I am a Drummer/Producer with Grammy Nominated Recordings and 8 features in Modern Drummer.
My Professional drumming career started as a wee Lad after graduating High School and includes performing on Grammy nominated master sessions as well as receiving eight Modern Drummer features . I am featured in Sticks and Skins, a photography book including some of the most famous Drummers in the world, which was recently included in the Smithsonian Library, The Grammy Museum archives, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library, The Country Music Hall of Fame and the Musicians Hall of Fame.
I have appeared on TV shows like: The Tonite show,Martha Stuart, The View, AOL Sessions, Good Morning America, CMT Summer Fest, CMT Fanfair, AMA’s, CMA’s, ACM’s, Grand Old Opry, Starsearch and Sugarland’s #1 video “Settlin”.
My drumming can be heard on Television shows like: Space Ghost, Ed Edd and Eddie, Courage the dog, American Hotrod, NASCAR, NBA, CNN andTurner Classic movies.
During my career, I have toured the World and have become an accomplished recording and mix engineer, recording drum tracks as well as Artists in my home studio.
My most notable clients include: Jerry Ragavoy(Producer/Songwriter for Janis Joplin, Rolling Stones), Tom Allom(Producer for Judas Priest), Johnny Sandlin (Producer/ Engineer for Allman Brothers), Howard Tate, Sugarland, Chuck Rainey(Bass player for Steely Dan and Aretha Franklin), Wizard Jones(Keyboard player for Justin Bieber), The Aquarium Rescue Unit, Mothers Finest, Speech and Arrested Development, Derek Trucks, Javier Colon(Winner of The Voice), Mo Pleasure(Keyboard player for Michael Jackson), Matt Still(Recording engineer for Elton John), John Kerzweg(Multi-platinum record producer), Dave Pensado(Grammy Award-winning Mix Engineer/Producer), Oteil Burbridge, Leo Nocentelli(Songwriter/Guitarist for The Neville Brothers/The Meters), Francine Reed(Singer for Lyle Lovett), Snooky Pryor, David “Honeyboy” Edwards, William Bell, Solomon Burke.
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