The Ferment Podcast - Conversations About Worship And Transformation
In this episode of The Ferment, Adam chats with Jimmy John Morris about living a double life as a senior pastor and drummer. Jimmy John describes how music is woven through his story of faith, and shares some words of wisdom for both worship leaders and senior pastors. And much to Jimmy John's delight, you'll hear the story of "The Hit." Jimmy John Morris has been serving in the Vineyard for 30 years. They served over 20 years at the Yakima, WA Vineyard, spent two years in Texas, and moved back to Kent, WA to serve as the senior pastor in 2017. Prior to serving in the Vineyard, he was a professional musician and an educator. He has a Master of Arts degree in Biblical Studies from The Institute of Biblical Studies Seattle and a Masters of Arts degree in Global Urban Leadership from Bakke Graduate University. Jimmy John has also served on the Vineyard's Northwest Leadership team, as an area pastor, and served on both the NW youth and worship task forces. Jimmy John is passionate about seeing people become authentic followers of Jesus. He and his wife, Donna, have been married for 32 years and have two married children, David (& Shelby), and Sara (& Bryson), and he is a grandfather to Wesley, who he is now teaching how to play drums...at the age of two. Show Notes: Vineyard Worship Essentials: https://www.vineyardworship.com/essentials
Jason and Brian Kantor continue and conclude their conversation about The Cardigans' 1996 album First Band on the Moon. The two friends analyze each song on the record while sharing thoughts on production, arrangement, creativity, Black Sabbath, and more. They even dramatically read a couple of bizarre reviews for this album. Brian then shares what he's been up to at The Soundry, and with Sound For and other bands, and more. Subscribe, rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: beforethestream Instagram: beforethestream linktr.ee/beforethestream
Today I'm answering a ton of your submitted questions. Topics covered include: favorite music theory concept plug-in recommendations for drum mixing how long does it take for you to make an insta video? where do you get the play along tracks from? group coaching go to kit for an in town gig bring your own drums situation. indie rock style of music how long have you practiced in your best times per day Metric Deception, Pt. 2: https://open.spotify.com/track/6jOkO9UeoqR1M1AdMe2zVe?si=42b2a82a581f4063 Play Along Collection: https://www.timbuellmusic.com/product/playalongs/ Tim's Technique Masterclasses: https://www.timbuellmusic.com/product/tims-techniques/ To support the show, check out Tim's educational resources here: https://bit.ly/3r3RBjh More ways to connect with Tim: https://linktr.ee/timbuell Save 7% on your first year of DistroKid with this link: https://bit.ly/3gToqZu Podcast Rewind Playlist (on Spotify) to catch up on my favorite past episodes of the podcast: https://spoti.fi/3ExTvwv
Hour 4: Craig and Evan talk about the media not liking to criticize Steph Curry. They also talk about the band that's going to be performing at our show down the show tomorrow. And Big Mack got all upset when Craig said Ringo is a bad drummer.
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The SDR Show (Sex, Drugs, & Rock-n-Roll Show) w/Ralph Sutton & Big Jay Oakerson
In episode 165 of the podcast, we're joined by Dan Lomeli, drummer of Long Island hardcore band Incendiary. We talk Dan's come up, the band's formation back in 2007, Incendiary's process writing music, and their phenomenal new record ‘Change The Way You Think About Pain' - out on Closed Casket Activities 5/26/23. Check out Dan here: IG - @danny_hammer Twitter - @snakeandbake Check out Incendiary here: https://closedcasketactivities.com/collections/incendiary IG/Twitter - @incendiaryhc Photo credit: Danielle Parsons Web: http://www.danielleparsonsphotography.com IG - @babiidanii Check us out here: Web: www.podioslave.com IG: @podioslave Twitter: @podioslave Youtube: Podioslave Podcast Email us: email@example.com We'd love for everyone to hear this episode! Support the Podioslave family by rating, subscribing, sharing, storying, tweeting, etc — you get the vibe. Peace, love, and Podioslave. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/podioslave-podcast1/support
I'm thrilled to share my conversation with an extraordinary guest, Clementine Moss, the band leader and founder of the all-female tribute band, Zepparella. In addition to her impressive career as a musician, Clementine has recently released her memoir, From Bonham to Buddha and Back: The Slow Enlightenment of the Hard Rock Drummer. In this powerful and insightful book, Clementine offers a raw and honest look at her journey as a drummer, a woman, and a spiritual seeker from her early days playing in punk bands to her years of touring with Zepparella. Throughout her memoir, Clementine also delves into her spiritual journey, sharing her experiences with meditation, mindfulness, and other practices that have helped her find her greater peace, clarity, and purpose. With a powerful blend of humor, insight, and vulnerability. She takes readers on a journey of self-discovery and transformation that will resonate with anyone who has ever struggled to find their place in the world. Learn more by visiting ClemtheGreat.com
Drummer for Hootie & the Blowfish in a raw, honest, inspiring conversation. His passion for soccer put “Soni” on an incredible path that led to his band mates, rock stardom, addiction, recovery and faith.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zack Alford now plays with the Psychedelic Furs, (and it looks like they'll be hitting the road again soon) but he's also played with folks like Bruce Springsteen, the B-52s, Billy Joel, Gwen Stefani and David Bowie.We got to talk with Zack about his fascinating career behind the kit and what he's learned along the way. For more information, you can check out Zachary's website, follow him on Instagram or follow him on Facebook.
Born and raised in Columbus, OH, Matthew Crouse moved to Nashville in 2000 and has since made a name for himself as a true working drummer, having been involved in multiple facets of the music industry; including touring, music merchandising, recording, and of course, as the founder and co-host of the Working Drummer Podcast, which he started in 2015 and has grown to over 400 episodes and counting. Matthew gives us a behind-the-scenes look into the music business and how Nashville drummers have adapted since the 90s. This conversation is full of wisdom and truly valuable advice for anyone looking to work professionally in the business. We hope you enjoy!We'd like to thank our Episode Sponsors:Music Lab Nashvillehttps://nashville.musiclab.coDrum Boxhttps://drumbox.spaceConnect with Matthew:Website: https://www.matthewcrouse.netInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/matthewcrouseListen to the Working Drummer Podcast:https://www.workingdrummer.netMusic Featured in this Episode:Elliott Matthews - 'I Believe In Love'Birdshield - 'Sad Silly Man Boy'------Interview by: Dan Ainspan, Nathan SletnerRecorded April 2023 in Nashville, TNConnect with us:WebsiteInstagramTikTokFacebookRecorded at Diamond Sound Studios, Nashville, TNPodcast Artwork: GENUINE CREATIVE ART ⓒ 2023 Nashville Drummers Podcast, LLC
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So The Story Goes with Brian Chartrand
Drummer, firearms aficionado, and former video game tester Joshua Santa Cruz stops by for a chat. We talk about being inspired by his uncle playing drums in church, to getting his own drum set, albums that inspired him, we share harmonica stories, and living downtown and attending Phoenix College. He shares his journey into becoming a professional drummer which included some work with WGI/DCI (Winter Guard and Drum Corps) International, as well as his start working with local professionals and local bands. Josh also graduates PC and heads to ASU where he got his jazz performance degree. He also shares his passion for firearms, both building and training, as well as audio engineering, and building computers and gaming. For more information, please find Josh on instagram:: https://www.instagram.com/sonixx_wave/
Nina Persson of the Cardigans is interviewed in this episode! Brian Kantor returns to talk about The Cardigans' 1996 album First Band On The Moon. Brian is friends and erstwhile bandmates with Nina, so they recorded a conversation about the album that we listen to on this episode. Jason and Brian talk about drum sounds, bass note choices, dark lyrics wrapped in happy-sounding songs, if "Happy Meal II" is actually a happy song, the differences between this album and other 90s alternative hit records, and much more. We'll be back soon with Part 2 of the conversation. Subscribe, rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: beforethestream Instagram: beforethestream linktr.ee/beforethestream
Beyond the Meeting Room by ALHI
Today's episode is brought to you by The Meritage Resort and Spa and Grand Reserve at the Meritage, a memorable escape at the gateway to wine country. Marked by two distinct stay experiences, this expansive and luxurious property in the heart of Napa offers 322 guest rooms and over 50,000 square feet of flexible meeting space. Among sprawling vineyards and rolling golden hills, experience unparalleled luxury and iconic views at this Four Diamond resort that perfectly embodies everything Napa. Today, we are joined by Jim Sonefeld, an award-winning drummer and songwriter best known for his time with 90's rock band Hootie and the Blowfish. In his recent memoir, “Swimming with the Blowfish”, Jim recounts the band's exciting rise to fame, his own struggles with addiction, and his current passion for philanthropy. Mike and Jim discuss the role of spirituality in their lives, how to laugh through difficult times, and the importance of timing in navigating the changes of life. To connect with Jim Sonefeld or learn more about his memoir, visit jimsonefeld.com or follow him on Facebook or Twitter.
We check in with legendary blues band Savoy Brown and their drummer Garnet Grimm. Savoy Brown remaining members are excited to have released its new album, Blues All Around, worldwide on Quarto Records! The release of the new album is especially poignant in that it comes after the December 13 passing from cancer of band founder and sole constant Savoy Brown member guitarist/lead vocalist Kim Simmonds. Simmonds is considered one of music's premier blues/blues rock guitarists and songwriters and is also discussed as one of the architects of the 1960's British blues scene in London. Simmonds, an early pioneer of the British blues movement and a passionate proponent of the blues, lost his hard-fought battle with cancer just a week after turning 75. Blues All Around follows Savoy Brown's critically acclaimed 2022 album, Ain't Done Yet, and is lovingly dedicated to the band's families, friends, and Savoy Brown fans everywhere. Throughout the years, the band became known for their fierce dedication to blues music, music which not only remained faithful to their deep blues-roots but could also rock like mad. The band were always true road warriors as well, their non-stop touring also becoming a hallmark of the band's legacy. Lead by Simmonds' clean, crisp, biting guitarwork, the band's peerless sound quickly became a staple of the 60s music scene and lasted right up through Kim's unfortunate passing. The band developed a loyal core following throughout the world, particularly in the U.S. Energetic blues/ blues-rock was the calling card of the band from the beginning. Blues Rock became the catch-all phrase in the late 1960s to describe the band's music along with that of contemporaries like Cream, Fleetwood Mac, and Jimi Hendrix.https://savoybrown.com/
Drummer, Producer, Recording Artist and Educator Bruce Becker has steadily made his mark in the world of Music. Founding member and Drummer behind the David Becker Tribune, Bruce has recorded and co-produced 10 critically acclaimed recordings. The DBT has performed at clubs and jazz festivals throughout the world for more than 3 decades. In 2015 “Message To Attila” was released on Enja records. Bruce was part of an all star cast to honor the music of Attila Zoller, featuring Ron Carter, Pat Metheny, Mike Stern and many others. Spanning more than 3 decades as an Educator, Bruce has drawn from his more than thirty year association with Drumming “guru” Freddie Gruber carrying on the torch of a unique approach in getting the student to understand the natural principles of the physical body's interaction with the drum set. Bruce's reputation has interested a vast array of drummers to seek his teachings. The list includes drummers such as, David Garibaldi, Mark Schulman, Daniel Glass, Glen Sobel and Clayton Cameron. Bruce has performed Master Classes and Workshops in Music Conservatories and Schools in the USA, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Austria, the Netherlands, Latvia, Moscow, Argentina, Uruguay and Australia. Over the years Bruce has had the good fortune to work with an extremely diverse group of people: David Becker Tribune, Mike Stern, Ron Carter, Russell Ferrante, Barbara Dennerlein, John Abercrombie, Peter Bernstein, composer Chris Field, the San Francisco Symphony, producer Ken Caillat (Fleetwood Mac), Sunny Ledfurd, Mark Schulman, and Deborah Henson-Conant. Bruce continues to divide his time between International touring with the DBT, workshops, studio recordings, live dates and private teaching. In this episode, Bruce talks about: Choreographing your movements His passion for teaching New book: The Ultimate Guide to Syncopation Advice for teachers Teaching and working with David Garibaldi
A music legend that is a drummer and a member of The Kingsmen since 1963. The group best known for the hit, Louie Louie.We begin the show learning about when Dick started playing for the drums and how he was in the right place at the right time to join the group, The Kingsmen in 1963. He gives the background of how the group started touring and Louie Louie being banned!He tells us what the music scene was like in Portland, OR in the sixties that had groups such as The Wailers, Paul Revere & Raiders, and others. Richard Barry wrote Louie Louie, recorded it and wrote the song and sold all his rights for $750! Dick gives story how he changed the music industry where record companies must pay their royalties in four year or lose it. The number of times he has played the hit song which was named the worst record at one time. Are the FBI the reason the song stayed alive? What is the longest time the song has been played consecutively? Dick explains going from high school to buying a Ferrari due to this pandemonium. What are the lyrics!?How it became the official state song in Washington and played at all Seattle Mariners home games during the 7th inning stretch. Book- “Louie Louie, Me Gotta Go Now” (see show notes). The other songs The Kingsmen have recorded charted in Billboard. He tells us about Mike Mitchell whose guitar break you hear at beginning of the song. Wolfman Jack, his legacy, and songwriting wraps this fantastic episode up. Dick Peterson Links:Website: https://louielouie.org/Buy Book-Louie Louie, Me Gotta Go Now: https://www.amazon.com/LOUIE-Me-Gotta-Go-Now/dp/1420856103 Before the Lights:Buy The Bundles: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/shopBecome a BTL Member: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/supportTHE LIGHT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_cBUd3MLwoejlVpn5Vt9JAHire Tommy to Speak: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/public-speakingjeBuy Tommy a glass of vino here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/beforethelightsSupport the showFollow the show on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beforethelightspodcast/Follow the show on Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/beforethelightspodcast/Follow the show on Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@beforethelightspodcast?lang=enFollow Tommy on Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/tcanale3Rate & Review: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/before-the-lights/id1501245041Email the host: email@example.com
Big Swede is a Composer, Producer, Engineer, Sound Designer, Programmer, Multi-Instrumentalist, Remixer, DJ, Drummer, who maintains a prolific recording and production career, doing business as Palm Desert based BIG SWEDE STUDIOS. He makes a variety of styles, from Electronica to Rock, Club/Dance to Hip-Hop, Big Beat to Jazz, Metal to Soundtrack and beyond. Big Swede has had many sync placements throughout his career and now he's here to share his process! https://bigswedestudios.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we explore a medley of two bomba songs, La Llevo en Mis Venas (I Carry It in My Veins) and Bambulé a Paré (The Bámbula Is Happening) by the group Tambuyé. To help us contextualize the songs we interviewed the the Manager and Director of Taller Tambuyé, Marién Torres López. Marién and the artists of Tambuyé reaffirm in this medley the Black heritage present in the practice of Puerto Rican bomba in all of its wonderful dimensions, music-related, dance-related, healing-related, you name it.Were we listening? Marién is an incredible artist. She is also an instructor at the Dance Department, Universidad Sagrado Corazón, a Folklorist, Dancer, Musician, Drummer, Choreographer, Singer, and Cultural Events Manager. This episode accompanies the episode Tócame La Bomba / Play Bomba To Me of the second season of our podcast devoted to the evolution of the bomba rhythm in Puerto Rico, check it out! We have some great guests!We hope this track helps to add value to your listening and awareness in your dancing!For more info and resources check our website here and our YouTube channel here.Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you like the music we use check our playlists here.Host/Director of Series: Andrés Hincapié, PhDProducer: Melissa Villodas, PhDGraphic Content Creator: Susan MykalcioTranslation Services: Carlos Javier Félix
Damon gets to talk to Tiki about his musical family, adventures growing up, drum corps, dixieland, cooking and more! There are other segments too!
On this episode I chatted with Greg drummer for 3 Doors Down about his coffee shop. Founded by the rock drummer of 3 Doors Down & Puddle of Mudd, Greg's Rockin' Goat Coffee is located in the heart of Greg's hometown in Kingston! Greg's Rockin' Goat Coffee beans are freshly roasted in-house. https://gregsrockingoat.myshopify.com/ Thanks to our sponsors. The Oklahoma Hall of Fame at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum telling Oklahoma's story through its people since 1927. For more information on the Oklahoma Hall of Fame go to www.oklahomahof.com and for daily updates go to https://lnkd.in/g_gsxQM The Chickasaw Nation is economically strong, culturally vibrant and full of energetic people dedicated to the preservation of family, community and heritage. www.chickasaw.net Diffee Ford Lincoln. Third generation Oklahoma business, the Diffee family continues to do business the right way, the family way and it its a pleasure of mine to be partners with them. Go to www.diffeeford.net for all your new and used car needs and follow them on instagram https://lnkd.in/drq7RMu2 #thisisoklahoma
This edition features stories on a former U.S. Army Soldier who has become an Airman percussionist, the new 29th Attack Squadron (Ghost Warriors) beginning their legacy with a patch design and affiliation with the Mescalero Apache tribe of New Mexico, Airmen who maintain the HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter, Air National Guard air crews being the sole operators of the new C-27J Spartan aircraft, and a military spouse who is an accomplished violist with a music degree. Hosted by Senior Airman Brad Sisson.
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I've been listening to this album on repeat. I'm stuck in a Periphery loop and now accepting this as my life. This week we review the newest album by Periphery; Periphery V: Djent is Not A Genre and talk about how talented, talented musicians are. If you enjoy the episode, consider subscribing to the podcast for more content in the future. I release episodes just like this one so make sure you leave a follow to stay up to date on new episodes! If you wanna talk music or have suggestions for future episodes, consider following Buttermilk Blvd on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Shoot me a comment or message and let me know your recommendations.Don't forget to leave a 5 start review and share the episodes with your friends! It helps out the podcast a lot and it's always appreciatedThe Socials:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/buttermilkblvdpod/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buttermilkblvdpod/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/buttermilkblvdFor the Gamers (Gentlemetalhead):Twitch: http://twitch.tv/GentlemetalheadYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAMPfFHACxfMVI5B6WjMz8QAs always, thank you for listening to the episode. Until next time, stay safe and rock on!=====================================Credit:Support your artists!Periphery Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6d24kC5fxHFOSEAmjQPPhc Periphery Website: https://periphery.net/
Historia Canadiana: A Cultural History of Canada
*SORRY FOR THE AUDIO, WE DID OUR BEST - IT WILL GET BETTER* In which Patrick presents the watershed Quebecois poet, Émile Nelligan, to his co-host who never even heard of him! ---Support: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana); Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/historiacanadiana); the recommended reading page (https://historiacanadiana.wordpress.com/books/) ---Contact: email@example.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory). ---Sources & Further Reading: Brissette, Pascal. Nelligan dans tous ses états: Un mythe national, Montréal: Fides, 1998. Dole, Robert. Émile Nelligan's Homosexuality and Schizophrenia, Journal of Literature and Art Studies, April 2020, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. 304-306. Hamish. “The First Poets, Part 1: “Gaydar Moments””, The Drummer's Revenge, 2009. Nelligan, Émile. The complete poems of Emile Nelligan, Harvest House, 1983. Michon, Jacques. “Nelligan, Émile.” The Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature, Oxford University Press, 1998.
Tony started his professional career in the music industry in 1980 at the age of 16 years old. Playing drums since the age of 3 Tony had been pounding on his dad's 1948 Radio King drum set that was a fixture in the basement of his Queens, NY home! Not only was Tony's dad a professional musician but his grandfather and his great grandfather back in Italy were as well. It seems that music was Tony's destiny. With so many musicians in the family, Tony's listening palette was broad and wide! Opera and Big band jazz were the main stays on the turntables back then. As was the Beatles, Bee Gee's, James Taylor and all the pop artists of the day. One influential film Tony remembers was “The Glenn Miller Story”. In the story “Glenn” is searching for that “sound”. Tony's Mom would often refer to this, as Tony would come up from the basement looking for that “sound” on his drums - bewildered as to how the drums sounded so big and fat on the records. The quest was on for the “Holiest of Grails” a great drum sound! As time passed, Tony went on to work in the Studio and Live concerts with the likes of Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Selena Gomez, Carrie Underwood, Ramone, Diane Warren, Keith Thomas, Kip Winger, Bruce Springsteen, Michael Broening, Amy Grant, Donna Summer, Roberta Flack, Paul Taylor, Discrete Drums Loop Series, Toby Mac, Cindy Bradley, Jay Soto, Stephanie Smith, Ayeisha Woods, Rebecca Saint James, Britt Nicole, Stevie B, Sweet Sensation, Kathy Troccoli, Regie Hamm, Crystal Lewis, Avalon, John Elefante, Van Zandt and on. His career has taken him from NYC to LA to his current residence in Franklin, TN. (A quaint city 14 miles outside of Music Row in downtown Nashville.) Tony is a successful session drummer and producer in Nashville. After years of touring, he had the good fortune to get into the session scene in town. The scene was healthy but still changing. Session work was going through some severe changes due to budgets and technical changes. After an encounter with LA session musician J.R Robinson, Tony was convinced that the future of tracking was going to be done in the home. Now for a gtr track or vocal overdub maybe so, but drums? Here we go again searching for that “sound” in a 25 x 25 Garage built for storing cars and gardening equipment not killer drum sounds. With much investigation and a great builder with vision, they turned the Garage and Utility room into what now is one of the busiest drum tracking rooms in town. For 8 years now Tony Morra has been tracking drums for demos, custom records, indie projects. Sounds about right, but NO! There's more!( Billy Mayes moment) Tony is tracking drums for Masters, Television, Film, Loop Libraries you hear on TV and on radio everyday. Tony is one of the leaders in home recording through the Internet since it was possible to do so! He has been a beta tester for many online programs that make it easier to do sessions in real time. What was thought to be a little drum room for some extra work has turned into a livelihood. Tony's clients span the world! These sessions are done at his home with the sounds rivaling those done in the largest and most expensive studios. A big part of Tony's career was happening when he thought he had no career! In between gigs and tours in NY when work was lean, Tony would find work as an assistant engineer at jingle studios for jingle writer friends of his. He would also get to play live drums for them from time to time, but this was when the industry was moving to drum machines and loops. These experiences, which he took for granted in that he was just “collecting a check when gigs were slow”, gave him a wealth of knowledge of the recording industry and working with midi and sequencers. Mind you this is before Pro Tools! All editing was done with a razor and a prayer. Oh and he knows how to align a tape machine! That knowledge has paid huge dividends in that beyond being an accomplished musician, he is an accomplished tracking engineer. Still Tony will bring in Top Nashville engineers to help dial in new sounds and experiment with gear. His room is outfitted with the best gear there is, Daking, API, GML, Avalon, Neve EQ's, DBX 160's, Distressors, Telefunken Pre's, vintage Orbans and so on! The mics are no joke; Neumann U47, AKG's, Audio Technica, KM 184's, modified Ribbons.........and a ProTools HDX system. It's a new world and a new frontier in recording. Tony's embracing it! Using what's available to make the finest quality Drum Tracks available for those who might never have been able to afford to do so and for those where budget is not even a concern. Some Things That Came Up: -3:00 Italian Family Legacy -7:00 Music was in the family blood. -10:30 Sitting in with Margaret Manning. -11:45 Compliments to Tony's drumming Dad -13:45 George Lawerence now has Tony's Dad's Big Band Charts -14:50 Playing drums while Mom did housework -18:30 Worked at The Modern Drum Shop in NYC and studying with Joe Cusatis -19:50 The Ted Reed Book and The Bellson Book -20:00 Cusatis Method: Play any rhythm with the right hand and fill in the triplets with the left. -24:05 The lost art of teaching swing -27:00 Trying to impress music teacher at private school -29:45 Auditioning for Queens College -30:10 Danny Gottlieb, Rod Morgenstein in the neighborhood -31:55 Tympani Tuning Incident -35:00 Driving vans for a zipper company -36:00 Drinking Grappa with Marco Soccoli -38:00 Hanging with world class drummers at Manny's Music -38:30 Drum Programming inspired by Sammy Merendino -39:00 Wedding bands in NYC were a right of passage -40:33 Intern for “The Jingle Queen of NY” at age 23, learning engineering, MIDI -43:00 Incorporating clicks and loops. The early days -47:00 Getting the gig with SWEET SENSATION -48:00 Playing with The Shirelles, The Platters, The Coasters as well as singer songwriters like Lisa Loeb at The Bitter End. Playing with Dee Dee Ramone at CBGB's. -50:00 Living next to John Gotti, the prevalence of drugs in the neighborhood. -52:00 Moving to Nashville in 1997 and meeting Tony at a Virgil Donati clinic. -53:50 The California Connection -55:40 Living at Dianne Warren's house. -1:00 Temptations vs. Spiritually Aided Faith -1:01 Working with Kathy Troccoli -1:06 Chatting with John Robinson -1:08 MD. Hiring Musicians. CCM World. Paul Chapman -1:11 Genesis of creating The Downtown Batterie -1:19 The FAST Five! Rush, Pink Floyd, Journey… -1:20 Music and Sports analogies Follow: www.downtownbatterie.com Twitter: @TonyMorra4 IG: @ajmorra
Today we are covering everything "backing tracks" related, and more. Topics include: Backing tracks Behind the scenes music industry stuff Basic recording setups What gear you need for backing tracks live How to avoid problems playing live shows How to deal with the money side of the music industry In ear monitors Mic setup for recording Advice for getting first tour To support the show, check out Tim's educational resources here: https://bit.ly/3r3RBjh More ways to connect with Tim: https://linktr.ee/timbuell Save 7% on your first year of DistroKid with this link: https://bit.ly/3gToqZu Podcast Rewind Playlist (on Spotify) to catch up on my favorite past episodes of the podcast: https://spoti.fi/3ExTvwv
SuperPsyched with Dr. Adam Dorsay
Like many people in my generation, I was rock music-obsessed when I was growing up. My wall was covered in posters of Zeppelin, Rush, Van Halen, The Smiths, Depeche Mode, and others. And I constantly fantasized about becoming a rockstar. Obviously, that was not my path. Yet, I still wonder, what would it actually be like to become a rockstar? And, regarding this episode, what would it be like to become a rock star in a mega-band and lose that status? Harder still, what would it be like to watch your rockstar bandmates enjoy international fame to levels seen by very few bands create platinum records, play halftime at the Super Bowl, and win a bunch of Grammys? I had the pleasure of sitting down with Maroon 5 founding drummer, Ryan Dusick (https://www.ryandusick.com/), who shared what that was like. Ryan was there from the early days long before Maroon 5 was even a thing, back when they were known as Kara's Flowers. He grew up with Adam Levine and other band mates. Together, they created what I consider one of the greatest albums of all time, Songs About Jane. Ryan was part of the band's enormous success. and, as you will hear, anxiety, perfectionism, and other phenomena sidelined him, eventually taking him out of his coveted position as drummer. You will hear what it was like to deal with the loss, the FOMO, the social comparison, struggles with addiction, and a kind of heartache few can imagine. But it doesn't end there. In this interview, you'll hear how he found and continues to find meaning afterwards. Today, Ryan is an Associate Marriage and Family Counselor, and I am confident he is and will continue to become a superb therapist. He wrote a phenomenal memoir I loved so much that I listened to it twice called Harder to Breathe: A Memoir of Making Maroon 5, Losing It All, and Finding Recovery. So, listen in as Ryan and I get into life before, during, and after Maroon 5. Book link: https://tinyurl.com/y464mudu
Drummer, singer and multi-dimensional artist talks about creating improvisational music in San Francisco in the early 1960's.
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Classic Radio Theater with Wyatt Cox
Gunsmoke starring William Conrad, originally broadcast April 17, 1954, What The Whiskey Drummer Heard. Wilbur Hawkins tells Marshal Dillon about a plot against his life. When Dillon pretends to be dead, two different people brag about killing him! Also Part 2 of a 5 part Yours Truly Johnny Dollar story The Shepherd Matter, originally broadcast April 17, 1956. Even the police can't handle this case...with a madman on the loose!Visit my web page - http://www.classicradio.streamWe receive no revenue from YouTube. If you enjoy our shows, listen via the links on our web page or if you're so inclined, Buy me a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wyattcoxelAHeard on almost 100 radio stations from coast to coast. Classic Radio Theater features great radio programs that warmed the hearts of millions for the better part of the 20th century. Host Wyatt Cox brings the best of radio classics back to life with both the passion of a long-time (as in more than half a century) fan and the heart of a forty-year newsman. But more than just “playing the hits”, Wyatt supplements the first hour of each day's show with historical information on the day and date in history including audio that takes you back to World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. FDR, Eisenhower, JFK, Reagan, Carter, Nixon, LBJ. It's a true slice of life from not just radio's past, but America's past.Wyatt produces 21 hours a week of freshly minted Classic Radio Theater presentations each week, and each day's broadcast is timely and entertaining!
Drummer of The Black Keys, Patrick Carney sits down in Studio 1 at Sunset Sound Recorders in Hollywood, CA with Drew Dempsey to discuss how recording was actually how The Black Keys were eventually formulated. Also, the insane amount of work that him and band partner, singer and guitarist, Dan Auerbach have endured over 2 decades of creating, recording and performing music. #theblackkeys #drumming #recording #sunsetsound Guest: Patrick Carney https://www.instagram.com/officerpatr... Host: Drew Dempsey: https://www.instagram.com/dfdproducti... Audio Engineer : Alex Miller Sunset Sound Recorders Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sunsetsound... Facebook: @sunsetsoundrecorders Website: www.sunsetsound.com Merchandise: WWW.SUNSETSOUNDSTORE.COM #theblackkeys #drummer
On this episode of the show, I interview Mark Schulman who has drummed for Pink!, Billy Idol, Cher, and many other artist. Lots of good advice about life was shared during this interview so be sure to listen to it all!!
The Whereisitnow Geocaching Podcast
In this episode we walk just outside the studio to meet two would be geocachers.
Pete was fired from The Offspring 18 months ago, despite a medical exemption. This is his story. https://twitter.com/PeteParada Become a supporting member of Liberty Lockdown here!: https://libertylockdown.locals.com/ This is where I do monthly AMA's for supporting members only Super valuable stuff! Make sure to sign up over at Odysee so you can watch the video version of this show and not worry about censorship! It's free too! https://odysee.com/$/invite/@LibertyL... Please follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/libertylock... Twitter: https://twitter.com/LibertyLockPod Pickup LL shirts over at https://www.toplobsta.com/pages/liber... Podcast subscriptions are the best way to never miss an episode: Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/47zBxoq... VIDEO VERSION, sub the YT bruh! t.co/s4MO6TtOzu?amp=1 All links: https://www.libertylockdownpodcast.com/ Linktree: https://linktr.ee/libertylockdown As always, if you leave a five star review on Apple Podcasts with your social media handle I'll read it on next weeks show (audio version only)! Love you long time Liberty Lockdown presents a variety of opinions, sometimes opposing and controversial. They are not representative of the host of the podcast. Guests are encouraged to express their opinions in a safe and equitable environment.
Life is Short with Justin Long
VISION VIBES | NHK WORLD-JAPAN
Music is the first language of teenage drum prodigy Soma Yoyoka. When a video of her playing a Led Zeppelin song went viral, Yoyoka and her family moved to the US to pursue her dreams of making music. Here is what we talk about in this episode : Art, Communication, Creativity, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Gen Z, Music, Parenting
Jazz/Rock Fusion greats Blood, Sweat & Tears were on top of their game in 1970, winning grammies, headlining Woodstock and racking up hit after hit with Spinning Wheel, And When I Die, and You've Made Me So Very Happy. And then they ventured behind the Iron Curtain.It was not their idea. Nixon was President. The Viet Nam War raged on and BS & T were blackmailed into acting as emissaries on behalf of the U.S. State Department, touring the Soviet Bloc countries of Yugoslavia, Romania and Poland.This precarious adventure and the ensuing stateside fallout are chronicled in the new doc, What The Hell Happened To Blood, Sweat and Tears? Director John Scheinfeld and BS&T Drummer Bobby Colomby join us to discuss this remarkable film, the newly unearthed tour footage, The State Departments' and the Soviet Bloc countries' respective agendas, and how America's response in 1970 reflects a nation as fractured and polarized as the one we see today. Plus, we learn about the jazz and soul origins of BS&T, Bobby's foggy Woodstock memories, John's story-telling principles and how the making of this documentary allowed Bobby, at long last, to recognize his own skill as a drummer!All that and Fritz and Weezy are recommending Sin Eater: The Crimes of Anthony Pellicano on Hulu & HBO's doc series, The Anarchists.Path Points of Interest:What The Hell Happened To Blood Sweat and TearsDirector John Scheinfeld John Scheinfeld on InstagramBobby Colomby Memorandum From the President's Assistant for National Security Affairs (Kissinger) to President NixonL.A. Times Article on the FilmRolling Stone Article on the FilmNew York Times Article on the FilmSin Eater: The Crimes of Anthony PellicanoThe Anarchists
This week we have Jeff Caudill returning for his fourth PCH appearance along with bassist Mike Fratantuno to talk all about their new band Low Coast as well as- How Low Coast is different from previous bands Jeff and Mike have played in over the years- The long and eventful journey of recording and releasing their debut record Existing the Dream- Mike being the original bass player for the Black Eyed Peas- If the songwriting process differs for Jeff in Low Coast compared to writing for Gameface- Embracing the clean slate that a new project brings- Jeff creating the album artwork for Existing the Dream and how it connects to the music- Signing with Spartan Records & much moreLOW COASThttps://linktr.ee/lowcoastbandhttps://www.instagram.com/lowcoastyamshttps://www.facebook.com/lowcoastbandhttps://lowcoast.bandcamp.com/album/existing-the-dreamhttps://www.spartanrecords.com/products/740547-low-coast-existing-the-dreamhttps://www.instagram.com/42n8sonhttps://www.facebook.com/jeffcaudillmusicPCHInstagram - www.instagram.com/powerchordhourTwitter - www.twitter.com/powerchordhourFacebook - www.facebook.com/powerchordhourYoutube - www.youtube.com/channel/UC6jTfzjB3-mzmWM-51c8LggSpotify Episode Playlists - https://open.spotify.com/user/kzavhk5ghelpnthfby9o41gnr?si=4WvOdgAmSsKoswf_HTh_MgDonate to help show costs -https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pchanthonyhttps://firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out the Power Chord Hour radio show every Friday night at 8 to 11 est/Tuesday Midnight to 3 est on 107.9 WRFA in Jamestown, NY. Stream the station online at wrfalp.com/streaming/ or listen on the WRFA app.Special Thanks to my buddy Jay Vics for the behind the scenes help on this episode!https://www.meettheexpertspodcast.comhttps://www.jvimobile.com
From an early age, Nic Brown was interested in writing and playing the drums. If you listened to 90s alt rock, you've probably heard the song “What I Didn't Know” from a band called Athenaeum, which Nic helped form while he was just in the 8th grade. These days, Nic is a professor at Clemson and the author of three novels. That said, somewhat haunted by his previous musical life, he decided to write about it in a new memoir called 'Bang Bang Crash.' The description reads, “A rock and roll drummer abandons his successful music career to pursue his true passion and discovers a deeper understanding of artistic fulfillment in this episodic memoir of swapping one dream for another.” In this interview, Nic talks about creativity as a process, focusing on what inspires you creatively, the pros and cons of writing memoir, physically removing yourself to recharge, and how he's somewhat comes back to the drums. Read an excerpt called “The Yips” right here: https://oxfordamerican.org/web-only/the-yips-excerpted-from-bang-bang-crash-a-memoir Want more? Steal my first book, Ink by the Barrel - Secrets From Prolific Writers right now for free. Simply head over to www.brockswinson.com to get your free digital download and audiobook. If you find value in the book, please share it with a friend as we're giving away 100,000 copies this year. It's based on over 400 interviews here at Creative Principles. Enjoy! If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It only takes about 60-seconds and it really helps convince some of the hard-to-get guests to sit down and have a chat (simply scroll to the bottom on your iTunes Podcast app and click “Write Review"). Enjoy the show!
Support this Podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carlking In this episode, Carl King talks to Travis Orbin, a complicated metal drummer. Topics include: 1 - Home recording workflow 2 - Abilities like audiation: does he have PERFECT PITCH?! 3 - Strangest place he has toured 4 - Working out on the road 5 - Specific musical inspirations: Lars Ulrich, Dennis Chambers, Virgil Donati 6 - What do his songs mean? 7 - Patreon questions Subscribe on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-carl-king-podcast/id1202709564 Send Me A Tip! https://paypal.me/carlkingdom https://www.venmo.com/u/carlkingdom Subscribe on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4VlLUSeRUrDzF1Omtu9rdp SHOW NOTES / LINKS Travis Orbin on Bandcamp https://travisorbin.bandcamp.com/ Travis Orbin w/ Pete Peterson / Bugz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7scPZS3zfKM Travis Orbin w/ Pete Peterson / Eigenvalue https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0f2TP-Lugk Travis Orbin - Blame Session / III https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXib2Hl1X6I
Garza sits down with Philadelphia metalcore band Jesus Piece. In this episode we shout out a ton of sic bands for you to check out. How Aaron got to sing on a Sanguissugabogg track, non-metal influeneces & much more! Their new album ...So Unknown is out this 4/14! https://www.jesuspiecehc.com SPONSORS: Click this link to purchase from Sweetwater & help support the podcast: imp.i114863.net/rnrmVB Jesus Piece is: Aaron Heard - Vocals David Updike - Guitar John DiStefano - Guitar Anthony Marinaro - Bass Luis Aponte - Drums TIME CODES: 00:00 - Sanguisugabogg's “Face Ripped Off” w/ Aaron 04:46 - Putrid Stu, C.B.T. & Pornogrind/Goregrind 10:08 - D-Beats & Writing w/ Drummer, Luis Aponte 17:30 - Being Friends Before the Band 19:57 - East Coast Heaviness & Growing Up w/ Death Metal 22:43 - Limewire & Pantera Live in Moscow 24:10 - Stolen Van 27:30 - Show Me the Body Tour 29:49 - ...So Unknown (Writing & Recording Process) 44:10 - Jesus Piece Crazy Live Shows 46:20 - Shouting Out All the Sick Bands 50:51 - Rejecting the “Beatdown” Label & Discovering Great Music 59:45 - Non-Metal Influences & Sounding Unique 01:06:42 - Luis Drumming for Charli XCX on SNL, HateFiveSix, FYA Fest 01:15:48 - Halfway Through the 1st Tour in Five Years, Warped Tour & Sour Patch Kids 01:20:00 - If You Think Too Much, You Won't Do It
Wild is the Wind & VulnerabilityBudgie is Shirley's all-time favourite Drummer of her all-time favourite Band!Budgie Blushes in glorious Surround-SoundWhen Garbage played their first London show in 1995Budgie was moshing in the pit with Banshees' Billy ChainsawShirley felt as overwhelmed as Budgie did by Bowie Golden Years30 Big ones and Shirley couldn't have dreamed it25 Big ones for Lol in his old LA chairShirley loves Lol saying ‘Butch' in his best Scottish accent A Hard time in LA during lockdown had Shirley return to Scotland asapLittle Red CorvetteLol and Budgie dreamed of driving - Shirley drives electric dreamsNow all is Zen behind the wheel - Saving the Rage for the StageShirley was bullied as a kid - SATB helped her become Empowered!Lol and Shirley like Being Stupid sometimes Break-Up to Make-Up On Tour with The Creatures, came Budgie's wake-up call Like an old British sitcom, Lol and Budgie share similar experiences Garbage had to break-up to stay together – to ignore what was being said The Cure & Banshees were too young to know - a year out might have saved them. Don't Talk to Me About LoveWe talk about the C-word - Shirley wants the T-shirt!Leaving The Cure was like Lol leaving his family or Excommunication! To understand change is not easy - such a huge part of our identity. Budgie has come to know love's changesBeing in a band is like being married - the Pot calling the Kettle Black!ChangesShirley succinctly explains being in a bandRelieved that the band has adjusted to her changes Shirley humbled by hip surgery - a triumphant story!Shirley says, forget your ego - enjoy life and seize the day.Ringo Starr says… Up yer bum!____Respect: John Lennon (October 9th 1940 – December 8th 1980) ‘Instant Karma'____CONNECT WITH US:Curious Creatures:Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.comFacebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialTwitter: @curecreaturesInstagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialLol Tolhurst: Website: https://loltolhurst.comFacebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whooInstagram: @budgie646 Curious Creatures is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
Babes Behind the Beats with Jess Bowen & Bowie Jane
What an amazing career Mona Tavakoli has had! Do not miss this episode! The post Mona Tavakoli – Drummer, Jason Mraz, Raining Jane appeared first on idobi Network.
Adult ADHD ADD Tips and Support
Adult ADHD ADD Tips and Support Podcast - The Importance of Self-Care. This podcast is an audio companion to the book "The Drummer and the Great Mountain - A Guidebook to Transforming Adult ADD / ADHD." Many of us have not taken the time to learn what our specific nervous system needs to function optimally. We tend to compare ourselves to others who aren't wired the same way we are, often pushing ourselves much too hard. This can lead to feeling emotionally dysregulated and overwhelmed on a regular basis. And yet, in many situations, we have much more control than we realize. In this episode, we'll discuss self-care strategies to help keep your nervous system calm so you can think more clearly and be more productive. Links Mentioned in this Episode: (PDF) Self-Care Worksheet Don't see a player? Click this link to download the MP3 file. If you have an Apple device (iPhone/iPad), you can download the podcast (and subscribe) for free at this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/adult-adhd-add-tips-support/id988935339 Visit the podcast web page to listen to all 98 episodes: http://www.drummerandthegreatmountain.com/adult-adhd-add-podcast >> Take the ADHD Hunter-type Quiz Outro voice over by Lauren Regan. Episode photo credit: Maria Isabella Bernotti Intro and outro music by Bahman Sarram For more info, visit: http://www.DrummerAndTheGreatMountain.com
Eric Dixon is a longtime staple of the Baltimore music scene. From skateboarding early in life to then finding a passion for drums that landed him in some of Baltimore's most reconized bands, like Liqour Bike, to more recently 4 footer and Bastards of Reality. He shares great stories from the early punk days, including shotguning beers with Slayer at The Loft, to being a promotor for Memory Lane, to managing Guitar Centers. We have a great conversation outside of drums as well as some drum geek talk for you drummers. Eric has been an influence for years and was great to get to sit down and learn about his life then and now.