Rhythm Makers: The Drumming Legends Of Nashville In Their Own Words by Tony ArtimisiRhythm Makers: The Drumming Legends Of Nashville In Their Own Words by Tony Artimisi

Rhythm Makers: The Drumming Legends Of Nashville In Their Own Words

byTony Artimisi

Hardcover | March 6, 2015

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In Rhythm Makers: The Legendary Drummers of Nashville in Their Own Words, Tony Artimisi documents through extensive interviews the work of some of the most influential drum kit players in popular music today, opening a window onto one of the most vibrant music scenes in modern American history. Telling their stories in their own words, such legendary figures as Tom Roady, Kenny Malone, Tommy Wells, Eddie Bayer Jr., and Jerry Kroon walk readers through the realities of how musical opportunities arise in Nashville, how the recording process has changed over time, what it is like to drum behind some of the top artists in American music, and how one makes it as a professional drummer.
Tony Artimisi is assistant professor of music at Winston Salem State University. He is formerly a professional drummer in Nashville, Tennessee, and worked with an array of artists and producers. He is an endorsing artist for Paiste, Mapex Drums/Majestic Percussion, and Grover Pro Percussion. He has contributed articles to Percussive No...
Title:Rhythm Makers: The Drumming Legends Of Nashville In Their Own WordsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:202 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.98 inPublished:March 6, 2015Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1442240113

ISBN - 13:9781442240117

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Table of Contents

Foreword by Waldo LaTowskyAcknowledgmentsIntroductionChapter 1: Eddie Bayers, Jr.Chapter 2: Jerry KroonChapter 3: Kenny MaloneChapter 4: Tom RoadyChapter 5: Tommy WellsWho's WhoIndexAbout the Author

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Rhythm Makers: Nashville's Drumming Legends in Their Own Words, is a fascinating and well-written book about five of Nashville's finest drummers, all of whom have had a big impact on Music City's recording scene. The interviews give great insight into the influences and motivation behind the successful and influential careers of these fine musicians. The background information in the book gives the interviews context and makes for informative and fun reading. As a bassist who has worked extensively with all five of these players, I can say that Rhythm Makers captures the heart, soul and personalities of these unique musicians, all of whom have had a big influence on the way music, and drums, are recorded in Nashville. The lives and stories of these players are inspiring and entertaining as well. I highly recommend this book to any fan of music, drumming and recording.