Sometimes, a person becomes noted for something which is merely a by-product of what the person was actually going for.
Seeing Myron Grombacher on stage with Pat Benatar is quite a treat. Aside from being a superb rock drummer—fluid, steady, fluent, tasteful and powerful—he is quite a showman.
A decade ago, it would have been unthinkable to envision a music form born in the steamy slums of Kingston, Jamaica, becoming one of the more exciting influences on contemporary music.
Not long ago, two readers wrote separate letters that said, "I just saw the movie Woodstock. Who was the young drummer playing with Santana?"