Gergo Borlai
Gergo started playing the drums at the age of three when he heard Harvey Mason playing Hancock’s Chameleon and Joe Morello Playing Brubeck’s Take Five. Since then he's devoted his life and passion to music, performing on numerous drummer festivals and concerts. He played with Tommy Campbell, Steve Smith, Trilok Gurtu, Akira Jimbo, Hiram Bullock, Vernon Reid, L. Shankar, Bob Mintzer and Iain Ballamy. He was selected drummer of the year twice and also received two lifetime achievement awards and two “golden disc awards” one for his work as an arranger and one as a performer. In 2001 he received the Golden Drumstick Prize and in 2004 the Artisjus Lifetime Achievement Award.