I'm a freelance, part-time session drummer who enjoys filling in and pinch-hitting at rehearsals, live performances, and recording sessions.

What can you expect of me as your session drummer?

1) Never missing a rehearsal, recording or live performance;
2) always "first one in, last one out" at every gig;
3) being fully prepared to rehearse, play or record, and;
4) demonstrating a positive and teamwork-oriented attitude.

In other words, being dependable and reliable are as important to me as being skilled behind the drum set. Professionalism and sharp drumming skills go hand in hand.

I also practice being generous with my participation. A generous musician is a musician who gives her all to the band or ensemble she is assisting. Egos can remain in the waiting room until the rehearsal or performance is over.

Additional videos, displaying a variety of genres that I enjoy playing, can be found here:

My availability, at the moment, is limited to part-time and temporary opportunities because of my participation in the Music Business and Technology Program at the College of Southern Nevada. Therefore, full-time band membership is not on my radar.

Thank you for your time.

Member - Local 369 Musicians Union (AFM)

"Auditioning is a two-way street. The band is auditioning for the drummer's commitment as much as the drummer is auditioning for the band". - Devikah

Screen name:
Member since:
Mar 02 2014
Active within 1 month
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week


Everyone I meet has some influence on how I see the world and its music.

Instrument experience:



Sakae Rhythm Almighty Maple (
22"x18" bass drum;
12X8 rack tom;
10"x7" rack tom;
16"X14" floor tom;
14"X14" floor tom, and;
14"X6.5" snare.

Murat Diril cymbals (
21" Hommage ride;
20" Artistic Arena crash;
19" Artistic Mosaic crash;
14" Artistic hi-hat, and;
18" Renaissance Light China.