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Surrounded by some of the great West Indian musicians while he was growing up, Einstein was destined to play music. Starting in 1979 and his continued years his desire to play the steel pan at a higher level motivated him to join the Highlanders Steelband, Invaders Steeband, Woodbrook Modernaires, Phase 2 pan Groove, then went on to win the battle of the bands at Queen's Hall (Trinidad's equivalent of Carnegie Hall) with the P.O.S teachers Choir. The end of 1979 he accepted an offer to play aboard the cruise ships. After more travel with various groups, he immigrated to the U.S. in 1982. In America, Einstein began performing with the Trinidad Steel Band, L.A. Desperados, Caribe, then in 1984 he formed his own band called Sapadilla and recorded his first single, “Don't Worry, Be Happy”, which was a European release. In 1991 Einstein released his second album " Humanize the Earth" on which he collaborated with the popular guitarist, Eric Gale. One of the songs “Drive-by Shooting”, was released on the Thump Records label. Later on that year the song was on the Costa Rican charts that also led to the Costa Rican tour. Since that time Einstein has appeared in numerous movies, (God created women, Marked for death, Distinguished gentleman) numerous television shows and commercials, also an MTV music video, " Love you a lifetime" from Chaka Khan, also he sang on the song "Karma" from Black Eyed Peas. He continues to thrive making music for your bone structure.
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Einstein was full of energy and really got the crowd going! Can’t wait to have him back!