Abraham Juarez was born in Mexico City and raised in San Luis Potosi,S.L.P. where he developed as a drummer, percussionist, musical manager and drum teacher.
In 1988 he had his first experiences as a drummer. The first genre that he developed was rock. Abraham Juarez then began to explore the world of Latin rhythms and Jazz. His principle influences are: John Bonham,Rudy Regalado, Tony Williams, Steve Gadd, and Elvin Jones.
Upon moving to Los Angeles, CA Abraham Juarez studied with the world-famous Latin-Jazz teacher Rudy Regalado. He culminated his studies in the prestigious LAMA (Los Angeles Music Academy). Some of his teachers included: Joe porcaro, Ralph Humphrey and Mike Shapiro.
Throughout his career Abraham Juarez has played and worked on many distinct projects. Some of his most memorable(either because of their success or the experience they provided) are: Karma, Naguales, Caballo sin Nombre, PromoRock (Tributes to John Lennon and Queen) and Dr. Jekyll, as well as his experience teaching drums to children in Los Angeles (Easy Music Academy).
Abraham Juarez as also begun to enter info the world of production. Abraham uses a customized DW drum kit. He's sponsored by Paiste cymbals and uses Vic Firth sticks. He is currently working as a session musician, a drum teacher and plays live for various talent including "Gabby Villanueva" (nominated for an American Grammy for New Latin-pop artist of 2008). Noelia 2009 tour, also with latin pop artist Carlos Baute, Recently on tour 2010 with reginal Mexican artist Graciela Beltran among others.