The world’s busiest drummer, Billy Kilson, joins us on today’s Drummer Talk to chat about life at Berklee, Alan Dawson, and his new lessons site, bklessons.com.
It’s a super-sized episode as we talk about what’s out there on the world wide web for music education! PLUS, I have a very special guest, Troy Dares, who gives Drummer Talk listeners an exclusive first look at Billy Kilson’s upcoming drum instruction portal – and he wants your feedback!
Click Here to get an early sneak peek at BK’s new site. Then, post your thoughts, suggestions, and comments to let them know what you think! Remember this is exclusive to Drummer Talk Listeners. Show notes after the break. Read more…
Source: AllAbout Jazz.com
When I was growing up, the really big jazz artist at the time was Louis Armstrong. So, it was kind of like peer pressure-but not really. If I had said that I wanted to play the drums, it would have been like a sacrilegious thing. I always knew that I wanted to be a drummer. My mom would say that I was playing the drums in the womb-always kicking.
Today’s show is part 1 of our PASIC 2005 recap. We talk about the Gustavo Meli, Billy Kilson, and Virgil Donati clinics plus the exhibit hall.