, District Six, called following a sector of Cape City, which has effectively worked well at fusing African folk styles with European affects. The group’s persistence and effort paid, allowing a elegance and drive uncommon in a device that retains its regional identification. Abrahams acknowledges the affects of Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, and McGregor and admires the drumming of Artwork Blakey, Maximum Roach and Jack port DeJohnette. He’s also a instructor and works regular workshops, frequently together with District Six.
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