Jules Drucker is a guitarist, drummer, producer, educator and performer.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Jules has always been a natural born musician. Growing up he played in every possible school band. During high school he studied performing arts with a major in music production at FPAC. For his undergraduate studies he attended the esteemed Berklee College of Music as a scholarship recipient. He has studied with greats such as Mike Mangini (Dream Theater), Ralph Peterson Jr, Mark Walker and Walter Beasley and was mentored outside of school by the world-famous drum educator Sam Ulano. Additionally, he was gaining an education on guitar while playing gospel music at churches around Boston and the greater area.
Since graduating Berklee College of Music in 2013 with a Bachelor's degree in Music Business, Jules has made a name for himself in the R&B, pop and gospel music scene by playing/recording with artists like Joss Stone, Mack Wilds, Vivian Green, Lil Mo, Caroline Vreeland, Jaheim, Evie Irie, Sylenna Johnson, Jermaine Paul, Bonfyre, Avant and many more...
Every Sunday Jules can be seen playing guitar in Newark, New Jersey at the world-renowned New Hope Baptist church, a place with a great musical legacy and home church of Dionne Warwick, Whitney Houston and Emily “Cissy” Houston; under musical direction of gospel icon James Hall.
Currently Jules is writing music curriculum and teaching in NYC public schools for New York Edge; New York's leading provider of after school arts programs.
Black music has played an extremely large roll in his life.
Jules also has a passion for politics. In addition to being a part of multiple local democratic clubs, he has been a democratic committeeman in the central New Jersey area. He is a strong advocate for anti-racism and anti-discrimination. As a Jewish person he believes, “if we stand idly by as atrocities are being done to our countrymen and women, we are complicit in the act. Never again.”
Jules is a proud endorser of Paul Reed Smith Guitars, Luther Lee Pickups and Bogner amplification.