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Greyson Nekrutman's Top 5 Influential Records

May 10, 2022 | 0 comments

This weeks guest is the Greyson Nekrutman. He exploded on Instagram and YouTube over the last few years by picking a lane that he saw was lacking representation on the platforms…jazz drumming. If you can, go check out his pages below before listening to this episode so you really grasp how truly amazing Greyson is. That being said, he certainly doesn’t want to be pigeoned as just a jazz drummer…and THAT'S why I was stoked to see his 5 drastically different choices. Cheers!  Greyson’s Instagram HERE Greyson’s YouTube HERE Artwork by Trevin Frame

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Kyle Crane's (Daniel Lanois, Neko Case, Maddison Cunningham) Top 5 Influential Records

May 05, 2022 | 0 comments

This week’s guest is Kyle Crane…a drummer I’ve been following and looking up to for years. He’s a highly-sought after independent drummer based in LA who’s worked with Daniel Lanois (look him up), Neko Case, Kurt Vile, Brad Mehldau, Bill Frisell, and Conor Oberst (plus many more), but is currently out with Maddison Cunningham. He was also a drum double for the movie ‘Whiplash’ and is the principal everything for his project, Crane Like The Bird. We talk about all this and more before hopping into the 5 records that made him into the player he is today. Cheers! Artwork...

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Aksel Coe's Top 5 Influential Records

Apr 21, 2022 | 0 comments

We are back to our regularly-scheduled programing with this week’s guest, Aksel Coe. I first learned of Aksel via Instagram thanks to a shoutout by our good buddies at Nelson Drum Shop (Nashville). I was hooked right away. Seriously, check him out before listening to this episode. Aksel is the epitome of a modern drummer and has collaborated with Homes at Night, The Sisterhood Band, Cody Jinks, K.Flay, Temecula Road, Brittany Spencer, Pam Tillis, Larkin Poe, Jars of Clay, The Donelson Broncos, Okey Dokey, Savannah Conley, SONTALK, Elenowen, The Saint Johns and many, MANY more… If you’re looking to start OR further your career...

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5 Records (and the drummers) That Will FINALLY Get You Into Jazz

Apr 12, 2022 | 0 comments

This week’s guest is Anthony Fung…an incredible talent drummer based in Los Angeles. I brought him on to discuss the 5 records (and subsequent drummers) to FINALLY get you into jazz. He definitely did not disappoint. Cheers!   Song: Fred  Album: Lifetime - The Collections  Artist: Tony Williams Release Year: 1975 Drummer: Tony Williams   Song: Stella By Starlight Album(s): My Funny Valentine + Four and More Artist: Miles Davis Release Year: 1965 & 1966 Drummer: Tony Williams   Song: Matrix Album : Now He Sings and Now He Sobs Artist: Chick Corea Release Year: 1968 Drummer: Roy Haynes  ...

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Records That Define the 70's Drum Sound

Apr 11, 2022 | 0 comments

This week’s episode is going to be a little different. I’m starting a new, perhaps self-indulgent series where I pose a question on the Big Fat Snare Drum Instagram and make an episode out of your responses. Maybe it’ll stick. Who knows?…but these are the conversations I have with my musician friends anyways, so now I’m just pushing record. The first question posed was “which records helped define the 70’s drum sound?”. We got A LOT of responses and opinions were certainly shared (THANK YOU!) Ihad to shave a 5,000 hour playlist down to a handful of songs. Then, I...

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