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David Park is a musician and has been playing drums for more than 30 years. His accomplishments include an extensive discography as a third of Sonoma Front, a progressive rock group in the northeast and self released albums he recorded and produced music in which every instrument heard in them was played by him. His approach to drumming involve those similar to his strongest influences, Stewart Copeland and Neil Peart: A strong steady paced rhythm on which to build on, adding different nuances along the way to make for a unique and interesting work in every song. A strong vocalist well versed in the ability to harmonize, David is also able to sing and harmonize while playing. Yet another important aspect he feels is just as important is the kind of teamwork it takes to put a performance on stage. He believes that one of the most important aspects of the succeeding in the industry is centered on the ability to play well with others and to maintain focus on playing for the music and to be able to meld with a group musically as though he's been part of it for years, regardless of whether he's been with the group a month, a week or even an hour. David feels the best way to achieve this synergy is to feel out the musical styles and approaches of group. It also helps to get to know a little about the influences of each member and as the new kid on the block, be able to take direction well and fit fills and harmonies where appropriate. He is also well versed in the art of Polynesian percussion with a focus on Hawaiian and Tahitian styles, in which he received training from some of the most talented and versatile musicians and masters in the art.

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Jun 22 2019
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Years playing music:
Gigs played:
50 to 100
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week


The Police, Rush, Dream Theater, Iron Maiden, Stewart Copeland, Neil Peart, Nicko McBrain, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai.

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Generally Roland TD9 is used for most studio recording, however a solid acoustic kit is almost always used for live performances.