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Clinic Review – Jojo Mayer Clinic, Memphis Drum Shop

This past Friday (Feb 28th), several of us Visible School drummers saw Jojo Mayer in clinic at the Memphis Drum Shop. Let me tell you… it was a sight to see.

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After the typical introductions from his sponsors, Jojo began giving a brief history of drummers and the lineage of drumming from old school Dixie-land jazz to modern rock. He asserted that anytime something big was happening in music, there was a great drummer that was an integral part of it, mentioning drummers like Gene Krupa, Baby Dodds, and Buddy Rich of older jazz and then people like John Bonham and Stewart Copeland for more modern rock. Read more

Drummer Talk 03/09/2007 – MyCymbal.com/Accessories Every Drummer Needs

I sat down with Jim Petit and Bryan Rumfola from Memphis Drum Shop to unveil their new cymbal website, MyCymbal.com! Also, we discuss accessories every drummer should own.

Drummer Talk 05/08/2006 – Memphis Drum Shop [AUDIO ONLY]

We have an extremely special episode of Drummer Talk this week. We visit the Memphis Drum Shop and sit down with Mike Carter from DW, Terry Brady from Zildjian, Michael Vosbein & Bill Norman from Bosphorous Cymbals, as well as Memphis Drum Shop owner, Jim Petit. Then we take an audio tour around the shop.

Drummer Talk 05/08/2006 – Memphis Drum Shop [ENHANCED]

We have an extremely special episode of Drummer Talk this week. We visit the Memphis Drum Shop and sit down with Mike Carter from DW, Terry Brady from Zildjian, Michael Vosbein & Bill Norman from Bosphorous Cymbals, as well as Memphis Drum Shop owner, Jim Petit. Then we take an audio tour around the shop and this section is ENHANCED with photos that will show up in the iTunes picture window!

Drummer Talk 09/15/2005 – World’s Fastest Drummer, Clinics, Memphis Drum Shop

The second real show features Dave, Ian Mac, and Bryan Rumfola. In this episode we discuss New Orleans, World’s Fastest Drummer, clinics and the Memphis Drum Shop, and entry level kits.

CORRECTION: In this week’s podcast, I mentioned that Paiste was a Finnish company when in fact, it is a Swiss company. Man, I was WAY off!! Thanks, Simon, for the heads up! :^)

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