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This show features conversations with drummers, educators and other creative artists sharing their experiences and discussing the paths they have followed to pursue a life in the arts. We have all achieved success and faced challenges in a variety of different ways and through these discussions, we will learn about how the choices we make can determine the paths that we are meant to follow.
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Drummer's Weekly Groovecast

Drummer's Weekly Groovecast

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A podcast from two professional drummers talking drums, music, musicians, and the entertainment industry. We resource topics that are important to all musicians along with interviews from drummers and industry professionals. Each show includes special segments on gear, underrated drummers, and great drum tracks. We're here to inspire, illuminate, and motivate...we like to have a lot of fun too.
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BOOM CHUCK a Drummers Podcast

Boom Chuck A Drummers Podcast

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Chris Phillips from IAMDYNAMITE and Mad Valley talking to Drummers about, Life, Skills, Techniques, History, and gear....Pretty much everything! Thanks for Listening! Social Media links mentioned in Podcast are no longer relevant!
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In the Pocket Radio is a podcast for drummers, musicians, professional and amateur to learn to or improve playing in the pocket. Groove can be learned and Frank Sardella, veteran drummer since 1978, and his guests, are going to show you how!
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My name is Dan Wilding, drummer for the band Carcass. I'm obsessed with podcasts, drums and extreme metal. I've been lucky enough to make some very cool friends in my time as a professional drummer. This podcast is a good excuse to talk to some of my extreme drummer friends about being an extreme drummer! Please enjoy these nerdy chats! Blastbeats for life :)
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This episode features my conversation with drummer Rob “ Beatdown “ Brown. Based out of Toronto, Rob is a self taught musician who discovered his passion for drumming as a teenager and developed his skills by analyzing and playing along with the music that inspired him. After leaving a full-time retail job to pursue a career in music back in 2012, …
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This episode features my conversation with renowned drummer & educator Jim Riley. Originally growing up in Boston, Jim went on to study at the University of North Texas where he received his degree in Music Education. In 1997, he moved to Nashville and established himself as one of the most respected and versatile drummers there. For 20 years, Jim …
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This episode features my conversation with drummer Davide DiRenzo. Based out of Toronto, Davide is highly regarded as one of Canada’s most versatile and in-demand drummers. He has performed and recorded around the world with a wide range of artists including Cassandra Wilson, jackSoul, Tom Cochrane, Tomi Swick, Holly Cole, David Wilcox, Molly Johns…
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This episode features part two of my conversation with drummer Nate Morton. On this episode, we continue our discussion about his experiences on The Voice and Rockstar series. We also talk about his perspectives around finding success in the music industry and working to find balance in your life. If you haven’t had the opportunity yet, be sure to …
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This episode features part one of my two part conversation with drummer Nate Morton. Based out of Los Angeles, he is the highly regarded drummer for the house band on NBC’s The Voice. Previously, Nate was the drummer for the reality series Rockstar:INXS & Rockstar: Supernova, and was also part of the house band for the Bonnie Hunt Show. Nate has al…
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This episode features my conversation with drummer David Abbruzzese. Growing up in Texas, David discovered his passion for music early on and began to develop his skills as a drummer through his work with many local bands. In 1991, through a recommendation from drummer Matt Chamberlain, David went to Seattle to audition for Pearl Jam, who were just…
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This episode features my conversation with drummer Dave Patel. Actively involved in the Toronto music scene for over 30 years as a professional drummer, Dave has played on over seventy albums, many jingles, and has worked extensively with numerous artists in different genres demonstrating his ability to adapt to any musical situation. He was a stud…
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This episode features my conversation with renowned Canadian drummer Ted Warren. Born and raised in Saskatchewan and now currently residing in Southern Ontario, Ted discovered his passion for music at a young age. In addition to becoming inspired by the music of his generation, he also discovered an interest in Jazz. Ted went on to study Music at M…
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This episode features my conversation with drummer/educator Dave Stark. Born and raised in New York and now residing in Florida, Dave is an in demand freelance drummer, educator and clinician. He began playing drums at the age of 7 then went on to study with legendary teachers such as Dom Famularo, Jim Chapin, Gary Chaffee and many more. After atte…
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Who posted on Instagram in November about a pop-up show in NYC's East Village date coincident with my few weeks there that made me cancel my plans and hop the subway downtown to catch her play for a half hour? You guessed it, Mia Morris! This is the interview you don't want to miss. You're welcome in advance! Find out why I not only followed her as…
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This episode features my conversation with drummer and educator, Dave Lewitt. Growing up on Long Island, NY, Dave found his inspiration from listening to the music of the fusion and progressive rock era in the 1970’s where he discovered his passion to become a drummer. He pursued his studies at The Conservatory of Music at Purchase College in New Y…
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On this episode, I welcome back drummer Jamie Wollam for his second appearance on my podcast. Best know as the drummer for the iconic band, Tears For Fears, a position he has held since 2010, Jamie is highly regarded for his impeccable and passionate live performances and creativity as an in demand session musician. I first had the opportunity to i…
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This episode features my conversation with drummer Jeff Salem. Based out of Brampton, Ontario, Jeff is an internationally recognized drummer and educator who’s resume includes working with artists such as Fist, Sword, Saints & Sinners, Lee Aaron, Randy Bachman, Canadian Idol winner Kalan Porter, guitarist Rob Tardik and many more. He is currently t…
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This episode features my conversation with Boston based drummer Dave DiCenso. Known for his versatility and his dynamic mastery of the drum set, he began his studies at a young age under the direction of his father, renowned educator Dick DiCenso. Dave went on to establish a successful career working as a sideman for various artists in many differe…
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On this episode, my guest is award-winning drummer, author and educator Claus Hessler. Based in Germany, Claus is highly regarded for his mastery of Moeller Technique and Open-Handed Playing approach and has achieved recognition for his creative and innovative drumming concepts. Claus continues to be an in demand and respected educator and has publ…
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This episode features my conversation with Rob Wallis. Rob is the co-founder, along with Paul Seigel, of DCI Music, that has produced many classic drum education video releases which are considered to be essential viewing. Rob went on to establish Hudson Music and is highly regarded as a leader in the drum publishing industry. Although best known f…
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On this episode, my guest is Daniel Glass, who is an award-winning drummer, author, historian and educator based in New York City. Highly regarded as an authority on classic American drumming and the evolution of American Popular Music, Daniel is best known for his time spent as a member of the retro swing group Royal Crown Revue. Daniel has record…
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In Episode 20 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I speak to Matthew Arrebollo. Matt is an American drummer and is best known for his work with Gatecreeper. If you want to find out more about Matt, please check out the following: Instagram: @holographic_skull_slammer YouTube: Search "Matt Arrebollo drum" If you want to support the podcast, please head …
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This episode features Part Two of a roundtable discussion with Matthew Crouse and Zack Albetta from the Working Drummer podcast. With over 400 episodes and counting, the Working Drummer Podcast has become an essential source for those interested in what it’s like to maintain a career as professional drummer. In our conversation, we continue our dis…
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This episode features a roundtable discussion with Matthew Crouse and Zack Albetta from the Working Drummer podcast. With over 400 episodes and counting, the Working Drummer Podcast has become an essential source for those interested in what it’s like to maintain a career as professional drummer. Renowned for their in depth interviews with an empha…
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In Episode 19 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I speak to Jocke Wallgren. Jocke is a Swedish drummer and is best known for his work with Amon Amarth. If you want to find out more about Jocke, please check out the following: Youtube.com/jockewallgren Instagram: @jocke_wallgren Facebook: @jocke.wallgren Twitch: Twitch.tv/jockewallgren If you want to s…
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On this episode, my guest is Dr. Pamela Seraphine. Dr. Pamela, as she is affectionately known, is a neuroscientist and mental health consultant recognized for her extensive expertise in trauma recovery and brain health. Beyond her contributions to neuroscience, Dr. Pamela is also an accomplished world percussionist. Combining her scientific knowled…
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On this episode, my guest is drummer Glenn Milchem. Glenn is a Toronto based musician who for over 40 years has performed and recorded with countless artists in a variety of genres. Glenn is probably best known as a member of the iconic Canadian band Blue Rodeo, which he joined in December 1991. Glenn is also a singer and songwriter. In addition to…
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On September 28, 2023, the drumming world lost a hero. Highly regarded as drumming’s Global Ambassador, Dom Famularo was a beacon of light in the music industry. Based out of Long Island, NY, Dom was a drummer, world renowned educator, motivational speaker, mentor and a friend. His passion and enthusiasm was infectious and everyone who was ever ble…
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On this episode, my guest is Chris Sutherland. Chris is the current drummer for Canadian classic rock legends Streetheart, and is known for his years playing with Kim Mitchell, Sass Jordan, Saga, The Road Hammers, Randy Bachman, George Canyon and many more. He was the drummer for the Mirvish theatre productions of &Juliet, Dear Evan Hansen, Kinky B…
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On this episode, my guest is Jim Toscano. A New York based drummer who is widely respected as an educator and technology expert, he is also the author of the successful drum method book “Filling In The Grooves” He is known for his commitment to staying current with the changes in technology and has a passion for education. Jim has assisted many of …
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On this episode, my guest is Stephen Taylor. Based out of Nashville, Stephen is a respected drummer and educator. He is also the founder and owner of StephensDrumShed.com as well as the creator of the Drum Better Daily system and The Drum Show podcast. He is known for not only his motivational skills as an educator but also for his passion and comm…
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On this episode, my guest is drummer Clifford Koufman. Based out of Nashville, Clifford is a respected educator, who founded the Sound & Rhythm Drumming School back in 2000. Early on in his career, he received a professional development grant to study music in West Africa. He continues to inspire others though his extensive knowledge and experience…
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On this episode, my guest is drummer Ray LeVier. Based out of New York, Ray is an in demand drummer who divides his time between session work, teaching and working as a composer. At the age of 12, Ray was badly burned in a fire, which lead to years of extensive recovery. Through his recovery, his passion drove him to adapt and overcome any obstacle…
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On this episode, my guest is drummer Ben Sesar. Originally based in New Jersey, Ben went on to study at the renowned Berklee College Of Music. After college, he made the decision to move to Nashville and in 1999, he auditioned for and got the gig as the studio and touring drummer for country artist Brad Paisley, which is a position he has held now …
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On this episode, my guest is drummer Eric Boudreault. Eric is a drummer originally from Alma, QC who completed his studies at the Alma college of music, Sherbrooke University and Concordia University. Eric has had the honor of working on major theatrical productions for Cavalia, Cirque du Soleil, Baldyga group and many more. He has also worked with…
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On this episode, my guest is award winning drummer Rich Redmond. Rich is a top call drummer based in Nashville and Los Angeles. Known for his rock-solid drumming, he is the sound behind many of today's top talents including Country Superstar Jason Aldean, with whom he's worked with for over 20 years. As an international motivational speaker, Rich b…
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On this episode, my guest is award winning Recording Engineer & Producer Amy King Originally hailing from Newfoundland, for over 20 years, Amy has been the engineer at the legendary Grant Avenue Studio in Hamilton, Ontario, where her talents and expertise as a recording engineer, classically trained pianist and multi-instrumentalist has allowed her…
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On this episode, my guest is drummer Jamie Wollam. Best known as the current drummer for the band, Tears For Fears, a position he has held since 2010, Jamie is an in demand musician who, at the age of 13 became inspired to pursue drumming after attending a concert by the band KISS. He went on to develop his skills by playing along with the albums t…
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On this episode, my guest is drummer Liberty DeVitto. For thirty years, Liberty was the driving force behind the legendary Billy Joel. Known for his intense drive and New York swagger, he created the grooves to multiple platinum Billy Joel albums that have sold over 150 million copies. He also went on to work as a session drummer for a variety of o…
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Welcome to Part Two of my interview with Jon “Bermuda” Schwartz. For over 4 decades, Jon is best known as the drummer with the iconic "Weird Al" Yankovic. The two met while recording the parody "Another One Rides the Bus" at the Dr. Demento show on September 14,1980, then shortly after, Yankovic invited Schwartz to join his band, gave him the nickn…
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On this episode, my guest is Jon “Bermuda” Schwartz. For over 4 decades, Jon is best known as the drummer with the iconic "Weird Al" Yankovic. The two met while recording the parody "Another One Rides the Bus" at the Dr. Demento show on September 14,1980, then shortly after, Yankovic invited Schwartz to join his band, gave him the nickname "Bermuda…
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On this episode, my guest is Joe Bergamini. Embracing many diverse musical styles, he is well-known for his progressive rock drumming in a variety of bands including Happy the Man and 4Front. Currently, Joe tours internationally as the drummer for The Doo-Wop Project, and he has worked extensively on Broadway. Recognized internationally as an educa…
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On this episode, my guest is Mark Kelso. Originally hailing from Belfast, Ireland, after moving to Toronto as a youth, he went on to pursue a highly successful music career. Mark’s ability to play a wide variety of musical styles has helped establish him to become one of Canada’s most sought after drummers. Known for his versatility and incredible …
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On this episode, my guest is Darcy Patrick. For over 25 years Darcy was making a living from music as a professional bass player freelancing with many different bands, as well as teaching privately. At the same time, he was also working full time in a music store doing sales, repairs as well as assisting in managing the store. In 2013 the perfect s…
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On this episode, my guest is Tim Buell, who as a Nashville-based drummer, has toured with several artists (Cody Fry, Gloriana, Jana Kramer, Jerrod Niemann & Remedy Drive) He also records drums for clients all over the world from both his home studio as well as other Nashville-based studios. In addition to touring and recording, Tim is passionate ab…
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On this episode, my guest is Mike Trebilcock. Best known as the leader of the power-pop/punk band The Killjoys, Mike is a prolific film composer, songwriter, producer and multi-intrumentalist. He has created unique scores, themes, and songs for feature films, theatrical productions and podcasts, including the theme for this show. He is also the sin…
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On this episode, my guest is Mike Indovina, who began his career as a drummer and went on to become an established recording, mixing, and mastering engineer who has worked with hundreds of artists in multiple genres ranging from punk, rock, pop, hip hop and more. He is also the author of a #1 Amazon best selling book, “The Mixing Mindset: The Step-…
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On this episode, my guest is Canadian drummer/educator, Chris Lesso. In addition to establishing a successful freelance career, Chris is a highly regarded educator and motivator who has established the LTR Method of learning (Life Through Rhythm) and continues to inspire and coach the next generation of drummers. In our interview, we talk about his…
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On this episode, my guest is renowned Canadian drummer/educator, Paul DeLong. Best known for his work with Canadian Rock legend Kim Mitchell, he has gone on to establish a successful career through his work with such diverse artists as Domenic Troiano, David Blamires, Lawrence Gowan, David Clayton-Thomas, Roger Hodgson, Rik Emmett, Lighthouse and m…
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I took the bass out of the box, turned on a song and played the bass part perfectly. How did I start playing bass when I hadn't picked on up before? How did I learn dozens of songs in just a couple of weeks? What does this have to do with the pocket and how can you use it? Good questions, all. And they are all answered in this episode. Find out abo…
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On this episode, my guest is internationally recognized drummer, educator, and author, Stephane Chamberland. Through his extensive studies with many renowned teachers including Dom Famularo and the legendary Jim Chapin, he has taken those lessons and dedicated his life to sharing his passion and expertise to drummers all around the world. In our in…
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On the episode Chris and Dr Nadia Azar talk about how she decided to start the study of drummers bodies and how we are essentially athletes. We discuss what "PRMD's" are how how you get them (you don't want them). Dr Nadia shares what some of her studies found and what the future of "The Drummers Lab" may look like! This is a great convo for any dr…
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This episode I got to talk to most of the guests from episodes 2-15 and get an update on what they are doing now! You will hear from Scott Pellegrom, Kirby Bland, Mark Damian, and "Super B" Brian Smith. Ill fill you in on some other Guests who are out on tour not that I've talked or texted with! All in all Everyone I spoke with is doing well!! chec…
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After a few months off I was able to sit down with the one and only "TimbofromKeno" AKA Tim Baltes. Tim and I had an amazing conversation about his "Go to gear", what he would play if the Stones asked him to sit it. He wisely takes us through philosophy on creating content for everyone to watch and consume, and have a laugh doing it. We discuss so …
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