*Please Join Mike Saturday the 31st for a Clinic covering his journey developing content , loops ( with his amazing Wave Drum layered in for effect ) and techniques covering practice time and his journey from West Virginia University to the Pages of Modern Drummer Magazine ... ** Feel free to bring a
Snare Stand / Practice Pad / Sticks for hands on instruction if you wish ! Q&A and Pictures following the Clinic
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$15 Adult / $10 Student ( 18 and under ) Paypal to email@example.com will send receipt with payment and your name will be added to Guest List at the door!
Michael Dawson BIO:
Michael is an active NYC-based touring and recording drummer, and he is the Managing Editor for Modern Drummer Magazine, where he specializes in writing industry-leading product reviews and producing high-quality audio/video demonstrations. He is also the producer and co-host of the popular drum podcast "The Modern Drummer Podcast with Mike and Mike". Mike is the managing editor for Modern Drummer, the world’s most widely read magazine for drummers, he also serves as book editor for Modern Drummer Publications, with most recent releases including Progressive Drumming Essentials by metal drummer/educator Aaron Edgar, Rhythm and Chops Builders by rudimental drumming specialist Bill Bachman, and Exercises in African-American Funk by top touring drummer Jonathan Joseph (Jeff Beck, Joss Stone, Richard Bona) and University of Miami professor Steve Rucker. In the pages of MD, Dawson has authored dozens of artist features, educational columns, and product reviews.
An active performer, clinician, and session drummer throughout the northeast, Michael Dawson has a bachelor’s degree in music education from West Virginia University and a master’s degree in music from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He’s a senior lecturer in music journalism at the University of the Arts, and he operates the recording facility Elohino Studio out of his home in New Jersey. Dawson recently began subbing for the drumset chair in the Broadway musical The Lion King.
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