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Emanuel Harrold

Drummer, Producer, & Educator Born into the artistry of music by way of Stlouis Mo USA. Harrold is a multiple Grammy nominated & winning Musician. Harrold's GrandFather traveled the country singing and winning competitions along side C.Q. Ross(Diana Ross uncle). Emanuel grew up in the traditions of the African America Church. By Emanuel's Father being a pastor whilst growing up, the appetite for singing & playing instruments grew. There where many musical outlets being his Grand father's Memorial Lancers Drum and Bugle Corp, Church gatherings & Family reunions. Emanuel Grandmother on his mom side, Rose Evers was a home town great and Gospel recording artist in the 60's & 70's. Rose was inspirational being apart of Emanuel & their family musical journey. Harrold did not seriously pursue his current instrument until after High School. In Stlouis, Emanuel was involved with Off Broadway musicals with The Black Repertory Theator, traditional Jazz, HipHop, R&B aswell the local Gospel scenes. Emanuel is self taught musician and has been inspired by many great artist on his musical journey to date. He has performed or recorded in no specific order with Wynton Marsalis, Roy Hargrove, Robert Glasper, Ronnie Mathews, Keyon Harrold, Damon Auburn, Shedrick Mitchell, Marcus Strickland, Stevie Wonder, Kidz in The Hall, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Ben Oncle Soul, Gregory Porter, Ambrose Amuriscur, Revive The Live Big Band, Jonathan Baptiste , Laura Mvula to many notable artist to name in this short bio

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