David Lyttle (born 21 June 1984) is a jazz drummer, record producer, composer, songwriter and record label owner from Northern Ireland. He has released three solo albums and received nominations in the MOBO Awards and Urban Music Awards.
Lyttle began performing professionally at age four, playing percussion with the Lyttle Family in Ireland and, when he was a teenager, the United States. In 2001, he was a DJ in Co Down rap metal turned alternative rock band Squarepeg (known as Regenerated at the time). In 2007, following studies at the University of Ulster, Skidmore Jazz Institute, New York, and the Banff Centre, Canada, he reached a national audience as an Irish jazz performer with Louis Stewart. He released his debut solo album True Story later in 2007 and began featuring prominent international jazz artists in his touring groups, including Greg Osby, Jean Toussaint, Terell Stafford, Tim Warfield, Tommy Smith, and Soweto Kinch, whose band he occasionally appears in.
Önder Focan (g),
Enver Muhamedi (b),
David Lyttle (d).