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Nick Ruffini

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  • 616 – Quincy Davis: Creating Originality

    616 – Quincy Davis: Creating Originality

    10/05/2021 Duration: 01h19min

    Stepping into someone like Ed Soph’s shoes to take over his famed drumset department at UNT is no small task, but few are better equipped for it than Quincy Davis. The son of music performers and educators and a house full of musicians, Quincy learned early on what it takes to hone your craft. The […] The post 616 – Quincy Davis: Creating Originality appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 615 – Tal Bergman: Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover

    615 – Tal Bergman: Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover

    03/05/2021 Duration: 01h12min

    Tal Bergamn may look the part of a rock drummer, but that’s a stigma he’s been focused on dispelling his entire career. The Israeli born drummer started his studying at a young age and was doing session work by the time he was 12 before moving to the US in his twenties. Yes, he’s well […] The post 615 – Tal Bergman: Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 614 – Carter McLean: Authenticity is Everything

    614 – Carter McLean: Authenticity is Everything

    26/04/2021 Duration: 01h18min

    Carter McLean, the longtime Broadway drummer (Lion King) and groove monster behind acts like Charlie Hunter has no doubt caught your eye already. As someone whose the envy of a lot of drummers because of his feel, touch, and overall sound, Carter makes it all sound so easy. But make no mistake, it’s not as […] The post 614 – Carter McLean: Authenticity is Everything appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 613 – Dom Famularo: Embracing Change

    613 – Dom Famularo: Embracing Change

    12/04/2021 Duration: 01h04min

    This episode originally aired on October 13, 2014 In this episode I chat with the great Dom Famularo who is one of the most well-respected drummers in the world. Dom Famularo is a global ambassador for drumming and has  has presented masterclasses and clinics around the globe in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Israel, England, Ireland, Scotland, […] The post 613 – Dom Famularo: Embracing Change appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 612 – Mike Clark: Playing with Musicality and Purpose

    612 – Mike Clark: Playing with Musicality and Purpose

    05/04/2021 Duration: 01h15min

    This episode originally aired on December 15, 2014 In this episode I chat with the man, the myth, the legend…drummer, Mike Clark.  Mike is widely regarded as one of (if not, the) innovator of the linear funk drumming.  Mike is known for his work with Herbie Hancock and The Headhunters, specifically on the tune “Actual Proof“, which displays some dirty, […] The post 612 – Mike Clark: Playing with Musicality and Purpose appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 611 – Dave DiCenso: Overcoming Rhythmic, Mental and Physical Roadblocks

    611 – Dave DiCenso: Overcoming Rhythmic, Mental and Physical Roadblocks

    29/03/2021 Duration: 01h19min

    This episode originally aired on April 18, 2016 In this podcast I talk to Dave Dicenso, who has played with a slew of artists including: Steve Morse Band, Cro-Mags,  Hiromi, Duran Duran, John Petrucci, Gary Cherone, Suze DeMarchi, Johnny A and is currently the drummer for Josh Groban. When I first heard Dave play I was blown away…not only […] The post 611 – Dave DiCenso: Overcoming Rhythmic, Mental and Physical Roadblocks appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 610 – Chris Whitten: You Are the Company You Keep

    610 – Chris Whitten: You Are the Company You Keep

    22/03/2021 Duration: 01h22min

    British session and touring drummer Chris Whitten has made quite a name for himself over his 30+ year career, finding early commercial success providing drums for the classic 80’s hits ‘What I Am’ by Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians and ‘The Whole Of The Moon’ by the Waterboys. From there he went on to […] The post 610 – Chris Whitten: You Are the Company You Keep appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 609 – Jay “J-Zone” Mumford: Age is Only a Number

    609 – Jay “J-Zone” Mumford: Age is Only a Number

    15/03/2021 Duration: 01h18min

    Jay Mumford is the personification of the saying “it’s never too late.” Growing up as a son of music aficionados, Jay dove deep into the hip hop world, becoming a producer and beat maker. Growing frustrated with the music industry after he didn’t achieve commercial success, he almost walked away from It all but his […] The post 609 – Jay “J-Zone” Mumford: Age is Only a Number appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 608 – Nir Z: How to Do More with Less

    608 – Nir Z: How to Do More with Less

    08/03/2021 Duration: 01h13min

    Nir Z has had two successful careers, starting in Jerusalem and developing into a well-accomplished touring and session drummer before leaving Israel to start what seems like a second career, in New York City. Arriving to NYC and unable to speak English, he let his playing do the talking – and it worked! In 1997, […] The post 608 – Nir Z: How to Do More with Less appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 607 – Gene Lake: Find Your Own Truth

    607 – Gene Lake: Find Your Own Truth

    01/03/2021 Duration: 01h13min

    Gene Lake could very well be one of the most underrated drummers I’ve ever had on the podcast. An immensely talented drummer, Gene combines the technical prowess equivalent to our heroes, and the musicality to make sensible decisions to serve the music best. This ability has landed him gigs with Maxwell, Marcus Miller, Joe Zawinul […] The post 607 – Gene Lake: Find Your Own Truth appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 606: Vince Wilburn, Jr. – Miles Davis and Beyond

    606: Vince Wilburn, Jr. – Miles Davis and Beyond

    22/02/2021 Duration: 58min

    Nephew of Miles Davis, Vince Wilburn, Jr, had an interesting childhood to say the least. Being part of Davis’ family definitely had it’s perks, like free records from the labels and meeting Jazz luminaries on a regular basis, but Vine had nothing handed to him. Working hard at his craft, Wilburn made a name for […] The post 606: Vince Wilburn, Jr. – Miles Davis and Beyond appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 605: Joe Russo – Just Be Yourself

    605: Joe Russo – Just Be Yourself

    15/02/2021 Duration: 01h17min

    When you think of Joe Russo chances are you think of the Grateful Dead, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead or, at a minimum, jambands and improvisational music. Although you’d be accurate in your thinking, it wouldn’t tell the whole story of Joe’s influences and his nearly-myopic taste in music for a large portion of his playing […] The post 605: Joe Russo – Just Be Yourself appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 604 – Steve Ferrone: Made a Name for Himself

    604 – Steve Ferrone: Made a Name for Himself

    08/02/2021 Duration: 01h32min

    This episode originally aired on April 17, 2017 Steve Ferrone was the drummer for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers since 1994 after replacing their original drummer, Stan Lynch. While most people recognize him as the drummer for the heartbreakers, few people know about his long resume of other acts, including: Average White Band, Bee Gees, Eric […] The post 604 – Steve Ferrone: Made a Name for Himself appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 603 – Ari Hoenig  Vivienne Aerts: Patreon, The Psychology of learning, and more

    603 – Ari Hoenig & Vivienne Aerts: Patreon, The Psychology of learning, and more

    01/02/2021 Duration: 01h01min

    Normally I get to chat with one amazing musician on the podcast, but this week I was lucky to have a wide-ranging conversation with two of them: Ari Hoenig and Vivienne Aerts. Ari, the world-renowned Jazz drummer, and bandleader is making his second appearance on the podcast alongside his Patreon co-pilot Vivienne, who’s a well-respected […] The post 603 – Ari Hoenig & Vivienne Aerts: Patreon, The Psychology of learning, and more appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 602 – Wisdom from the top 10 episodes of 2020

    602 – Wisdom from the top 10 episodes of 2020

    18/01/2021 Duration: 19min

    We released nearly 75 episodes in 2020 and while they were all great, there were some that resonated more than others. Based on downloads, we identified the top 10 episodes from 2020 and pulled snippets of wisdom out of them, including topics like practice, failure, self-doubt and more. Episodes mentioned: 581 – Steve Jordan: The […] The post 602 – Wisdom from the top 10 episodes of 2020 appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 601 – Pick Withers (Dire Straits) Communication is Key

    601 – Pick Withers (Dire Straits) Communication is Key

    11/01/2021 Duration: 01h24min

    Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and founding drummer for Dire Straits Pick Withers has all the reason in the world to be full of himself. But that’s not Pick’s style. In fact, his lack of ego and appreciation for the greater good is what fueled his career over the past four decades. Having […] The post 601 – Pick Withers (Dire Straits) Communication is Key appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 600 – How to Get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part 4: Leverage

    600 – How to Get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part 4: Leverage

    04/01/2021 Duration: 34min

    The question I get asked most is, “Nick, how can I get bigger and better gigs?” For years I asked myself the same question until I realized that it was up to me to get more gigs rather than waiting for others. I put a plan together and worked hard on that plan until I […] The post 600 – How to Get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part 4: Leverage appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 599 – How to Get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part 3: Getting the Gig

    599 – How to Get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part 3: Getting the Gig

    01/01/2021 Duration: 41min

    The question I get asked most is, “Nick, how can I get bigger and better gigs?” For years I asked myself the same question until I realized that it was up to me to get more gigs rather than waiting for others. I put a plan together and worked hard on that plan until I […] The post 599 – How to Get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part 3: Getting the Gig appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 598 – How to Get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part 2: Promotion

    598 – How to Get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part 2: Promotion

    30/12/2020 Duration: 31min

    The question I get asked most is, “Nick, how can I get bigger and better gigs?” For years I asked myself the same question until I realized that it was up to me to get more gigs rather than waiting for others. I put a plan together and worked hard on that plan until I […] The post 598 – How to Get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part 2: Promotion appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

  • 597 – How to get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part I: Laying the Groundwork

    597 – How to get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part I: Laying the Groundwork

    28/12/2020 Duration: 01h08min

    The question I get asked most is, “Nick, how can I get bigger and better gigs?” For years I asked myself the same question until I realized that it was up to me to get more gigs rather than waiting for others. I put a plan together and worked hard on that plan until I […] The post 597 – How to get Bigger, Better Gigs, Part I: Laying the Groundwork appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..

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