300 episodes

Welcome to Drummer's Resource, a show featuring conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros. Created for you, the professional drummer, intermediate drummer, or beginning drummer, Drummer's Resource serves up weekly episodes packed with real-world advice for drummer striving to be the best version of themselves. Host Nick Ruffini digs deep and probes his guests about their failures, successes, advice and much more. Drummer's Resource has everything you need to succeed: Education, Information, and Motivation for drumming and beyond.

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    • 4.9, 40 Ratings

Welcome to Drummer's Resource, a show featuring conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros. Created for you, the professional drummer, intermediate drummer, or beginning drummer, Drummer's Resource serves up weekly episodes packed with real-world advice for drummer striving to be the best version of themselves. Host Nick Ruffini digs deep and probes his guests about their failures, successes, advice and much more. Drummer's Resource has everything you need to succeed: Education, Information, and Motivation for drumming and beyond.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

PBazeley ,

Great podcast!

A must for drummers. Great tips and inspiration.
I recently found this podcast and have been binge listening for the last few weeks.
Keep up the good work Nick.
Cheers Paul

Rhcho ,

Great, but less Nick/more guest please

I love the show and have been listening for years. Nick speaks to some amazing guests and I really value the tips and advice that come through from these players with years of experience and some of their stories are fascinating. I often find it quite motivating in terms of my own playing and keeping at it! My only gripe is that Nick often interrupts the guests and if you listen for long enough you start to hear the same stories/ideas which can become a bit repetitive (and at times annoying). Each guest has a unique perspective and it would be more valuable and interesting to hear more from them. Nevertheless I love the show and Daniel Glass is always amazing.

Andiedrums ,

Let the Guest Talk!

I was asked at the start of listening to a recent episode of this podcast to leave a review as it wouldn’t cost me a dime, so here’s my nickels worth.

I’ve been listening to this podcast for a few years. I don’t listen to every episode, I pick and choose, because not every episode is for me. I usually listen to the episodes featuring artists who I’m familiar with or know and love. I appreciate the hard work and the time and effort that goes into producing more than 400 episodes. But what frustrates me is the interviewer always overcrowd the interview with his thoughts and ideas and concepts. You really need to let the interviewee speak more and listen to them and give us a chance to glean wisdom for the podcast subject.

The most recent interview with Sarah Thawer was a classic example of that. Let the woman speak, she knows what she’s doing and I want to hear from her. I had to turn it off, because Nick just got in the way to much!

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