George English Greene III, 1943 born in Mobile, Alabama, started his musical career already with the age of 9 years. With the “Heartbreakers”, consisting of his classmates from highschool, he played throughout the Southern States like Alabama, Florida and especially New Orleans during schooltime.

Beginning of the sixties he came over to Germany as GI with the 24th Division Band in Augsburg. Very fast he found his way into the Munich music scene and after a short time he was well known as a top live-drummer all over Europe.

After military service 1973 he stayed in Germany and worked as a session-drummer. Soon afterwards he founded his own band, also playing with many other groups too.

From 1979 till 1982 he studied at the university of Maryland.

Because of his high qualification he had the opportunity to accompany many great stars on there Europe-tours e.g.Salamon Burke, Nina Simone, Ray Charles, George Benson, Kenny Moore, Dorothy Hightower, The Stars of Faith, The Barret Sisters, Chuck Berry and many more.

He also appeared on most of all European Blues-, Gospel- and Jazz-Festivals throughout Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Holland and in many other countries and on many other stages.

His vocal talent has also been developed to be recognized as a tribute to the blues.

George also appeared on many television acts with his own band. With the ability of the all around job as a band-leader, composer, drummer, text-writer, vocalist and co-producer he has finally made after many years a greater name for himself.

His band plays throughout Swing, Jazz from Al Jarreau to Duke Ellington, Soul and R&B such as Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Ray Charles, Lou Rawls, James Brown and B.B.King.

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