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Mannarkoil J Balaji is a Mridangam Artiste, Based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu India. He has a performance experience of over 35 years in the field of Carnatic Music. Mridangam is called "King of Percussion Instruments and Queen of Melody". Mannarkoil Balaji has a wide experience of over 3500 public performances all over the world. He has been featured alongwith many stalwarts in this field. He has also conducted lecture demonstrations on various aspects relating to this instrument. In this Podcas ...
 
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Percussion Discussion - Episode 87 - Chris Whitten Joining me today is the wonderful British Drummer Chris Whitten Since the early 80's Chris has made his mark as one of the finest session and touring drummers in the UK. Join Chris and myself as we talk about his amazing career from starting out as a youngster playing mainly orchestral percussion (…
 
Greenville (SC)-based Percussion Freelancer, Educator and Performer Layne Mauldin stops by to talk about her job as Educational Engagement Coordinator for DRUM Percussion Studio, teaching at Clemson University and Erskine College (SC), working for SC PAS, and teaching in local schools (03:00), her work with the Catch 22 Duo with Emily Salgado (27:4…
 
Damon gets to talk to Ivan about growing up in Cuba, the different adventures he has had with musical artists, video creation, educational videos, singing and much more! There are other segments like Happy Birthday, gig alerts, iconic recording, music news and others.
 
Welcome to Episode 17 of the TAMS Percussion Podcast! If you are new to this series, welcome and we hope that you are enjoying the series! Please consider checking out our socials on Facebook as TAMS Percussion Podcast and Instagram @tamspercpodcast. In this episode, the co-hosts discuss what kinds of gear should be in your stick bag. There will be…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 86 - John Macaluso Joining me today is John Macaluso Originally a New Yorker, John now resides in Italy, John has played on around 200 albums so far in his incredible career as well as touring the world with many incredible artists and bands. Join John and myself as we chat about some of key moments from his quite re…
 
Band Director, Percussion Instructor, and Drumset Performer Bernard Long, Jr. stops by to talk about band directing in Illinois and Missouri, working at Lindenwood University (MO) and starting band programs in urban high schools (02:55), his extensive job responsibilities at Normandy High School (MO) (18:25), his work with the PAS Diversity Allianc…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 85 - Gary Astridge Joining me today is Historian and Curator of every Drum Kit used by Ringo Starr throughout his career with The Beatles - Gary Astridge Today is all about Ringo, when i ask the many drummers i speak too, a few names constantly appear, Buddy Rich, Steve Gadd and yes.... Ringo Starr! Im very grateful …
 
Orchestral Timpanist, Percussionist, and Percussion Professor Laura Noah stops by to talk about her busy schedule of performing and teaching all over Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida (03:10), following her creative pursuits during the first part of COVID (19:50), her work with the PAS Diversity Alliance (25:25), growing up in Centreville (AL), gro…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 84 - Ian Haugland Joining me today is Ian Haugland Since 1984 Ian has been the drummer with Swedish rockers Europe Join Ian and myself as we chat about his amazing career from his early influence by Cozy Powell after attending a Rainbow gig with Powell on drums in 1976, then onto almost blowing up a gig venue with so…
 
University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) Percussion Professor John R. Beck stops by to talk about UNCSA, behavioral health drumming and symphonies (02:30), his teaching position and how it’s evolved over the years (12:25), gigging in orchestras (28:15), taking sabbatical replacement jobs at colleges for many years (37:00), growing up…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 83 - Nigel Glockler Joining me today is Nigel Glockler Nigel is best known for powering British NWOBHM Legends Saxon since 1981. Join Nigel and myself as we talk about his incredible career from his beginnings with early influences taken from both the drummers with The Shadows - Tony Meehan and Brian Bennett and Amer…
 
Northeastern State University (OK) Percussion and Music Education professor James Lindroth stops by to talk about his job at NSU, gigging in OK, and negotiating tactics for jobs (04:00), his PASIC 2021 presentation on Health and Wellness for percussionists and his physician wife and her influence on his research (19:15) growing up outside Boston, b…
 
Percussion Discussion Episode 82 - John 'JD' Douglas. Joining me today is a guy with one of the most interesting stories you will ever hear - John 'JD ' Douglas. John has one of the most remarkable and succesful careers in music that i have ever heard of! He is a phenomenal artist, a highly skilled drummer and one of the most respected and trusted …
 
Welcome to Episode 16 of the TAMS Percussion Podcast! If you are new to this series, welcome and we hope that you are enjoying the series! Please consider checking out our socials on Facebook as TAMS Percussion Podcast and Instagram @tamspercpodcast. In this episode, the co-hosts discuss the ideas of beginning percussion, more specifically what sho…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 82 - Mark Price . Joining me today is Mark Price. Mark's name may not be too well known these days amongst the drummers of the world, but....... trust me, he has done so much!! Join Mark and myself as we talk about his remarkable career from starting out as a youngter in Lancashire through to getting the touring drum…
 
Austin Peay State University (TN) Percussion Professor David Steinquest stops by to talk about his life at Austin Peay and “being the old guy” (02:50), Austin Peay’s place in TN, previous students, and what has and has not changed there (21:00), growing up in Tennessee and Alabama with a musician/academic father, and his early percussion experience…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 80 - Lloyd Ryan Joining me today is Lloyd Ryan Lloyd is a british drummer and drum teacher, he has an incredible career behind him having played for some of the biggest names in British showbusiness. Join Lloyd and myself as we chat about his beginnings as a young drummer, throught to working his way up to work with …
 
Percussive Arts Society (PAS) Executive Director Joshua Simonds returns to talk about pre-pandemic PAS, the PAS Museum, and Rhythm Scene (03:00), running PASIC 2020 remotely, having PASIC 2021 in-person, and the Society’s vaccine mandate (13:15), the move towards Regional Days of Percussion this spring (52:40), the work of the PAS Diversity Allianc…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 79 - Guy Pratt Something a little different today, the first non drummer ever to appear on Percussion Discussion, but.... he is a monster musician, the wonderful bass player Guy Pratt Guy is one of the most respected and revered bass players on the planet, having carved out an incredible career beginning with the Aus…
 
Orchestral and Chamber Percussionist Marcelina Suchocka stops by to talk about her work with the New World Symphony in Miami, Pathos Trio, Excelsis Quartet, recording Björk, and living in Miami (02:30), growing up in Bialystock, Poland, the immigrant experience of moving to Chicago, and the Percussion Scholarship Group (22:50), attending the Manhat…
 
Damon gets to talk to Sarah about how to navigate social media and use it to your advantage as a musician, as well as lots of travel tips to make things smoother and easier to get from place to place. Lots of "Pro-Tips" and other beneficial bits as Sarah answers questions submitted from the listeners.…
 
Hello everyone, sorry for the bit of a delay in episodes lately, but we're back with Episode 15 with the one and only Josh Hartwell of the Rudimental Podcast! Josh Hartwell is a percussionist, performer, and educator currently based in Houston, TX. He currently is the Director of Percussion for Goose Creek Memorial High School and it's feeder clust…
 
University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley Percussion Professor Marco Schirippa stops by to talk about teaching at UTRGV and getting the tenure-track job (2:40), growing up in Syracuse, NY, having parents in the stand-up comedy business, having an older brother in music, video games and pro hockey (18:50), going to Ithaca College (NY) for undergrad an…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 78 - Roman Roth Joining me today is the wonderful Swiss drummer Roman Roth. For pretty much the last decade Roman has been playing for Mick Hucknall as a solo artist and for the mangnificent Simply Red Join Roman and myself as we chat about his career so far, from the beginning of his musical path which started out w…
 
University of Utah Percussion Professor Mike Sammons returns to talk more about this undergraduate experience at Florida, Utah’s Drumline, and being a band director’s son (02:25), going to the University of Arizona for his master’s and doctorate (28:00), and going through the Random Ass Questions, including rolling on marimba, playing pickup basket…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 77 - Dom Famularo Joining me today is the wonderful Dom Famularo. Dom is a fantastic Drummer, Educator, Author and Motivational speaker. If you are looking for motivation and inspiration then this is the one for you to watch / listen to. Join Dom and myself as we talk about his remarkable and lengthy career, life as …
 
University of Utah Percussion Professor Mike Sammons stops by to ask Pete some questions about the podcast (03:05) before talking about his gig at Utah, performing locally, working at South Alabama, and how he’s built a community (06:50), growing up in Vero Beach, FL, NASA, having parents as band directors, finding ways to teach and connect, and be…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 67 - Max Beesley Joining me today is super talented Actor & Musician Max Beesley. You may have seen Max acting in many programmes such as Suits, Bodies, Mad Dogs, Homeland ,The History of Tom Jones and many many more.....However, we are here to talk about Max' remarkable talent as a Percussionist, Drummer, Pianist, S…
 
Composer, Performer, and Eastman Community Music School Percussion Director Kyle Peters stops by to talk about his gig and life in Rochester (02:45), getting into composing (15:00), growing up in New York - upstate (28:10), studying at SUNY-Potsdam for undergrad (40:30), getting his master’s at Eastman (52:30), and settles in for the Random Ass Que…
 
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