Rich Redmond is an award-winning recording and touring drummer based in Nashville and Los Angeles. As an in-demand artist, Rich has recorded/toured/performed with: Jason Aldean, Ludacris, Kelly Clarkson, Bryan Adams, Bob Seger, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Keith Urban, Chris Cornell, Kelsea Ballerini and many others. Because of Rich’s love for performing he also
In this episode, we sit down with Connor Denis, drummer of Beartooth, who shares how we can learn to develop our own unique sound at the drumset. Connor also shares his influences and how he landed the gig with Beartooth. Aaron Gillespie, Ilan Rubin, and many others are discussed. Podcast Live I love this record.
Jay Weinberg, the 26-year-old phenom behind the drums for Slipknot, joins us this week on the Podcast to share about his experiences playing drums with everyone from Madball and Against Me! to Bruce Springsteen’s E-Street Band. That’s right folks. Springsteen to Slipknot, Jay can do it all. Now residing in Nashville, Jay shares about his recent
Carter McLean is one remarkable guy. Forget the fact that Carter is an exceptional drummer for one second to consider how he has been able to juggle professionally photography, competitive Rock climbing, and Skiing during different phases of his life’s journey. Today Carter McLean plays drums full-time, working with an array of exceptional artists while also
Theme Of This Episode In this Episode Caleb Crosby, drummer & member of Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown gives us the scoop on his experience touring Europe opening for ACDC, being a member of a full-time rock and roll band, The Shakedown, meeting Tyler Bryant, and why he and the Shakedown avoid using a click/metronome
Theme Of This Episode In this episode, Randy Cooke is sharing on the non-monetary details he considers before taking a gig, how important it is to navigate different personalities as a session drummer and how he handles nervousness. Randy Cooke’s Bio Randy Cooke is a Canadian born-LA based session drummer who’s backed up Ringo Starr, Dave Stewart.,
Mike Dawson is managing editor for Modern Drummer, the world’s most widely read magazine for drummers, and he serves as book editor for Modern Drummer Publications, with most recent releases including FUNdamentals of Drumming for Kids by modern country great Rich Redmond and co-author Michael Aubrecht, Stick Technique by rudimental drumming specialist Bill Bachman, and
Greg Clark Jr had played with everyone from Cody Simpson to Snarky Puppy to Leann Rimes. On this episode Greg discusses the art of cultivating your own sound and wisdom for being in the music industry. He shares his experiences from playing at the white house for Obama to being asked to sit behind Dennis Chambers kit
Mike Sleath is one of Canada’s most in-demand drummers. After getting turned down for music college three years in a row Mike shares the path he took, landing him his current gig with Shawn Mendes. We’re going to talk about the most important parts of his job on AND off the kit and some of his
In this episode of we have Kris Mazzarisi of @BigFatSnareDrum and Trey Smith, Front of House extraordinaire for Matt Kearney & Sara Bareilles, discussing how to create an amazing live drum sound. From tuning, mic positioning, mic selection, EQ’ing and Gate-ing, Kris and Trey cover it all. This unique and valuable insight is difficult to find anywhere else. Lastly,
Raw Notes from the Show: Tim Buell Living Nashville – grew up in virginia beach, virginia Started at 10 years old Around 5 or 6 received an electronic pad to drum on. First drumset: CB drum kit First website he used: drummerworld.com At age 14-15 needed a teacher, Tim wanted an amazing teacher.Studied rudiments, styles
All the time I see the same thing – Drummers learning how to play drums one lick at a time via YouTube or Instagram videos. The problem with learning drums by piecing together licks is that you end up tied down and bored with your overused ideas. Learning something without expanding on it creates a noticeable singularity in a drummers playing. This might work for
Value, how do you add it? When you’re wondering how to add value amidst the massive wall of content being uploaded to Instagram every day, the last thing you need is to spend more time looking at instagram and less time drumming. If you find yourself confused about where to begin, how to make a name for yourself or whether you
Nashville. Why do drummers move there? How about Los Angeles and New York City? Nashville is our topic today and in this podcast interview with Joshua Sales, we’re diving into a number of different subjects about how working drummers can get paid to do what they love, play the dang drums. We start off discussing Josh’s experience
Creating a career drumming isn’t easy. Creating a versatile drumming career is wiser, yet harder still. Creating a life that is driving with clarity, using your highest level of capability, and is executed with confidence is astronomically harder to achieve… Unless you put in the work, then something strange happens. Things begin to fall into place. Creating A
Ever wondered how you can create a career drumming and begin to make money with multiple streams of income? Jumping into this podcast is immediately going to reveal a number of different ways you can begin to establish a career as a drummer and earn some cash while you play… so your bank account isn’t empty
We’ve heard about pocket so many times but what does pocket mean, and do you have it? We thought we wouldpoxk delve a little further to understand who is widely recognized as having a deep pocket to better help you create one. Subscribe to 180 Drums Podcast Share this: Facebook Twitter Email Written by Josh Teitelbaum & Jake
Subscribe to 180 Drums Podcast Share this: Facebook Twitter Email Written by Jake Nicolle “It’s vital to understand that music is a business, not just art. You’re an entity inside of a larger industry. Think beyond music.” – Nate Robinson Nate Robinson is not just Lecrae‘s drummer, but he’s also an amazing teacher and entrepreneur. Nate Robinson Nate has played with
Subscribe to 180 Drums Podcast Share this: Facebook Twitter Email Written by Jake Nicolle “A lot of people can fall by the wayside… and give up. But, if they just stayed the course, they would realize nothing is built overnight.” – Adrian Bent Adrian Bent is not just Drake’s drummer, but he’s even played bass on some of Drakes biggest hits. Adrian Bent
Subscribe to 180 Drums Podcast Share this: Facebook Twitter Email Written by Jake Nicolle “You can only regret what you don‘t do.” – Lindsay Artkop (2015 Hit Like a Girl Contest Winner – Berklee School of Music Graduate) Lindsay Artkop (@LindsayArtkop) is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with, and an influential female in the world of drumming.
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