- Member #
- Member since
- 28 Mar 2007
- Last activity record:
- Active within 1 week
- Instruments played:
- Alternative/Modern Rock, Acoustic, Cover/Tribute
- Screen name:
- Parker, Colorado, 80134
- 39 years old
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- 50 to 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 2-3 nights a week
- Most available:
Keyboard, Bass Guitar, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocalist - General.
If you have an idea of a project you want to persue send me an email. .
I RECENTLY ADDED THE 'Gen Zildjian 16' CYMBALS TO MY ARSENAL!!!!!
These cymbals are perfect for any small venue or coffee house set-up that require low volume. These cymbals are 75% quieter than traditional cymbals and they look BAD ASS! Check out the pictures on my site. If you need a drummer for some covers hit me up and I'll send you a list of songs I KNOW REAL WELL!!
Solid Drummer with gigging and recording experience. I can play live and record to a click if needed. My most recent band Double Down played frequently in the Metro Denver area. Don't be hesitant to drop me a line just to say hi. Side projects are fun.
email me at my yahoo account using denverdrummerdude
My musical influences are ever evolving. I grew up in the 80's and my favorite bands came spanned New Wave, Glam, Rock, Metal, Rap and
Skater music. I love everything 80's!!!! Van Halen, Depeche Mode,
Berlin, Metal Church, The Pretenders, Butthole Surfers ... The first songs I tried to learn as a kid on drums were '2 Minutes to Midnight' Iron Maiden, 'What You Need' INXS, 'We're Gonna Groove' Zep, 'Indians' Anthrax.:: Actually Scott Rockenfield from 'Queensryche' was the most 'influential' drummer while I was in school. Empire was the album I had to learn cover to cover. Jimmy Chamberlin from 'The Smashing Pumpkins' has influenced me in the 90's. Of course every drummer has to name drop Neal Peart, John
Bonham and my all time favorite Alex Van Halen. Larry Mullen is an all time favorite too. I really admire Brian Niven from 'Big Head Todd'.
Lately I've turned my ear towards Andy Hurley from 'Fall Out Boy', ?uestlove from 'The Roots',
Most recently I've been listening to The Dead Weather, The
Raconteurs, anything with Jack White. Sugarcult, The Donna's', Daft Punk, Chemical Brothers, Audio Bully's, Goldfrapp, DeadMau5.
Mickey Dee and Vinnie Paul are frickin' cool too.
Yamaha and Ludwig 5 piece, plenty of cymbals, roto-toms, Roland electric set and SPD-S sampler. BFD 2.0 on the PC with BFD 2.0
Zildjian Gen16 cymbals