Rich Redmond is a touring/recording drummer/percussionist based in Nashville, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California. He has recorded or played with Jason Aldean, Ludacris, Kelly Clarkson, Bryan Adams, Joe Perry, Jewel, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, John Eddie, Pam Tillis, Susan Ashton, Deana Carter, Kid Rock, Lauren Alaina, Trace Adkins, Randy Owens, Marty Stuart, Mindy McReady, Rushlow, Gene Watson, John Anderson, Doc Walker, Jedd Hughes, Patricia Conroy, Earl Thomas Conley, Hank Williams III, Emily West, Jo El Sonnier, Jim Brickman, Lee Brice, Steel Magnolia, The Stellas, Kevin Fowler, and many others.
As the drummer with country star Jason Aldean, Redmond has recorded ten number-one singles, with over seven million albums sold and over thirteen million single downloads.
As a member of the production team New Voice Entertainment (NV), Redmond has helped develop new talent, such as Thompson Square, whose first single “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not?” was the most played song on radio in 2011.
Rich attended The University of North Texas and was voted “best country drummer” and “best clinician” by Modern Drummer Magazine in 2010.
Redmond is an endorsing artist for DW, Sabian, Remo, Promark, Roland, ddrum, Audio-Technia, Gator, Puresound, Tunebot, and Zoom, among others.