900 seconds warmly welcomes Nabedi Osorio of Miami and L.A.
Nabedi Osorio began playing drums at the age of 13 and received her first kit at 16. Now, at the age of 32, she is accomplished in the styles of Drum-n-Bass, Alternative Rock, Punk Rock, Hip Hop, Funk, Traditional Cuban, Bossa Nova, Samba, Soul, R&B, Reggae, Early Period music, and Pop. With influences ranging from Sheila E, No Doubt, Bjork, Rush, Interpol, James Brown, Roni Size, Nina Simone, and Bob Marley, Nabedi’s style takes on the many musical influences, while honing her award winning signature sound for which the Miami New Times has deemed her the 2007 MVP in the local music scene.
Her biggest influence comes from her Cuban Mexican roots, spawning from a musical family that dates back to her internationally touring Grandfather who played traditional Cuban Jazz for a living and thus paved the musical pathway that Nabedi was to follow.
Nabedi currently plays with Alana Chirino. (See video link below) and has contributed her drumming to some of Miami’s great bands, including: The State Of, She Said, Rachel Goodrich and the Grrls, Afrobeta, BFGF, The artist named BITCH, Generica, Mohagony, AKA, and Karma. Her tours have taken her from Germany to New York City to Los Angeles and she has showcased at venues such as CBGB’s , The Vans Warped Tour, various renaissance festivals, the Women’s Music and Cultural Festival, Michigan’s Womyns-fest, SXSW, Various Pride Festivals including Toronto Canada, and many more.
Nabedi’s uses: Tama StarClassic drums, Sabian cymbals, Regal, and Pearl hardware.
Music can be purchased/downloaded on iTunes for both The State Of and Alana Chirino
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