Sevylla del Mazo

Sevylla del Mazo is a full-time, third generation musician, teaching artist, mother, and founder of the Roots & Rhythms Cultural Arts Program, which has been featured on Austin’s PBS station, Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls, and Austin Monthly Magazine. She has been on stage with Perry Farrell of Jane’s Addiction; has opened for Aaron Neville, Strunz and Farrah, Jose Feliciano, Earl Klugh, and The Rippingtons with jazz trio Acoustic Jungle. In addition to her work with the Drum Cafe, her most current project is as a member of four-time Austin Music Award winners, HardProof Afrobeat, sharing the stage with George Clinton and P-Funk, Thievery Corporation, and the Black Pumas. When she’s not playing drums, you can find her in the garden.

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