Adam Deitch

Adam Deitch


Adam Deitch is a 4 time Grammy nominated drummer, composer, arranger and producer. Inspired by his drumming parents who met at Berklee in the early 1970s, Adam began playing along to Earth Wind and Fire/ Stevie Wonder/ and Tower of Power records at around 6 years old on his Moms drums. 

Adams' career as a touring drummer began with a 3 year stint with Funk legends AWB, shooting a "Live in LA" concert video released worldwide in 01.  Shortly after AWB, he joined the John Scofield "Uberjam Band". With this quartet, Adam toured the world and cut 3 records with the Miles Davis alumni guitarist,  "Uberjam" being nominated for best contemporary jazz album in 2002. 

After 3 years with Scofield, Adam joined multi platinum vocalist/producer Wyclef Jean and toured the globe for another 3 years before leaving to concentrate on his bands Lettuce and Break Science which he tours with full time. 

Lettuce is a Funk band with psychedelic hip hop overtones whose album "Elevate" was nominated for a Grammy in 2019. Break Science, his electronic project has played the biggest EDM festivals in the states along with joining the producer phenomenon Pretty Lights. 

Adam has done drum clinics all over the world including Modern Drummer Festival 2010 and PASIC 2017 in collaboration with his long time endorsers Tama and Zildjian.  

Adams recent venture is a subscription based drum intructional website with in depth lessons from beginner to advanced called Deitch Academy. His quartet has one record out called "Egyptian Secrets" which he composed and played drums. 

As a producer Adam has co written and produced for artists such as Ledisi ( Best R&B album 2010 Grammy Nominee) to Platinum selling MC 50 Cent ( the Curtis LP) Legendary MC Talib Kweli and pop legend Justin Timberlake.