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Jay Bellerose is an American drummer and percussionist known primarily for his session and live performance work. He has contributed to the work of many well-known artists.
Bellerose is a native of Maine.A jazz enthusiast, he attended the Berklee College of Music where he worked with Paula Cole, Torsten de Winkel and others, and eventually ended up in Los Angeles where he was part of Joe Henry's band.
Bellerose has been influenced by blues and jazz, and his sound is in part derived from his vintage 1940s Slingerland Rolling Bomber kit.Bellerose often performs with shakers strapped to his ankles. He often uses a shallow 32-inch bass drum.
Bellerose is a member of the Band of Sweethearts, which includes Brad Meinerding (guitar), Eric Heywood (pedal steel guitar), and Bellerose's long-time partner, Jennifer Condos (bass). They frequently accompany Over the Rhine and other artists.
Bellerose performed on the 2007 Raising Sand album by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss and supported them on tour in 2008.
With Larry Goldings and David Piltch
With Adam Levy
With Dennis Brennan
With Paula Cole
With Donna De Lory
With Rhiannon Giddens
With Joe Henry
With Elton John
With Hugh Laurie
With Aimee Mann
With Alexi Murdoch
With Nina Nastasia
With Over the Rhine
With Madeline Peyroux
With Sam Phillips
With Punch Brothers
With Bonnie Raitt
With Pal Shazar
With Duncan Sheik
With Regina Spektor
With Dave Stringer
With Allen Toussaint
With Suzanne Vega
With Kenny White
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