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Daniel Glass & J.M. Van Eaton Clinic

Live from myCymbal.com presents Daniel Glass & J.M. Van Eaton in clinic.

This is a free, live-streaming event!


Date: Thursday, October 13th, 2011
Start time: 6:00 P.M. (Central Time)
Extremely limited seating for those who wish to attend in person. Tickets are $25. Please call 901-276-2328 for availability or Memphis Drum Shop.
Memphis Drum Shop is proud to present Royal Crown Revue/Brian Setzer drummer Daniel Glass and Memphis drumming legend J.M. Van Eaton, together in a rare and intimate event focusing on Rockabilly and Early Rock’n’Roll drumming. This event will be broadcast live over the internet, allowing drummers from around the world to participate in real time.
In the 1950s and ’60s, J.M. Van Eaton was part of the Sun Records house band, playing on more than 2/3 of all the recordings ever released by the legendary Memphis label. His inventive drumming can be heard on many of Sun’s biggest hits, including those by Jerry Lee Lewis ("Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On," "Great Balls of Fire"), Johnny Cash ("I Guess Things Happen That Way"), Roy Orbison ("Devil Doll"), Billy Lee Riley ("Red Hot"), and Charlie Rich ("Lonely Weekends").
Daniel Glass is one of today’s foremost authorities on classic American drumming. Since 1994, he has been a member of the pioneering "retro-swing" group Royal Crown Revue, and has recorded/toured with a host of top flight artist like Brian Setzer, Gene Simmons, Bette Midler, Liza Minnelli and Mike Ness from Social Distortion. Daniel is also an award-winning author and clinician. He has written three books, including The Commandments of Early Rhythm and Blues Drumming (with Zoro), and has performed at many top drum festivals like PASIC and the 2010 Modern Drummer Festival. 
Daniel and J.M. will discuss the evolution of Rockabilly and Rock’n’Roll, and demonstrate many of the signature grooves that J.M made famous. Online audience members will be able to share comments and questions, and get a response in real time You do not want to miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with one of the true legends of American drumming!

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