Things have changed so much in the past ten years—in general, and for me personally, in the way I interface with the music industry. I feel like those ten years have progressed in a very different and far more varied way than the ten years that passed before them.
Most people know me best as Shrapnel Records’ “house drummer” in the ’80s and ’90s, having recorded with many of Mike Varney’s most influential musicians, such as Tony MacAlpine, Jason Becker, and Greg Howe. Some may know me as that guy who won the biggest drum audition of the mid ’80s—then seemed to disappear from mass media as quickly as he appeared in it. Fewer people, other than the so-called “shredders,” know that I have been playing drums, with virtually no break, for almost forty years, twenty-seven of those as a professional drummer, with 128 released CDs to date, in just about every genre. more
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