Anton Fig Interview

Anton Fig is a man that needs no introduction. As long time sticksman of the “CBS Orchestra” appearing nightly on ‘Late Show with David Letterman’ he has played with scores of great artists including Miles Davis, James Brown, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Winwood, Bonnie Raitt and Tony Bennett. In this Interview Anton talks about his early days of drumming and the evolution of his career: Read More

Jared Falk Interview

Jared Falk is one of the internets most renowned drum educators. Here’s how he got started and what he’s up to right now: Read More

John ‘JR’ Robinson Interview

John ‘JR’ Robinson has become the most recorded drummer in history, even surpassing the great Hal Blaine. Having played on hits like We Are The World, All Night Long, You Are and Say You Say Me by Lionel Richie, I’m So Excited and Slow Hand by the Pointer Sisters, I’m Just A Gigolo and California Girls by David Lee Roth, Higher Love, The Finer Things and Back In The Highlife by Steve Winwood, Express Yourself by Madonna, Off The Wall, Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough, Rock With You, The Way You Make Me Feel, Smooth Criminal, Workin Day and Night and Bad from the late great Michael Jackson, Natalie Cole’s,”Stardust” and Change The World by Eric Clapton, Quincy Jones’ The Dude, Q’s Jook Joint and From Q With Love, Give Me The Night from George Benson just to name a few John has developed one of the most revered resume’s in the world of drumming. In this interview he shares his journey from Iowa to the A-League. Read More

Thomas Lang Interview

In our final installment of The Psychology Of Drumming, Thomas Lang shares his thoughts on what it takes to succeed as a drummer, producer and musician: Read More

Kenny Aronoff Interview

Kenny Aronoff tells us about his journey from Stockbridge, MA to the world stage: Read More

Peter Erskine Interview

Peter Erskine shares his thoughts on the mental side of music in Part 3 of The Psychology Of Drumming: Read More