The San Diego Drum Show & Swap Meet
March 29th, 2014, 9AM - 5PM
Studio West and The Recording Arts Center
11021 Via Frontera, Suite A, San Diego, CA 92127
Brought to you by
San Diego Drum Lessons
Rick Stojak’s Drum Studio Baypark Drum Company
Jazz Association of Greater San Diego
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Performance Demo With Rick Stojak Studio A: time 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Rick will do an Acoustic/Electric Hybrid demo.
Rick's cool cymbal setup from Sabian went viral on Facebook!
Check out this kit and others here!
Rick Stojak is a professional drummer, studio musician, teacher and clinician whose success is fueled by a refreshing musical diversity
and intensity. He is known as a pocket player who grooves in any style playing drum set, electronic percussion and multipercussion.
Rick Stojak’s drum studio is a place where drummers of every level grow musically, professionally and personally by studying privately or in
group workshops. Rick hosts some of the greatest drummers in the world for drum clinics including Daniel Glass of the Brian Setzer Orchestra and funk
drumming legend Zoro the drummer.
Rick is endorsed by Sabian cymbals. Rick’s Stojak’s Drum Studio has a large collection of Sabian cymbals for students to play and drummers to come and sample.
"Rick Stojak's 'How to Build a Drum Groove' is an excellent foray into keeping
teaching simple and fun! I was not a music reader before I started
this book, but boy, it sure is turning me into one. And the extensive Song Index is genius!
All of these great songs that we all already know, listed in such a way that
upon first glimpse, you're already a leg up in learning. How cool is that?
By the time you're done with this book, you will be well on your way to
mastering the basics of rock drumming, which is what we all love to do!
I highly recommend 'How to Build a Drum Groove' to drummers of all ages!"
Rick's putting on the finishing touches on his new method book series called How To Build A Drum Groove.
Playing the drums for a rock band requires the stamina of a Premiership footballer, research suggests. Tests on Clem Burke, the veteran Blondie drummer, revealed that 90 minutes of drumming could raise his heart rate to 190 beats a minute.
Despite rock's reputation for unhealthy living, Dr Marcus Smith, from Chichester University, said drummers needed "extraordinary stamina".
A hour in concert could burn between 400 and 600 calories, he said.
Clem Burke, who provided the beat for hits such as "Heart of Glass", "Atomic" and "Call Me" was invited to take part in the eight-year project by Blondie fan Dr Smith.
It is hoped that the results could help develop outreach programmes for overweight children who are not interested in sport.
Read the whole article from BBC News
The Daniel Glass Workshop
was a great success!
My thanks to all that
Rick is now endorsed by Sabian cymbals.
Check out Rick performing at Safari Park Half Marathon!