Today we’ll talk about how to become a more dependable drummer- which is the number one contributing factor to my success as a drummer.
Another crucial part of worship drumming is playing with dynamics. Not only loud and soft, but working out how we incorporate the INTENSITY of our playing into all dynamic levels.
One of 3 core traits I believe every great worship drummer should strive for- sensitivity can go a REALLY long way in improving the worship experience for everyone in your church.
Let’s go behind the scenes and find out what the rehearsals are like for a major national tour.
Let’s change our approach and how we think about practicing the drums, and maybe in the process actually practice MORE and get more improvement in our playing!
Getting a new drum kit certainly feels like Christmas to me, but if your current drum set isn’t getting you 80% of the sound quality you’re looking for- it’s time to make some other changes. That’s what we’re talking about today…
Live from Walt Disney World….’s Parking Lot. One quick tip for getting your bass player to lock in with your drumming.
Even the greatest musicians in the world don’t knock it out of the park 100% of the time. In fact every single legendary musician I’ve ever worked with or encountered knows and accepts that he or she will actually be quite terrible from time to time. If you can start to embrace this about your[…]
I’ve had a recurring dream about playing drums for the past 10 or 15 years. Here’s what I think it means and what we can all learn from it…
Today I’ll share another magic trick on the drums- this time it has to do with how we can use people’s perceptions of our cymbal sounds to pull off seemingly-impossible feats!