I'm happy to finally be able to relaunch Drummers Live with a new look. The original design was terrific for the debut and helped build a dedicated following but it was time for a change. (My personal site will be the next one in line for a new look).
This is a soft launch as there are still some minor tweaks being made to the site. I'll be posting my interview with Nate Morton, drummer of NBC's The Voice very soon so please visit the site and subscribe.
Let me introduce a project that has been floating in the ether for some time and has finally touched the ground.
DRUMMERS LIVE! brings the drum shop conversation straight to you. Whenever drummers get together, the conversation can cover equipment, favorite drummers, gig advice, new music, and everything in between.
The idea for the show came from my need for a drum related podcast that covered that all of the topics that I wanted to hear... well, there's only one way to actually do that.
The concept went through many variations before and after the first episode was recorded. I have no doubt that it'll mutate into something else but for now it's manageable and really gratifying.
In working within the drum industry for almost two decades, I've met a ton of drummers (pros, semi-pros, & everyday Joes) and each had a great story. DRUMMERS LIVE! is me selfishly saying, "I think this drummer is interesting and you should know about them too."
Give it a listen and visit the site at DRUMMERS LIVE.com