A great man (I think it was Mr Miyagi from The Karate Kid) once said:

"There is no such thing as a bad student. Only a bad teacher".

Wise words.

And some that really make sense to me, having been involved in drum and music

education professionally for the past 10 years. In that time I have been extremely

fortunate to have met some truly inspirational teachers and I would like to dedicate

this blog/magazine - (you could call it either a blogazine or a blagazine, depending

on if you think I know what I'm talking about!) - to those drummers who have really

made a difference in the world of drums and drum education.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Who would you like to see interviewed???

Hello again (or maybe just "hello" if this is your first visit)!

I would like to know; If there is one drummer in the world that you would like to see interviewed, who would it be?  And, what question would you like to ask them?

I have already had some success with this idea, as one of my UK students suggested I try to get an interview with the fantastic Travis Orbin.  Mr Orbin kindly agreed!  He gave up some of his extremely precious time to answer some questions from us.

So, if there is someone that you would like to see interviewed, contact me here and let me know.

Also, if you are an instrument manufacturer who would like some free (yes, FREE!) press, please also contact me on the above link and I will be happy to interview you about your company and product.

Please enjoy the interview with Mr Orbin which was posted here earlier today, browse the rest of the magazine (still in it's infancy!) and subscribe &/or follow this blog for more great interviews with some amazing drummers!

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