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It's been eleven years since we've heard Patrick Keeler driving the Raconteurs on a brand-new set of noisy, infectious, and hard-grooving songs. And that's just too long.
In December of 2014 Modern Drummer interviewed the legendary Ginger Baker, who died this past weekend, on the occasion of his last studio album, Why?
Thirty-eight-year-old Mark Guiliana has gone from playing New York City’s seediest jazz bars to recording with one of the greatest rockers of all time.
Gavin Harrison speaks with carefully chosen words and a deliberate flow, with no phrase out of place.
Goodbye Jazz School, Hello Pop-Punk Heaven Lia Braswell of A Place to Bury Strangers compares notes with the drummer, who recently joined up with one of the freshest bands around.
Back in 1977, after doing sessions in L.A. for a number of top acts and appearing on many hit records together, keyboardist David Paich and drummer Jeff Porcaro decided to write, record, and tour for themselves.