Learn from the drummers playing the biggest stages. Mistakes, life lessons, hilarious moments and highlights are some of the things you can expect to hear.
Lessons Learned after 26+ Years of Touring | Brian Frasier-Moore, Drummer for Justin Timberlake
Some lessons are learned quickly. Others take a lifetime to learn. Brian shares some lessons that it’s taken him 26 years of professional drumming to learn.
What to Look for in a Great Mentor | Ben Bradley, Drummer for Brett Kissel
The only thing that being a three-time CCMA Drummer of the year means is that you’re willing to work hard, you’ve been blessed with great mentors, and learned some important lessons along the way. Ben just finished the most extensive tour in Canadian history with Brett Kissel, and shares about what the ups and downs look like.
The Reality of Getting Paid as a Drummer | Kevin Murphy, Drummer for Tonic, Jon Pardi, Randy Houser | Pt 2
Kevin’s known to have some strong, but well-warranted opinions about drumming, the state of the biz, getting paid, and how social media has affected the quality of drummers. We felt like a podcast was the best place to expand on those.
Is Country the New Rock? | Kevin Murphy, Drummer for Tonic, Jon Pardi, Randy Houser | Pt 1
Kevin’s known to have some strong, but well-warranted opinions about drumming, the state of the biz, getting paid, and how social media has affected the quality of drummers. We felt like a podcast was the best place to expand on those. In Part 1, we focus on the music industry, styles, and his unique approach to teaching.
Maintaining Relationships With Your Artists | Jeremy Kleynhans
Jeremy plays with many artists. He may leave for a month long tour and have to sub out on some shows, but many artists choose to put him back in once he’s back. Artist’s can’t seem to replace him, so we talk about why this might be.
How To Deal With Being the New Guy | Alex Torjussen, drummer for Niall Horan
Alex has been touring from a young age, and has been the ‘new guy” enough times to know how to react and grow quickly to fill the shoes.
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Dope podcast.. the host talks over the guest a lil too much for me. Let em talk.
the host talks over the guest a lil too much for me. Let the guest talk.
Solid lineup of guests
The podcast has a solid lineup of guests. It would probably be better if the host asked short questions and let the guests share more though. Not sure what happened to 180 Drums itself and I really miss seeing and hearing from Jake.
I've listened to one episode so far with Matt Greiner from August burns red and I'm already a fan, good questions that provide helpful advice for drumming and life. Looking forward to diggin in deeper.