WHO'S YOUR FAVOURITE DRUMMER (Page 12)
haroldguillen: I've seen Neil Peart drum solo in Rush concert, and it's like second nature to him, the way he plays, seems like he's in a trance while playing. Steve "Machine Gun" Smith of Journey is excellent and the nickname says it all, the beats just roll, Alex Van Halen is awesome, saw him doing the killer solo at a Van Halen concert, his drumming helped elevate him and the set off the ground, but the original rock drummer is definitely John Bonham, so meticulous in his craft, John Bonham Moby Dick, and Bonzo's Montreaux. But the title of drummers who also sing can go to Phil Collins, awesome soloist, and Kelly Keagey
jims33123: Not a big Rush fan here, but I saw them last year from the 3rd row. Neil Peart was amazing live.
robertprata2: Buddy Rich,him and Ringo Starr made a bet who could play the longest was the best.Buddy Rich won hands down.
heyitsmeagain: Up and coming young Drummer in the Cincinnati OH area, Derek Johnson. Playing local now but he is still growing. Backdoor and Bassless Chaps
DogRiverDann: Did anyone say...
John Maher - Buzzcocks
Joe Daniels - Local H
Janet Weiss - Sleater Kinney
Rick Buckler - The Jam
Clem Burke - Blondie
Tre Cool - Green Day
Bruce Gary - The Knack
Gina Schock - The Go-Go's
Willie Wilcox - Utopia
Pete Thomas - The Attractions
Topper Headon - The Clash
trappertodd: Phil Collins was an awesome drummer. Steve Jordan and Kenny Aronoff are almost melodic as well as rhythmic. Plus I loved Mick Waller bashing behind Ronnie Wood and Rod Stewart