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Birth name  Willy Abers
Years active  1998-present
Origin  Los Angeles
Name  Wil-Dog Abers

Occupation(s)  Bassist
Instruments  Bass guitar
Movies  Never Been Kissed
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Also known as  Breakdance Willy, El Gavachillo, Married Man
Albums  Ozomatli, Ozokidz, Don't Mess with the Dragon, Embrace the Chaos, Live at the Fill
Similar People  Jiro Yamaguchi, Asdru Sierra, Raul Pacheco, Mario Calire, William Marrufo

Music group  Ozomatli (Since 1995)

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Willy "Wil-Dog" Abers is a bassist primarily for the LA-based Ozomatli band, but has also played in Los Super Seven, a Latin rock supergroup.

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Early life

Wil-Dog, also sometimes called "Breakdance Willy" as he is an accomplished breakdancer, is of Jewish descent. His father was in the Revolutionary Communist Party, and he was raised mostly by his grandparents. From an early age, he saw, first-hand, police violence, racism, and anti-Semitism. He dropped out of high-school in the 11th grade and spent all his time stealing, smoking marijuana, and living out of his car. Eventually, he joined an at-risk youth-center, where he found his purpose and joined Ozomatli. Wil-Dog is a Pisces.

Career

Ozomatli cut their self-titled first CD in 1998. In 2001, Wil-Dog participated in the recording of two albums, Ozomatli's second album Embrace the Chaos and Los Super Seven's Canto. Other Ozomatli albums followed, including the Coming Up EP, their third album Street Signs and the live CD / DVD Live at the Filmore. Aside from playing bass, Wil-Dog contributed songwriting and backup vocals. He endorses the "Variax Bass 700". Him and fellow band member Justin Porée have also provided the voice of the announcer in the Dance Dance Revolution series since the release of Dance Dance Revolution X.

In 2012, he began a side project billing himself as "El Gavachillo" singing traditional Mexican banda music.

References

Wil-Dog Abers Wikipedia


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