drummer : Definition, Usages, News and More

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d ruh mer

  • n  someone who plays a drum

  • In the summer of 1922 a dark, brush-headed trap drummer named Gene Bertram Krupa, not long out of a Catholic college, heard Drummer Ben Pollack's band play in a Chicago hotspot.
  • Like each of his exFab Four bandmates, the former drummer for the Beatles has become an accomplished solo artist.
  • On the 50th anniversary of the celebrated jazz album, PTI talks to drummer Jimmy Cobb, its final surviving performer.
News & Articles


  • Brian May in msnbc.com
    Amongst all that furor, there wasn't really a quiet moment to talk,Brian May, who performed with the singer on the "Idol" finale, told Rolling Stone in an e-mail. "But [drummer Roger Taylor] and I are definitely hoping to have a meaningful...
  • Neil Finn in Undercover Music News
    Finn says "We are conscious that Paul Hester was above all a great drummer and we are currently auditioning to find someone special to take that role."
  • James Hetfield in International Herald Tribune
    When (drummer Lars Ulrich) and I were sitting in a garage in Norwalk, California, bashing out a horrible version of 'Hit the Lights,' we were not thinking that this was going to be happening anytime soon,Hetfield said. "I've watched people...

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