Paris Escovedo is a multi-talented musican, actor,
and producer, who was born in Oakland, and raised
in the Bay Area. Escovedo branded a sound all his own
called "Ghetto Jazz", a union of Urban Funk, Soul, Latin
Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Afro-Cuban Influences. The Bay Area
musician was taught by his legendary father
Thomas "Coke" Escovedo, who toured with Santana,
Co-wrote the hit "No One To Depend On" and formed
the iconic Latin Rock Soul Funk Band Azteca.
Paris has played percussion since an early age.
He was given first set of Timbales from Tito Puente.
Well known in the music industry, the International
recording artist has performed , toured, and recorded
with Grammy Award Winning artists such as
Bobby Brown, Pink, Shaun Mullins, Angie Stone,
Arrested Developement, Lauryn Hill, Vitamin C Speech,
Collective Soul, Najee, Peter White, Mark Brown,
The Dazz Band, and Howard Johnson.