Hosted by me, Seamus Evely, Drumeo Gab podcast focuses on the lives of drummers. These are conversations that are carefully prepared and finely executed, while still allowing freedom and a chance for things to develop a life of their own. I also make sure to include a wide variety of artists on the show. We go from the most in-demand drummers in the world to grassroots players with fantastic stories of their own. This show always puts the guest first to create unique listening experiences for people and to create a time capsule for both myself and listeners. Made with love.
Mike Dolbear - Teaching & Broadcasting In 2020
The story about the kid with cancer that Mike Dolbear coached in order to play drums at a major sporting event is worth the listen alone. That story is incredibly inspirational and heartwarming. The other reason to listen is that Mike is rarely a guest on podcasts. I suppose I am lucky in that he trusted me enough to host him. In any case, to hear his thoughts about luck, confidence, anxiety, teaching, and broadcasting media is very interesting and it is coming from a very good source.
VIP - 12/02/20 - Seamus...Is That A Bass In Your Hand?
Yeah, I started practicing bass guitar. I suck and that is okay. Here are some things I have taken note of. Also, I discuss my thoughts on Dorothea Taylor's account getting hacked and the spirit of Christmas.
Brody Simpson - The Life Of A Recording Engineer
Brody is a highly specialized recording engineer. Considering how many people are now getting into home recordings, Brody is a wealth of information. There are many tips and ideas being presented here that will be incredibly useful for drummers that are making their own recordings and don’t have access to a knowledgeable engineer. It won’t answer all of your questions by any means but the bulk of the conversation relates to drummers who are diving into more studio work and/or are making recordings.
VIP - 11/25/20 - The Beginner's Mind
“If your mind is empty, it is always ready for anything, it is open to everything. In the beginner's mind, there are many possibilities, but in the expert's mind, there are few.” - Shunryu Suzuki
Do I know a lot about this subject? No. However, I have some tangible thoughts about it and I wanted to explore some ideas that involve this beginner's mind concept.
Patch Mahoney - Ludwig Is Why I’m Not A Doctor
Patch and I are buddies within the community. He hit me up to hang out virtually and I recommended that we record it. So this episode is basically a chill chat between two friends. Of course, for the sake of the episode, I prepared some stuff. We ended up talking about his personal and professional background, the “fake it until you make it” concept, social media management, and the always challenging balance between perfectionism and productivity in any artistic endeavor.
VIP - 11/18/20 - Music Tells Me What To Practice
Musicians often say, "the music tells me what to play", and I agree with that one hundred percent. But what if music told us what to practice? I have often heard how confusing it is out there with the many lessons online. There is just so much to potentially learn! But if our music tastes dictated to us what we need to improve upon in order to play the music we love, maybe it would cut down the confusion. That is what today's episode is all about.
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One of the most inspirational drumming/musical podcasts out. Thank you Seamus for all the work that you do. You have great questions and are super genuine!
I have really enjoyed this podcast for a while now and I just listened to the newest Benny Greb and Rashid Williams episodes, really really great content and some timely discussions around non drummy topics.. Appreciate you Seamus!
Seamus engages so well with the guests on the podcast and always asks super thought provoking questions, gets into the nitty gritty and pulls the best out of people