Modern Drummer has opened up voting for their 2015 Reader’s Poll. Voting ends Dec 15, so you’d better hurry!
Yet another list has been compiled of the top drummers of all time. Today’s list comes from the New Zealand Herald. I’m not sure who vetted this list, but it appears to be somewhat of a “most famous drummers of all time” list. All the regulars make appearances, but who do you think is missing?
Weckl, Lang, Gadd, Peart, Bonham.. these are all names synonomous with amazing drumming, but who’s next? Who are the up-and-comers that will be gracing the cover of Modern Drummer in the years to come?
We’ve been following these brackets on the show, and the final votes are in! The greatest drummer of all time, as voted by the readers of consequenceofsound.net, is none other than Neil Peart! With a staggering 87% of the vote, Peart crushed John Bonham in the final round. What do you think about it?
It’s no secret that Britain has provided the world with some of the best drummers to ever sit behind the tubs. Indeed, the island nation has no shortage of amazing drumming talent.
Music Radar has polled, and the readers have answered and given their top 10 greatest British drummers! Did your favorite make the list?
A few weeks ago we brought you a list of 11 bands where the drummer is the coolest member. Here’s a list of songs where the drums are the most important part! There are some of the usual suspects, but there are also a few surprise entries. What do you think of this list!
The true masters never stop being a student of their craft and never stop looking for inspiration. Sometimes, that inspiration comes from artists younger than yourself! We can all agree that Steve Smith is a true guru of the drums, but what jazz albums featuring younger drummers (younger than Steve, that is) inspire him?