Tag Archives: Performance

Percussive Christmas

All good wishes to all my percussive friends, followers, connections, bloggers and bashers. To all business acquaintances and colleagues have a bumper Christmas. Hope to hear from you all in the New Year when I will be putting together another … Continue reading

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A break in transmission

No posts in the last few weeks due to editing, revising and making sure I am communicating all the musical intensions through the score and individual parts to Deranged Drums on Digital Vistas.  Not an easy task as once one … Continue reading

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It’s not about me…

a sentiment that is becoming lost in a world that celebrates the superficial, the new fad and the mediocre.  A world that promotes celebrities that have achieved very little but have the look of the moment and only a snapshot … Continue reading

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Time

I have had an on-off relationship with time over the years.  When I started playing drums the main role that was expected was to be able to ‘play time’. That could mean play in time (metronomic) or accompany musicians with … Continue reading

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Stage fright no matter what the venue

Listening to the comments about the cricket between England and Australia on Test Match Special or the analysis of certain golfers at The Open Championship this week reminded me how similar all performers are.  Whether it is in sport or … Continue reading

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