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SOAN / GOULD / RICHARDSON - Sakae Drummers Live 2014 on Tue 18th February 2014
This trilogy of top UK drummers bring their large personalities and amazing drumming skills to the stage, playing to some of their best-known tracks and entertaining with anecdotes from their time in the music industry. You’ll pick up invaluable drumming tips and learn from their knowledge and experience in the UK drumming scene. You’ll also get the opportunity to grill each drummer after their performance in a series of onstage Q&A sessions.
Ash Soan is one of the UK’s top session drummers. As well as a glittered history of recording with international stars such as Adele, Celine Dion, Seal, Cher, Cee Lo Green, Robbie Williams, Billy Idol and James Morrison, Ash appears on our TV screens every Saturday night occupying the house band drum seat on BBC’s ‘The Voice’. Ash is also currently touring the UK with his former band Del Amitri.
Ash became a Sakae artist in 2013.
Phil Gould is a drumming legend, known worldwide for his writing and playing skills in the band he co-formed, Level 42. A stalwart of drumming clinics, Phil never fails to impress with his influential drumming style.
Phil was appointed a Sakae artist in 2013.
Mark Richardson is best known as one-quarter of popular rock band Skunk Anansie. His intense yet controlled drumming style, along with a healthy 6 million record sales worldwide for Skunk, Feeder and Little Angels, has won Mark many loyal followers.
Mark is the latest addition to the coveted Sakae Drums roster.
This event is promoted by Sakae Drums UK/SVM Percussion
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Music Genres: Pop, Rock
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