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59 minutes | 2 years ago
EP50: Interview With Tony Coleman
As the drummer for some of the greatest blues and soul artists ever, such as B.B. King, Otis Clay, Bobby Blue Bland, Etta James, and Buddy Guy, Tony Coleman amassed a great amount of knowledge about being a blues musician as well as some very cool road stories. In this episode, Tony is going to share a bunch of these stories with you besides talking at great length about what it takes to be at the top of your game as a blues musician.
39 minutes | 2 years ago
EP49: Seamus Evely - The Best Drumming Podcaster?
In this episode we hang out with podcaster extraordinaire Seamus Evely. The man behind Drumeo Gab - Drumeo's new podcast - joins us for a very fun interview about what he has in store for the new Drumeo Gab podcast. He also talks in detail about how he prepares for interviews with high-profile drummers and discusses bathtubs with Dave, and how to "best" use them on a day-to-day basis.
46 minutes | 2 years ago
EP48: Interview With Brian Tichy
Brian Tichy is our very special guest for this episode. The man behind the drums as a touring and/or recording artist for some of the greatest rock and metal acts of our time, including Ozzy Osbourne, Seether, Pride & Glory, Velvet Revolver, Foreigner, Slash's Snakepit, and Billy Idol, is here to chat drums, how his Bonzo Bash event came to pass, how it felt to play with the legendary Ozzy Osbourne, and hear some of Brian's fun, embarrassing stories.
41 minutes | 2 years ago
EP47: Playing The Big Shows
Playing the big shows is something that not many drummers get the opportunity to do. But no matter how much of a climb it might be, you can do it if you're able to focus your efforts on improving your musicianship, social skills and business acumen. Brian Frasier-Moore is one of the few that has reached for the stars successfully, and is here to share his views about how to make it to the top and stay there, as well as tell some really cool stories about his years of experience as a world-class musician.
49 minutes | 2 years ago
EP46: Interview With Camille Bigeault
Camille is a huge fan of anything advanced when it comes to rhythm. If it's challenging but very rhythmically rich and interesting, she'll naturally gravitate towards it. With her huge amount of experience in this field, she's the perfect musician to have a chat about the struggles, the misconceptions, and the benefits of learning advanced rhythmic concepts as a drummer.
27 minutes | 2 years ago
EP45: From Window Washer To Professional Drummer
Carson Gant is one of the best well-kept secrets of the drumming industry, and one of the minds behind the awesome Drumeo Show "Exploring Beats". Join us for this episode to get to know Carson a little bit better, learn how it was for him to put together the Show, and how he became a professional drummer.
47 minutes | 2 years ago
EP44: Drummers Who Are Social-Media Natives
While social media has been around for a while now, it has only been able to become the number one vehicle for self promotion over the last few years. In this episode, Dave and Jared discuss the drummers who have become popular because of it and how they've influenced the world of gigging and self promotion for every other drummer.
46 minutes | 2 years ago
EP43: Interview With Stan Bicknell
Stan Bicknell has found great success on social media by posting videos of his practice sessions on Instagram. With thousands of followers and a lot of experience running his social-media presence, Stan has acquired a great deal of knowledge that he's going to share with you in this episode. As a bonus, Stan is also going to share some tips about how to better organize your life to get to the things you love doing the most!
48 minutes | 2 years ago
EP42: The True Financial Life Of A Professional Drummer
Finances are usually a taboo subject in every walk of life. To help you understand how to make a living as a professional musician in and out of the studio, and what it takes to do so, in this episode, Harry Miree (THE Dude) talks about his own personal, financial experience, sparing no details.
60 minutes | 2 years ago
EP41: The Balance Of Passion
Being passionate about drumming is the fuel that will keep you going and learning for your entire life. However, to be successful at it and become a professional, you need to learn how to balance your learning experience, your personal life, and the business side of things - and that's exactly what Dom Famularo will talk about in this episode.
62 minutes | 3 years ago
EP40: Interview With Dennis Chambers
Dennis Chambers is a legendary drummer who has recorded and performed with artists such as Santana, Steely Dan, Parliament/Funkadelic, John Scofield, John McLaughlin, and Mike Stern. If you always wanted to learn more about his inspirations, what got him into drumming and what he practiced when first starting out, this is an interview you can't miss out on. As a bonus, we also find out what his first name really is and why he's called Dennis, instead.
48 minutes | 3 years ago
EP39: Interview With Rodney Holmes
Rodney Holmes is a multiple Grammy Award winner, having worked with the likes of Carlos Santana, Steve Lukather, the Brecker Brothers, Wayne Shorter, Maceo Parker, Rob Thomas, Al Jarreau, Paul Gilbert, and Steps Ahead, among many others. In this episode, you'll learn more about Rodney's journey: how he got started playing drums, how he developed his skills, his thoughts on drumming education, as well as how he got to play with Santana and what it was like to record "Smooth".
31 minutes | 3 years ago
EP38: Interview With Luke Holland
In this episode, YouTube superstar Luke Holland will be interviewed about his drumming career and outlook on drumming and music. This is a great opportunity for you to get to know Luke a little bit better, learn about what makes him tick as a musician and how he got so successful on YouTube.
59 minutes | 3 years ago
EP37: Interview With Gavin Harrison
Gavin Harrison, one of King Crimson's drummer and former Porcupine Tree sticksman, joins us in this episode for an entertaining and fun conversation about his career and outlook on the art of drumming. This, along with a thought-provoking discussion about what it means to be a success, makes for an episode you won't want to miss out on.
56 minutes | 3 years ago
EP36: Tommy Igoe - The State Of Music Education
The world of music education has changed dramatically over the last 30 years. With the advent of the drum DVD and the internet, having access to awesome educational materials and learning with your favorite drummers and instructors has never been easier. In this episode, world-renown instructor Tommy Igoe joins us to discuss the current state of music education: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
59 minutes | 3 years ago
EP35: The Truth About Being A Drumming Podcaster
DrumGAB is one of the most popular drumming podcasts on the planet. Over the last couple of years, Seamus Evely - its creator - has acquired a lot of experience putting it together. In this episode, Seamus will be sharing his experiences as a drumming podcaster with you, by discussing his motivations and vision behind it, how he prepares for each episode and chooses his guests, besides touching base on monetization.
66 minutes | 3 years ago
EP34: Interview With Russ Miller
Russ Miller is one of the most respected and accomplished gigging drummers ever, having played for various multi-platinum, Grammy award winning recordings. In this episode, Dave is going to pick Russ' brain and explore his experience and thoughts on how music and drummers have developed over time, and what you should do to get the gigs you desire and be a successful musician.
45 minutes | 3 years ago
EP33: Interview With Nick D'Virgilio
Nick D'Virgilio has developed an illustrious career in the world of progressive music through his work with Spock's Beard and Big Big Train - and most recently as a gear specialist via his work at Sweetwater Sound. So in this episode, Jared and Dave will pick Nick's brain about drum gear, how he got his first big break, and what drives his enthusiasm for music and drumming.
54 minutes | 3 years ago
EP32: Interview With Harvey Mason
Having played with some of the biggest names in the world of pop, funk, and jazz music, Harvey Mason has acquired a wealth of amazing knowledge and experience. In this episode, Harvey will take Dave Atkinson down memory lane to reminisce about cool moments from his career, besides talking about the importance of music education and knowing your way around charts.
52 minutes | 3 years ago
EP31: Interview With Kaz Rodriguez
Kaz Rodriguez has quickly become one of the hottest musical minds of our time, with a set of incredible chops and a tight sense of time and musicianship that have led him to create a great amount of high-quality, original music. In this podcast, Dave will pick Kaz’s brain about synesthesia and his approach to writing music using this perceptual phenomenon and drumming ideas as a basis.
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