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Jo Jones

Count Basie Band, The Jones BoysJo Jones pioneered a new innovation in drumming with his signature use of the hi-hat for timekeeping rather than the tr... Read More
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Matt Cameron

A legendary drummer of the ’90s alternative and grunge scene, Matt Cameron has drummed for some of the best bands of the past two decades, including Soundg... Read More
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Gene Krupa

He is perhaps the most famous drummer of all time; certainly the first to ever attain celebrity status. Born January 15, 1909 in Chicago, Gene Krupa took u... Read More
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John Guerin

If a drummer is known by the artists who choose to play with him, then none has ever been better than John Guerin. Self-taught on drums, keyboard and other... Read More
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Godsmack: Shannon Larkin

Godsmack’s man behind the kit has come a long way from his first days as a drummer. Born in Chicago, Illinois in 1967, Shannon’s drumming career began near... Read More
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Dave Raun: Punk Cover King

Seventy-one seconds. That’s how long any unsuspecting, true-blue country fan will make it through Love Their Country, the new album from Me First And The G... Read More
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Joey Jordison

DOUBLE BASS: SPEED DEMONCall Slipknot what you want – profane prophets, noisy nihilists, masked Midwestern miscreants, or just plain scary nu-metal mof... Read More
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Just Ask Neil Yourself?

Ever wanted to sit down for an interview with Neil Peart? Well now, you can.Neil has agreed to answer DRUM! readers questions in our June 2009 issue. I... Read More