One From The Archive – Benny Greb

  Photos courtesy of Gerhard Kühne It was a quirky little solo album named ‘Grebfruit’, which involved only vocals and drums, that put Benny Greb on the map of the international drum scene - and he hasn’t left ever since. On the contrary, his tasty grooves, unique sound and passion for experimenting

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From The Archive – Jojo Mayer

  “Astonishing and emotionally powerful…” Brian Eno. Born in Switzerland and brought up all over the world, Jojo Mayer was always exposed to a wide range of musical and cultural influences. His father, being a bass player himself, awoke his interest in music and introduced him to jazz. Years later, curiosity and wanting to strive

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Dom Famularo

With a title like ‘Drumming’s Global Ambassador’, Dom Famularo doesn’t actually need an introduction anymore. Growing up on Long Island, New York, Famularo had the arguably greatest jazz scene in the world on his front porch - and with it, the godfathers of drumming. Hanging out backstage at Buddy Rich gigs and taking lessons from

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Ray Luzier

Born and raised on a farm outside Pittsburgh, Ray Luzier learned from a young age what hard work really means, but struggling with allergies forced him to withdraw from the farm work and spend more time in his room - with his drum kit. The rest is history… I sat down with Ray after his

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Camille Bigeault

Photo Keivane Fadavi Odd time signatures, polyrhythms and groove illusions are a whole crazy world within music, and due to the independence and patience required, most of us will only ever scratch the surface. Camille Bigeault found her passion in exactly this topic and sharing her ideas online not only earned her thousands

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Ben Thomas

Photo Dave Phillips Breaking through as a new artist can be tough enough, but making it from the first tour in a small van to the big stages of the world is an experience only a few session drummers will take part in. An exception is Ben Thomas. Hailing from Brighton, Ben has

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Ali Richardson

Photo - Tom JD Armstrong Hailing from Glasgow, Metalcore band ‘Bleed From Within’ have been making waves on the UK Metal scene for almost 15 years - and while there are many incredible Metal drummers out there, few manage to approach the genre with the musicality of Ali Richardson. Growing up listening to

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Tommy Igoe

With over half a million distributed copies of his poster ‘Groove Essentials’, Tommy Igoe has made his way onto the walls of thousands of young drummers, music schools and rehearsal studios. The corresponding books and DVD’s have influenced the musical education of pretty much every drummer, and have become somewhat of a ‘bible’ for everybody

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Neal Wilkinson

The name Neal Wilkinson certainly doesn’t need much introduction. Known and in-demand for his unique sound, feel and stylistic diversity, he has had a solid place in the UK session scene since the mid 80s, which soon saw him working on both sides of the Atlantic. After a busy few years in Los Angeles, Wilkinson

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Donavan Hepburn

Photo - Tobias Miorin In a competitive industry full of top players, a drummer who gets to keep a gig for over 13 years must be special. Introducing Donavan Hepburn… From his early beginnings playing in church in his home town of Birmingham, Hepburn soon found himself drawn towards London where professional gigs

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