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One of the bands I play with, Insonnia, recently performed at an outdoor show in Duluth, GA. The promoter, Danny Dussault, was kind enough to take some pics and send them to me. Thought I would share…
I have recently been working on improving my hihat independence against the traditional jazz ride pattern as well as comping between my left hand and right foot. Enjoy!
I was pleased to recently perform at a music clinic at Ken Stanton Music in Woodstock with my group Insonnia. The band plays a variety of world music which mainly focuses on “Nuevo Flamenco”. Enjoy!
I recently purchased another drum book ( Didn’t I say I was going to quit buying drum books?) to add to my collection; the title of the book is “The Language of Drumming” by Benny Greb. I bought the book after watching the video that goes by the same name. The video itself is excellent; … Continue reading
Yes, it may seem trivial to most, but I have to say I am so happy to FINALLY get a true book display for the drum and percussion educational materials I have collected over the years. Anyone who has tried to obtain one of these babies for their home studio knows they don’t come cheap, … Continue reading
Hey Guys and Gals, I found a really cool groove from Steve Gadd that he plays on his In Session instructional series from back in the day…a good 20 yrs or more ago! Anyway, here it is, hope you enjoy!
Learn Drums Live is a great option for those interested in taking private drum lessons either at the home studio or online. With twenty years of teaching experience, a comfortable environment with two professional drum sets set up side-by-side, as well as a library of books and videos to gather drumming knowledge, Learn Drums Live … Continue reading
This weekend I had the pleasure of playing three different shows with three different bands with completely different styles, All of these particular events were quite different musically, and made me think about all the “stuff” I need to continuously work on to grow as a player. The first night was a show of original compositions by … Continue reading
In regards to the last post, which discussed time issues, I wanted to share a concept/practice idea I have been working on myself and with some of my students over the last week. It works in this way: Play a groove to a click for four bars and then have the click drop out for … Continue reading
Hello Drummers, Wanted to share some gig experiences from this last weekend that maybe some of you can relate to… I played on both Friday and Saturday evenings, both being wedding events and out of town. I went into the weekend road trip already tired due to a late night recording session the previous evening … Continue reading