I'm a freelance session drummer who enjoys filling in and pinchhitting at rehearsals, live performances, and recording sessions.

What can you expect of me as your session or temporary replacement drummer? Never missing a rehearsal, recording or live performance; always being fully prepared to rehearse, play or record, and; consistently 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 commitment. A generous musician is a musician who gives her fullest time and energy to the band or ensemble she is assisting. Egos deserve to 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: .

I recently completed my studies in Music Business and Technology at the College of Southern Nevada. There is a very good possibility that I will soon be relocating to a major city on the east coast that is known for its rich tradition in music. As soon as that opportunity is finalized, I will post that information here.

Thank you for your time.


"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;
12”X8” 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.