The amazingly talented, Gary Husband, joins us on today’s episode to Drummer Talk.
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Dave and Prof. Troy talk about how to break into the music scene when moving to a new town. In news, we chat about a long lost forgotten Beetle, how to best dispatch an Internet troll, who the next drum battle victim will be, and the departure of Dave Mackintosh from Dragonforce.
In 1964 when the Beatles were set to launch their world tour, little did many know that Ringo wouldn’t be joining in right away! When Ringo got sick, the band had to bring in another sticksmith to carry the beat on. Who knew?!
But when tonsillitis laid Ringo Starr low on June 3, on the eve of the Fab Four’s world tour, he wouldn’t have been top of many lists to replace him.
If George Harrison had got his way, Nicol wouldn’t even have had two weeks at a Beatle.
Dragonforce, the über mathmetal shred band made popular by their blistering track in Guitar Hero III, is replacing longtime drummer, Dave Mackintosh. Mackintosh leaves the group to pursue his “first love,” prog rock.
Those are going to be some fast shoes to fill!
After the much anticipated drum battle between Will Ferrell and Chad Smith, the world was left wondering what could possibly top it! Their next doppelgänger target: Lars Uruich!
“Lars gets pissed because he gets mistaken for both me and Chad Smith,” Ferrell told Spin recently. “He can settle that score now, too.” Smith added, “There it is. The gauntlet is down.”
In the spirit of good natured ribbing for the upcoming Chad Smith/Will Ferrell/Lars Ulrich drum off, Chad popped off a little trash talk on Twitter.
It seems one dedicated Metallica fan took it personally:
So naturally, Mr. Smith retweeted it to his 323k followers.
Chad Smith – 1, Internet troll – 0.
We challenge the stigma of recording to click tracks on today’s show. In news, we uncover the winner of The Greatest Drummer of All Time brackets, we check out the Ferrell/Smith drum battle, what’s new with Midnight Oil and The Monkees, we listen to a painful clip from Whiplash, and we wish a happy birthday to Mr. Bernard Purdie!
We’ve been following these brackets on the show, and the final votes are in! The greatest drummer of all time, as voted by the readers of consequenceofsound.net, is none other than Neil Peart! With a staggering 87% of the vote, Peart crushed John Bonham in the final round. What do you think about it?