To be a great drummer is to have balance, time, groove and independence. It goes without saying, whether you are new or a pretty established player, working on these core principles can be a statement of how far an individual can be judged, for most of us this is a state of constant learning. But, … Continue reading Left hand, right hand, kick..
As a full member of the Musicians' Union I take pride in not only using the union to get the latest in teaching practices and methods but I also have all the resources available in providing the best and well researched music education. By having the support of the union I have an ever growing … Continue reading Musicians’ Union
Does brand make a difference? Is it the sound, look, make or representing artists that make us choose what we like or not like to play? Is it really all that important about the "gear", does a price tag make a difference or are we just sucked into the whole advertising world and how its … Continue reading Brand Vs Technique
Drums were the very first instrument used apart from the human voice. In fact drums have been part of our DNA all along. Whether you're new or just starting out, beneath everyone, there is the capacity for rhythm and coordination, most us can recognise a beat or keep time in various forms. The drums are … Continue reading Pointing in the right direction..