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Brad S.


New Orleans, LA

Member since:

October 29, 2012


What made you join the drum circle?

Want to network with other drummers.

What is your experience level with drumming (or other instruments)?

Overall I would rate my experience as intermediate as I have only really practiced hard and consistent for one year. Otherwise, it's been off and on for 20 years...mostly off!

Are you better with learning rhythms by listening to them, or seeing them on paper?

I like doing both. If I want to learn something, I always read the music first and sometimes I'm pretty successful, but, if something doesn't feel right, hearing it sort of 'fills it in' and I understand it much better.

Would you be willing to play at any public events?


What is your drum/instrument of choice? (Possibilities include: doumbeks, djembes, bougarabous, bhogram, bongos, etc.)

I'm a 4 piece drum set kind of guy but I guess if I had to pick one it would be snare drum.


I've been playing drums off and on since high school. My favorite style to play is old school funk (Clyde Stubblefield and Zigaboo Modeliste). I've recently found a deep interest in linear/gospel drumming.


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