Keith Knudsen and Chet McCracken, drummers for the popular Doobie Brothers, relate how the advantages outweigh the difficulties working in a two .0drummer situation. The pair also evaluate their own performance styles and preferences within the musical context of the band.
Having worked professionally since the age of 19, Joe Cocuzzo has an abundance of musical knowledge. His respect for and understanding of the drummer's position within the music has prepared him for affiliations with Buddy DeFranco, Gary McFarland, Don Ellis, Woody Herman and Tony Bennett.
Ed Greene has the distinction of being one of Los Angeles' hottest studio drummers. Greene explains what it's like to work in the studios while trying to keep your personal musical goals alive, and what the responsibilities of a studio musician entail. He also speaks on the methods used in a recording studio and how the drums are appropriately adjusted for each session.
We often think of orchestral musicians us stuffy and snobbish individuals who look down upon the rest of the musical world. If there is anyone to disprove this stereotype, it's Morris "Arnie" Lang, percussionist with the New York Philharmon