Drummer Nation #79 “Extended Focus” Guest: Tina Raymond (Audio Only)

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Tina Raymond is a drummer based in Los Angeles. She attended the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, the California Institute of the Arts, and studied jazz drum set with Joe LaBarbera, Jeff Hamilton, and the late John Von Ohlen. Her playing style blends traditional jazz vocabulary with African polyrhythms and classical percussion techniques. Raymond is an assistant professor of music at Los Angeles City College in Hollywood, CA where she teaches jazz and percussion as she continues to perform, adjudicate, and present workshops world-wide. Tina has shared the stage with many jazz luminaries. Her debut album, entitled “Left Right Left,” is on Orenda Records.

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Drummer Nation #79 “Extended Focus” Guest: Tina Raymond

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Tina Raymond is a drummer based in Los Angeles. She attended the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, the California Institute of the Arts, and studied jazz drum set with Joe LaBarbera, Jeff Hamilton, and the late John Von Ohlen. Her playing style blends traditional jazz vocabulary with African polyrhythms and classical percussion techniques. Raymond is an assistant professor of music at Los Angeles City College in Hollywood, CA where she teaches jazz and percussion as she continues to perform, adjudicate, and present workshops world-wide. Tina has shared the stage with many jazz luminaries. Her debut album, entitled “Left Right Left,” is on Orenda Records.   http://www.tinaraymond.com/

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Drummer Nation #78 Guest Matt Wilson It’s All About Imagination (Audio Only)

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Matt Wilson is truly inspiring. Undeterred by personal obstacles, his playing, like his personality, embodies humor, warmth, surprise, and always an infectious sense of swing. It’s no wonder he is one of the most in-demand players and educators on the modern jazz scene. For this interview, I decided to ask him to respond to some of the many quotable quips he’s known for. What emerges, is a glimpse of the inner joy that drives him.

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Drummer Nation #78 Guest Matt Wilson It’s All About Imagination

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Matt Wilson is truly inspiring. Undeterred by personal obstacles, his playing, like his personality, embodies humor, warmth, surprise, and always an infectious sense of swing. It’s no wonder he is one of the most in-demand players and educators on the modern jazz scene. For this interview, I decided to ask him to respond to some of the many quotable quips he’s known for. What emerges, is a glimpse of the inner joy that drives him.

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Drummer Nation #77: “Never Take ‘No’ For An Answer” Guest Rob Wallis (Audio Only)

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Rob Wallis is the President/CEO of Hudson Music and Drum Guru. He owned Drummer’s Collective for over 30 years and was the executive producer of some of your favorite DCI Music Video tapes. He’s worked with and is respected by some of the biggest drummers in the world and has produced literally several hundred books, videos and dvd’s over the past 35 years. The secret to his success is persistence and never taking ‘no’ for an answer.

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Drummer Nation #77: “Never Take ‘No’ For An Answer” Guest Rob Wallis

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Rob Wallis is the President/CEO of Hudson Music and Drum Guru. He owned Drummer’s Collective for over 30 years and was the executive producer of some of your favorite DCI Music Video tapes. He’s worked with and is respected by some of the biggest drummers in the world and has produced literally several hundred books, videos and dvd’s over the past 35 years. The secret to his success is persistence and never taking ‘no’ for an answer.

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