Ignacioberroa. Got a Match? Dave Weckl with the Chick Corea Elektric Band 2017. MODERN DRUMMER FESTIVAL WEEKEND 2005. Bill Stewart. Stewart, Bill b. 18 October 1966, Des Moines, Iowa, USA.
Percussionist Bill Stewart made his name as the rhythmic force behind guitarist John Scofield 's band, working with him for five years between 1990 and 1995. Self-taught on drums, Stewart is also a capable pianist, the instrument on which he composes. Billy Cobham. Generally acclaimed as fusion's greatest drummer, Billy Cobham's explosive technique powered some of the genre's most important early recordings -- including groundbreaking efforts by Miles Davis and the Mahavishnu Orchestra -- before he became an accomplished bandleader in his own right.
Kenny Clarke. Kenny Clarke was a highly influential if subtle drummer who helped to define bebop drumming.
He was the first to shift the time-keeping rhythm from the bass drum to the ride cymbal, an innovation that has been copied and utilized by a countless number of drummers since the early '40s. Philly Joe Jones. Philly Joe Jones was born with the name Joseph Rudolph Jones in the city of Philadelphia on July 15, 1923.
His mother, a piano teacher taught him the basics in music. Omar Hakim. Widely acclaimed for his versatility, technological prowess and groove, Omar Hakim is one of the most successful drummers and session men of the past thirty-five years.
He has collaborated with artists ranging from Miles Davis to Madonna, and has left his imprint on hundreds recordings including several under his own name. Born in New York City to a musical family, Omar began playing the drums at age 5. At the age of ten, he was performing publicly with his father Hasan Hakim, a trombone veteran of the Duke Ellington and Count Basie bands. This period formulated Omar’s traditional and improvisational jazz drumming techniques, and built a strong foundation for his unique drumming style. His father’s friendship with John Coltrane enabled young Omar spend time with Elvin Jones and Art Blakely. Adam Nussbaum. Al Foster. Neil Peart. Neil Peart is the most popular drummer today.
When it comes to voting in Modern Drummer or Drummerworld - Neil Peart is always the No. 1. Neil Peart (pronounced "Peert" not "Pert"), born September 12, 1952, near Hagersville, Ontario, is the drummer and lyricist for the Canadian rock band Rush. Rush is the most successful band from Canada, having played together for over 30 years, and selling over 24.5 million records (U.S.). Clyde Stubblefield. With Jabo Starks, drummer Stubblefield laid down the beat for James Brown's biggest '60s hits.
Stubblefield helped drive such seminal Brown funk-fests as "Mother Popcorn," "Cold Sweat," "Say It Loud (I'm Black and I'm Proud)," "I Got The Feelin'," and "Funky Drummer. " Stubblefield's famous break on the latter has been reappropriated so many times that it's earned him the unofficial title as "the World's Most Sampled Drummer.
" David Garibaldi. David Garibaldi The Code Of Funk - 80 PAGE BOOK - CD with all eight tracks minus David's drums - 2 Bonus DVD-ROM'S The Code of Funk brings the drumming of David Garibaldi, and the music of Tower of Power to your practice room in a technologically advanced, cutting-edge musical and educational package.
The Code provides an in-depth look at the concepts David uses to create his futuristic, yet, old-school grooves. Included are: 80-PAGE BOOK with detailed transcriptions, by David, of his drum performance in each of eight tunes from T.O.P.' Ginger Baker. Ginger Baker was born Peter Edward Baker in Lewisham, South London on 19 August 1939.
As a teen, he trained and competed as a racing cyclist, developing strong leg muscles which later contributed to his skill on the double bass drums. Ginger had always planned on becoming a professional cyclist, until he bought his first drum kit at the age of 15. Baker was keenly interested in modern art and jazz, a rebellious beatnik with an eccentric appearance and artistic flair.
Phil Collins. Phil Collins' ascent to the status of one of the most successful pop and adult contemporary singers of the '80s and beyond was probably as much of a surprise to him as it was to many others.
Balding and diminutive, Collins was almost 30 years old when his first solo single, "In the Air Tonight," became a number two hit in his native U.K. (the song was a Top 20 hit in the U.S.). Between 1984 and 1990, Collins had a string of 13 straight U.S. Top Ten hits. Joseph "Zigaboo" Modeliste. Joseph Modeliste, also known as Ziggy or Zigaboo, is an American drummer best known as a founding member of the funk group The Meters.
Considered to be one of the most innovative, and highly acclaimed drummers ever, Modeliste is a pioneer of second-line funk. He remains a strong influence for drummers and his syncopated style is the source of a great many hip-hop and drum and bass samplers. Tony Williams. Widely regarded as one of the most important and influential jazz drummers to come to prominence in the 1960s, Williams first gained fame in the band of trumpeter Miles Davis and was a pioneer of jazz fusion. Williams was born in Chicago and grew up in Boston. He was of African, Portuguese, and Chinese descent. He began studies with drummer Alan Dawson at an early age, and began playing professionally at the age of 13 with saxophonist Sam Rivers. Saxophonist Jackie McLean hired Williams at 16. At 17 Williams found considerable fame with Miles Davis, joining a group that was later dubbed Davis's Second Great Quintet.
Dave Weckl. Michael Shrieve. Terri Lyne Carrington. The King Of Drummers. Dennis Chambers Drum Solo. Peter, Dave, Dafnis. Peter Erskine. Peter Erskine was born Somers Point NJ 5 June, 1954. Tony Williams.
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