Biography of Wilfred Mellers
Born In Jamaica and move to the US. Went to school in Stamford, CT. Army Band vet. Artist and Drummer
I was a member of the Garfield Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps in the drum line. Graduate from Stamford High School and went into the United States Army as a musician. Attended the Untied States Army Element School Of Music in Little Creek, Norfolk VA. I was in the 33rd Army Band Europe, and the 283rd AG Band Fort Benning GA.
Lived extensively in Thailand but back in the USA now. Been many places, met many different types of people, and one thing I know is that we are all the same.
Went to Norwalk State Technical College where I got an Associate degree in Electo-Mechanical Engineering Technology. I also went to Gibbs Collage and got a certificate in Networking Technology.
Employed at the Torus Club in Pattaya Thailand where I was the drummer for N10CITY band (top 40) playing at the Torus Pub on Walking Street.
Substitue drummer for many top 40 bands in Pattaya
Opening act at the Nuremberg Jazz Festival and the Montreux Jazz Festival
I have done many recording sessions and backed many reggae artist (Chacadimus and Pliers - John Holt - Ken Booth - Super Cat - featured with Sister Carol on the Conan O’Brian show - Nicodemus - Junior Demus - Louie Culture - Judy Mowatt - Spragga Benz - worked alongside Al Anderson from Bob Marley and the Wailers
Recorded for Eric Schilling 'Grammy Award winning Producer and Engineer'
I have been all over the world and back again. Toured the continental USA, Canada, West Indies, Japan, South Korea, Guam, Hawaii, Kwajalean Atol(Marshall Islands) , Germany, France, Denmark, Switzerland
- I Also Rise (Homage to Maya Angelou)
- Transformation Extraordinaire
- I Dream
- “I Think Of You”
- What is a Friend?
- How I love your Voice
- Beautiful Eyes
- Magic Is In You
- My Heart Belongs To You
- Requiem To Broken Dreams (love thrown aw...
- ODE TO YOUR GHETTO BOOTY
- BY A TRANQUIL LAKE
- I Want To Thank You
I Remember When
I Remember When
Written by: Wilfred Mellers
Friday, June 27,2014
Took a stroll down memory lane
When shadows danced on my windowpane
Reminiscing on days long gone bye
Memories I can no longer rely
Romancing on future's past