Jorgen Ingmar, originally from the Netherlands, worked his way through the Conservatory of Music as a drummer by playing live as well as in the studio, all over Europe. With nothing but his CD Maple drum set and his Zildjian cymbals he left the Netherlands in 1994 and moved to Los Angeles to pursue his musical career. Now, nine years later, he can be found in studios and clubs all over Los Angeles, working on albums, soundtracks, and demos of many producers, artists, and singer/songwriters, and has worked with artists such as Stevie Wonder, Neil Larson, Candy Dulfer and many many more...
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