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Also known as  Fito de la Parra
Name  Adolfo la
Instruments  Drums
Years active  1960s–present
Genres  Blues, Blues rock
Website  Link

Adolfo de la Parra An Interview with Fito de la Parra of Canned Heat Living
Born  8 February 1946 (age 74) Mexico City, Mexico (1946-02-08)
Associated acts  Bluesberry Jam, Canned Heat, Sotweed Factor
Books  Canned Heat - Living the Blues: Canned Heat's Story zwischen Musik, Drogen, Tod, Sex und Uberleben
Albums  Let's Work Together: The Best, Canned Heat, Hooker 'n Heat, Boogie with Canned, Uncanned! The Best of Canned
Similar People  Larry Taylor, Bob Hite, Henry Vestine, Alan Wilson, Harvey Mandel

Music group  Canned Heat (Since 1967)

Adolfo de la parra


Adolfo "Fito" de la Parra (born 8 February 1946, Mexico City) is a Mexican drummer, best known as a longtime member of Canned Heat.

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Adolfo de la Parra An Interview with Fito de la Parra of Canned Heat Living

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Biography

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Fito de la Parra began playing drums professionally from the age of 14. In 1958 he was a member of a Mexican rock band called Los Sparks. Later he played with some of Mexico's most famous rock bands, Los Sinners, Los Hooligans and with Javier Batiz. In 1966 he moved to Los Angeles and became a member of Sotweed Factor and then left them to join Bluesberry Jam. He also backed The Platters, Etta James, The Rivingtons, Mary Wells and the Shirelles. He replaced Canned Heat's original drummer, Frank Cook and played his first gig with the band on 1 December 1967. He joined in time for their second album, Boogie with Canned Heat, and has played on every subsequent album up to present day.

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During his 40+ years with Canned Heat, Fito has also played with some of the greatest blues singers of our time including, Big Joe Turner, T-Bone Walker, Albert Collins, and George "Harmonica" Smith. His solid, basic drumming and fantastic solos have led to recording sessions with John Lee Hooker, Memphis Slim, and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown. Fito has also written a book "LIVING THE BLUES" with his personal story and Canned Heat's, now available on the band's website cannedheatmusic.com, Amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. As "keeper of the flame" he has remained the band leader, rhythmic and spiritual force behind Canned Heat's music for over four decades. He has also produced three DVDs, "Boogie with Canned Heat", "Rock Made in Mexico", and "Fito de la Parra Drum Solos" and countless CDs for Canned Heat and other artists. He became a US citizen in 1984. Fito is an avid motorcyclist and an animal lover, currently living in Ventura county, CA.

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In recent years he was the only member of the 1960s Canned Heat line-up that toured with the group, although in 2010 (and for most shows in 2009) Larry Taylor and Harvey Mandel rejoined the group and together with Fito are currently touring worldwide.


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