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I am available for session drumming & live shows. I've been playing the drums for 19+ years and professionally for 11 years. My main genres are funk, jazz, blues, & folk rock, but still very fluent in most other genres.
I have toured nationally & internationally with many bands, and have many recording credits as a musician, producer, & engineer.
I have studied live sound & studio engineering at The Los Angeles Recording School in Los Angeles, CA, music theory at Portland Community College, and I have been mentored by drummer Anthony Jones (Pink Martini, N-Touch Band, Patrick Lamb, and many more).
For a more detailed overview of my resume, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Price Range: Contact for rates
What to Expect
I am easy to contact.
I am a quick learner.
I am very detail oriented.
I have all of my own professional gear. (drums, cymbals, hardware, small percussion, in-ear monitors, & cases for all)
I keep all of my gear very well maintained and show/recording ready.
I have reliable transportation.
I usually arrive 30 minutes before setup to survey the stage/band area, as well as address any unforeseen changes.
I takes me between 20-40 minutes to load-in and setup, depending on stage access and the amount of gear needed. Same for teardown.
I always come to gigs clean cut and in the proper attire.
Yamaha Oak Custom Drumset (10", 12”, 16", & 22")
Gretsch Maple Bop Drumset (12”, 14”, & 18”)
Zildjian K & T-Cymbal Cymbals.
I endorse T-Cymbal cymbals.
- Kirsch Drums Custom Free-Floating Birch
- Yamaha Oak Custom (14"x6.5")
- Pearl Masters Free-Floating Maple (14"x7")
- Pearl Limited Edition Maple (13"x8")
Tama Iron Cobra HP900 Power Glide Single Pedal
Pearl Heavy Duty Chrome Hardware
Humes & Berg, Roadrunner, and Ahead Cases
Roland SPD-S Drum Sampling Pad
Behringer EU 1202 mixer
Additional Booking Notes
When performing outside, there must be a covering over the stage/performance area that protects my drums & myself from the sun, rain, and any other elements that are harmful to my gear.
For monitoring, I prefer a XLR or 1/4” line for my in-ear monitoring system when possible or a monitor wedge.
I require an area no smaller the 6' by 5' to accommodate my drum kit.
I need at least one power output.
Influences & Inspiration
Chris "Daddy" Dave
Robert Glasper Experiment
The Foreign Exchange
Go By Train