Benny Greb

  Photos courtesy of Gerhard Kühne http://www.gerhard-kuehne.de  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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Jay Postones

  Prog drumming has always been in a different league. Combining the finesse of odd time signatures and intricate rhythms with the raw hard hitting of metal drumming certainly requires a special kind of skill. One UK drummer who’s got this down is Jay Postones. Spending his childhood in various bands and orchestras, Jay quickly

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Look around Eric Hernandez’s 24k Tour Kit with drum tech Jason Bowers

Eric's tech Jason Bowers takes us around the 24k Magic tour kit on stage at the O2 in London. This video would not be possible without the kind help of DW drums and Remo heads. Thank you guys and girls !

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Emre Ramazanoglu

Photo courtesy of Mike Banks - wwwrecordproduction.com Emre Ramazanoglu is Swiss Army Knife of music. Born and bread in Portsmouth he came to London to chase the dream of being session musician - just in time for the downfall of the session scene at the end of the '90s. Looking for ways to

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Craig Reynolds – Stray From The Path

Photo Anthony Altamura Craig Reynolds saying “going fast doesn’t do it for me anymore” already suggests that he is part of a new era of metal drummers. During his career Craig has experienced being both a band member and a session player. After touring the world with bands like Viatrophy, The Haarp Machine,

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Interview with Ralph Salmins

Photo Jonathan Stewart Ralph Salmins is one of a kind. With names like Paul McCartney, Aretha Franklin, Elton John, Madonna, James Brown, Tom Jones, Mike Oldfield, Chaka Khan, Quincy Jones, Burt Bacharach, and Alison Krauss, to name a (small) fraction of his credits, Ralph not only has one of the most extensive but

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Interview with Eric Leiderman

Eric Leiderman truly is a drummer at heart. With a couple of years international touring under his belt, he's had a good dive into the life of a professional drummer; but ultimately desiring a stable lifestyle he decided against an uncertain career in the music industry and opted for TV. Today, Eric is the producer

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Steve Gadd – Behind The Drummer (2011)

Around 1986 I had tickets to see Steve Gadd play a drum clinic at a venue called “Blazers” near Windsor but Steve, who was still in his forties, had to pull out after having a blood clot. I was so disappointed, not because I was not going to have the chance to see one of

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Interview with Larry Aberman

Born to a musician mother, Larry Aberman was always surrounded by music but struggled to find an instrument he was passionate about. It wasn’t until his brothers band left a drum kit in the house that he discovered the sticks for himself at the age of ten. The upbringing in this musical household, the environment

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Interview with Ian Matthews, Kasabian

“Rock compares to jazz like killing someone with a baseball bat vs. putting a pillow over their mouth”. Ian Matthews has both ways down like few others. Coming from a jazz background he swapped the thin sticks for some proper wood and has been the power house behind British Indie Rock band Kasabian for the

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