Drum blog releases a post featuring rudiment training with drummer Jeff Queen. Drummers will learn exercises to master drum rudiments and warm up correctly.
Online PR News – 06-December-2011 – – Chris Atchley of Play Drums By Ear has featured drummer Jeff Queen in his recent blog post. Atchley attributes some of his own drum training to playing in drum line. Atchley features drummer Jeff Queen as a quality marching drummer and teacher that can teach drum set plays how to practice drum rudiments. Atchley understands the vital role that drum rudiments play for drum set players and hopes to share Queen’s lessons with drummers around the world. Drummers can find the blog post about rudiment training now at http://playdrumsbyear.net/playing-drums/rudiment-training-with-drummer-jeff-queen/.
“A big part of my drum set training growing up was playing in drum line.” Atchley says, “Playing and marching with drums taught me the rudiments I needed to know to be a clean and diverse player behind the set.”
According to Atchley, “You’ll find that I teach a lot of rudiments in my course because they translate well to the drum set.”
“If you can incorporate these drum rudiment lessons into your drum set playing,” Atchley says, “Your technical playing will advance quickly.”
Atchley offers a variety of articles and drum lessons on his website at http://playdrumsbyear.net/. Visit now for access to a long list of videos and lessons. Atchley’s recent post about drummer Buddy Rich can be found at http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/188279-1322775595-drummers-can-see-videos-of-drum-legend-buddy-rich-now-at-play-drums-by-ear.html/.
About Chris Atchley and Play Drums By Ear
Chris Atchley has played drums for a variety of successful bands that have toured all around the world. Atchley has also taught drums for over fifteen years to students of all ages and skill level. His new instructional DVD course is now accessible and is guaranteed to help drummers worldwide.