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Tucker Rule (Thursday, Frank Iero and the Future Violents) Top 5 Drumming Moments That Shaped His Style

December 08, 2020

We’ve got Tucker Rule, drummer for Thursday, on this week’s episode of the ‘Big Fat Five’ pod breaking down the top 5 drumming moments that shaped his playing style…and it’s a damn fun playing style. Not only is Tucker a rhythmic powerhouse, he’s quite possibly the nicest guy in the world (sorry to ‘out’ you Tucker). We had a really fun conversation that went well beyond his influences including lessons learned from working with Dave Elitch, perspectives on practicing, and how each of us deal with the frustrations, yet needed patience, of always wanted to become better players. I’m listing his Big Fat Five exactly how he sent them to me :) 


Aaron Spears doing Usher ‘Caught Up’


Alan Cage on Quicksand records ‘Slip’ and ‘Manic Compression’


 ‘Manic Compression’


Anything Aaron Sterling does on Instagram


Hearing Deftones ‘White Pony’ for the first time


Nate f#$&ing Smith


Honorable Mention

 Also, watching the magic that is Mike Marsh back in the day with his band The Agency


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