Stories for Drummers
Sounds From Below is a collection of written and audio stories about drums and drummers. Hosted by Low Boy Custom Beaters founder Jeremy Brieske, this occasional podcast series digs deep to find stories that you won’t hear on any other drumming podcast. Drummers from around the globe contribute articles to the Sounds Drom Below blog.
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Low Boy artist George “Spanky” McCurdy recently recorded an NPR Tiny Desk Concert with gospel singer and pastor Tye Tribbett. This groovy and energetic performance features an all-star 15-piece band ripping through six of Tribbett’s songs, including “No Way,” “Everything,” and “Be Alright.”
Low Boy artist and educator Rich Stitzel has released an extraordinary new drum book called Groove Studies with the 20th Note: The Exploration of an Emerging Subdivision.
This article will help guide you towards choosing the right bass drum beater for the mesh heads on your electronic drum kit.
This 29-minute homage to the late Taylor Hawkins is a whirlwind of hard-hitting rock grooves and marks the one-year anniversary of Hawkins’ untimely passing in Bogota, Colombia.
Deathcore band Lorna Shore is seriously blowing up right now and Low Boy artist Austin Archey has the best seat in the house!
Rock ‘n roll heavyweights Mötley Crüe and Guns N’ Roses are embarking on massive 2023 world tours, and both drummers are taking their custom-designed Low Boy bass drum beaters along for the ride.
Low Boy artist Tim Very, drummer for the popular Atlanta-based rock outfit Manchester Orchestra, recently released a brand new loop and sample library through Nashville Sampling Company.
This article will feature expert tips and advice to help beginning drummers choose the right bass drum beater for their debut performance.
Playing a small club or dive bar can be one of the most challenging gigs a drummer can do. This article will help guide you towards choosing the best bass drum beater for these types of situations.