Percussion สาธารณะ
[search 0]
เพิ่มเติม

ดาวน์โหลดแอปเลย!

show episodes
 
Mannarkoil J Balaji is a Mridangam Artiste, Based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu India. He has a performance experience of over 35 years in the field of Carnatic Music. Mridangam is called "King of Percussion Instruments and Queen of Melody". Mannarkoil Balaji has a wide experience of over 3500 public performances all over the world. He has been featured alongwith many stalwarts in this field. He has also conducted lecture demonstrations on various aspects relating to this instrument. In this Podcas ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Damon and Stephen talk about West Virginia, writing articles, multiple college ensembles and degrees, touring with a grammy nominated band and more. There's other segments like: R.I.P., Happy Birthday, iconic recording, music news and others.
 
UTEP Percussion Professor Andy Smith returns to talk about his time at UMass and working in drumlines in New England (01:20), his 9+ years going to and teaching at Middle Tennessee State, along with some timely financial advice (13:10), his time as a doctoral student at Indiana University (30:30), and interacts with the Random Ass Questions (52:20)…
 
Vater Drumstick Artist Brooke C joined us live to talk about how she got into drumming at 6 years old, her influences, how she grew her huge social media fan base and how that lead to her meeting and sitting in live with bands that she did drum covers of. We also dug into what she has going on with her band, PLUSH, from landing on the Billboard cha…
 
Damon gets to talk to Joel about his musical adventures, being roommates with Dave Weckl, helicopter rides, subbing as a sideman, open drum solos and more. There's other segments like: gig alerts, Happy Birthday, an iconic recording, educational spotlight, music news and others.
 
University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) Percussion Professor Andy Smith stops by to talk about his UTEP job and his previous work in Nashville (04:00), his drumline experience and commissioning works for solo drum set (26:25), growing up in Connecticut, New England’s marching band culture, and early gigging experiences (48:30), and his undergrad care…
 
Damon gets to talk to Mike about his new album, performing live again, his new job in Arizona, his duo and much more. There's other segments too, including: R.I.P., Happy Birthday, educational spotlight, music news and more.
 
Vater Drumsticks Artist John Fred Young of Black Stone Cherry joined us from Kentucky to talk about his musical family, growing up on the family farm, forming Black Stone Cherry when he was 16, the endless hard work of being in a band, his influences and so much more. Hosted by Dom Famularo. John Fred Young uses the Vater 55AA drumstick model. www.…
 
Reposted (with a new introduction) in Memory of Alan Shinn. Included: Texas Tech teaching years (05:30) Growing up in Kansas City and Columbia, MO (22:30) Undergrad at Mizzou (32:45) Texas Tech Grad School years (56:00) The usual close to the podcast (01:10:20) Links: Alan Shinn’s Texas Tech page Charles Emmons Tim Lautzenheiser Lisa Rogers on the …
 
Damon gets to talk to Sikiru about growing up in a family of talking drum players, other Yoruban drums, other jobs he's had, getting stranded in America, and some of the legendary musicians he's worked with among other things. There's also other segments like R.I.P., gig alerts, music news and more!
 
Composer and Percussionist Alexis C. Lamb stops by to talk about her current percussion and composition duties and getting started on her composition doctorate at the University of Michigan (03:00), taking care of her physical and mental health (17:00), growing up in Colorado, her band “Local Youth”, and making coffee at a local trampoline park (26…
 
Damon gets to talk to Ian Hale about taking over the percussion program at Umass after Thom Hannum's retirement, how to keep a program growing and other challenges of a percussionist and an educator among other topics. There are other segments like music news. This episode was recorded before the news dropped about the great Charlie Watts.…
 
A living blues legend, shuffle king, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer - Chris Layton joined us to catch up and chat about his lengthy career working with Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, Arc Angels, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Experience Hendrix and more. We heard from Chris about how hearing Chubby Checker changed his life, quiting a steady paying gig to play wi…
 
Matt Starr joined us to talk about how to navigate the music industry as a "hired gun", how to be fully prepared for a gig.session/tour, how to negotiate your pay, importance of doing good business in the music business, being a young KISS fan to finding himself working with KISS members, his upcoming tour, songwriting, producing, being a career co…
 
University of Oklahoma Adjunct Professor of Percussion Emily Salgado stops by to talk about her new job, her DMA program at Michigan, and her research and time as a drum major (02:35), her percussion duo Catch XXII (14:35), her work on the PAS Diversity Alliance and her composition consortium “Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History” (24:40), growin…
 
Damon gets to talk to Mike about education, curriculum, Amsterdam, creative thinking and problem solving, crossing genres and much more! There are other segments like: gig alerts, iconic recording, music news and others.
 
Julie Spencer returns to talk about the roots of her social consciousness and re-evaluating her own perspective over the years (02:15), her cooking skills and where she learned them (15:45), some of her favorite books (27:45), the influence of tennis, evolving into a discussion of playing music on a higher plane (32:15), and the many aspects of art…
 
Hayley Brownell is a great drummer, singer, guitarist and songwriter that is currently on tour with rising star Olivia Rodrigo, including a recent stop at Saturday Night Live. Hayley is also very involved with the Hit Like a Girl contest, so this chat is loaded with lots of inspiring stuff! Hosted by Dom Famularo. Hayley uses the Vater Keg 5A Drums…
 
Damon gets to talk to Miguel about Indiana, Miami, Egypt, injuries similarities in percussion instruments, the Otaak band and much more! There are other segments as well like: educational spotlights, an iconic recording, music news and others.
 
Percussionist, Composer, Improvisationalist, Visual Artist (and many more!) Julie Spencer stops by to talk about her artistic life these days, writing “purposeful music”, and many other artistic endeavors (03:15), what motivates her art, finding a way to do what she loves amongst many obstacles, and her openness to learning outside of her comfort z…
 
Damon gets to talk to Michito while on tour about the road, subbing, protecting gear, recording and other adventures. There's other segments too like: gig alerts, educational spotlight, music news and others.
 
Tony Hajjar defines grit, sacrifice, determination, perseverance and passion. Tony is best known for his work with At The Drive In, but trust us…there’s a lot more to Tony that we got into in this powerfully inspiring conversation about living life as well as music! Tony uses the Vater Power 5B Acorn drumstick model. www.vater.com www.instagram.com…
 
South Carolina State University Director of Bands and Percussion Professor Patrick Moore stops by to talk about his current job, teaching show-style vs. corps-style band, and writing for the drumline (02:40), teaching at an HBCU, getting his doctorate while working, and his doctoral research (30:50), growing up in Arkansas, the influence of Stax Re…
 
Damon gets to talk to Jonathan about his approach to the steel pan, composition, languages, his family, Béla Fleck and so many other adventures. There are also other segments like: R.I.P., Happy Birthday, gig alerts, educational spotlight, iconic recording, music news and more!
 
Stephen F. Austin State University (SFASU) in Texas Percussion Professor Brad Meyer returns to the podcast to talk about getting tenured and promoted and the requirements to do so at his school (02:30), the pandemic and its effects on his teaching (16:30), his stint as Chair of the PAS Health and Wellness Committee and the expansion of idea of well…
 
Damon gets to talk to Andrew about Hershey Park, Drum Corps, the studio he's building, baking, Miami adventures and so much more. There's also segments like: gig alerts, educational spotlight, music news and others!
 
Ashlyn Shanafelt is a superb musician, independent drummer and educator out of Austin Texas. Ashlyn is always a focused, dedicated and a hard-working student herself, constantly pushing herself to the next level. She keeps busy with session and live work so we will get her insight into being an independent drummer in the unique Austin music scene. …
 
EPISODE 250!!! Matthew Coley returns to talk about his years teaching at Iowa State University, and the challenges and accomplishments during his time there (01:50), and finishing with the Random Ass Questions segment, with discussions on bringing marimba to the masses, being LGBTQIA+ in the percussion world, buying glasses, student impressions of …
 
Shuffles, Memphis, Brush work, touring with Albert King and the advice Jim Keltner gave him is just some of what Vater Drumsticks artist George Sluppick spoke to Dom Famularo about. George has played with Albert King, JJ Grey & Mofro, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Morgan James, Sha Na Na, Macy Gray, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh and many more. George uses …
 
Damon gets to talk to Richie about his adventures in travel, his passion for education, the products he's invented how he got his nickname, his books and videos, and much more! There are other segments like gig alerts, product review, music news and more.
 
Heartland Marimba Founder, Entrepreneur, and Arts Administrator Matthew Coley stops by to talk about the history of Heartland Marima, freelancing, and his background in arts administration (02:25), the many ways the Covid pandemic has affected his life (28:15), growing up in southwest Virginia and the beginnings of his percussion career (37:30), st…
 
Damon gets to talk to Ryan about his adventures in NYC and L.A. as well as music business Pro-Tips, additional career options for drummers and percussionists (spoiler alert: tour managers), and more! There are other segments including music news, an iconic recording, educational spotlight and others.…
 
C. Alan Publications owner, composer, and percussionist Nathan Daughtrey returns to the podcast to talk about taking over C. Alan Publication, then having to deal with the pandemic (02:15), developing composers, making a pathway into the concert band literature world, and company changes during the pandemic (19:30), the joys of fatherhood and creat…
 
Damon gets to talk to Tim about marching in and teaching drum corps, his new WGI indoor HBCU drumline, and other percussion adventures he has had along the way. There's other segments like: Educational Spotlight, Iconic Recording, Product Review, Music News and others.
 
Brent Fitz of Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators/TOQUE checked in with us to share some career history, advice and stories from his personal professional experience. Brent has been on the kit for Alice Cooper, Vince Neil, Gene Simmons, Ronnie Montrose, Brad Whitford of Aerosmith and so many more. On top of drums, he also has played …
 
Episode 15 guest Jeff Hewitt returns to talk about what’s been going on in his career in the past 5 years (03:45), teaching in the Park Hill School District in Kansas City, Missouri, during a pandemic and getting creative in delivering content (16:!5), unexpectedly teaching high school full time and focusing on your quality of life (34:45), and the…
 
Damon gets to talk to Jordan about his travels and musical adventures, his role at SoundBetter, writing educational books, teaching lessons, Broadway type shows and more. There are other segments like: R.I.P., Happy Birthday, Social Soundbyte, music news and others.
 
Loading …

คู่มืออ้างอิงด่วน

Google login Twitter login Classic login