Category Archives: Percussion

Joshua’s Shirt

A couple of years ago, my buddy Paul Metaxas and I worked on an instrumental using just percussion and vocalizations. We called that piece “Lady Electrode.” You can hear it in this short film, Joshua’s Shirt, by Marshall Seese, Jr. It features … Continue reading

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DJ Miller Sessions

I played drums and percussion on three new songs by Darren “DJ” Miller, a guitarist and songwriter based here in Las Vegas. My pal Joe Lubera played bass on these sessions. We recorded bass and drums at my studio and sent … Continue reading

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Recker

I played drums on a few new songs from Recker, an old-school hard rock band based in Portland, Oregon. Here are the first two from those sessions. Thanks to Rich Recker for asking me to take part in this. It … Continue reading

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When Good House Cats Go Bad

My buddy Dane Haws and I have launched a YouTube channel for our project, Budget Robot. Dane and I began collaborating years ago on instrumental metal music. In the time since, we’ve been dabbling in various aspects of filmmaking. We … Continue reading

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Futuristic Drums of the Past

Hello there. It’s been a long time. Oh, fine, thanks. How are you? Here’s a short video with my 1979 Ludwig stainless steel kit.

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