Jean Dolabella

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Jean Dolabella
Sepultura @ Maquinária Festival 05.jpg
Background information
Birth name Jean Turrer Dolabella
Born (1978-05-14) May 14, 1978 (age 38)
Uberaba, MG, Brazil
Genres Heavy metal, groove metal, thrash metal, experimental rock, alternative rock
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, producer
Instruments Drums, percussion, bass guitar
Labels J Records (2002-2006)
Nuclear Blast (2011-2012)
SPV GmbH (2008-2011)
RED Distribution (2009-2012)
Associated acts Sepultura, Udora, Indireto, RockFellas

Jean Dolabella (born May 14, 1978) is a Brazilian musician, known as the former drummer of Brazilian thrash metal band Sepultura. He is also involved with Iron Maiden's ex-singer Paul Di'Anno in his side project RockFellas.[1]


Jean Dolabella's first "notorious" musical work was the first release from his old band Diesel, which, for legal reasons, later changed its name to Udora. By the that tome, he was a drumming teacher at the Pro-Music School in Belo Horizonte. After a period living in the US with Udora, Dolabella left the band. Around the same time, in 2006, Sepultura's when original drummer Igor Cavalera had quit the band and Dolabella was invited to replace him, which he accepted, remaining with Sepultura util 2011.[2]



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