RURAL MUSIC NETWORK PROJECT
The Rural Network Project is proud to announce a free Drum Clinic presented by internationally acclaimed British drummer Gary Husband on Thursday 8th August. This will be an open drop in session for all to attend.
The drum clinic will serve as a great introduction for those interested in taking up the drums as well as an enlightening, entertaining and educational session for drummers of all ages and levels of proficiency.
For close to four decades Pearl Drum artist Gary Husband has worked alongside a vast and eclectic range of celebrated musicians including John McLaughlin, Jeff Beck, Jack Bruce (Cream), Gary Moore (Thin Lizzy), Level 42, Billy Cobham, Al Jarreau, Mike Stern (Miles Davis), John Wetton (King Crimson), Andy Summers (The Police), Robin Trower (Procul Harem) and many others, and with producers Sir George Martin (Beatles), Trevor Horn (Grace Jones & Art of Noise), Quincy Jones (Michael Jackson) and James Guthrie (Pink Floyd). He continues to record and perform worldwide and across many styles of music.
The event will be a rare opportunity to engage with a musician with a wealth of accomplishments and experience. Expect plenty of guidance, tips and advice from the drummer’s seat covering technique, playing live, being on the road and recording in the studio, as well as entertaining stories from his varied career. All this and a plentiful display of the exhilarating drum styles he is known for.
The drum clinic will take place at the Bert Jansch Studio, Cheese & Grain, on Thursday 8th August from 5.30 to 7.30pm