Introducing the Drum Showroom Season Two T-Shirt. Available in mens and womens cuts and a range of sizes, there’s sure to be one for you! We’ve partnered with Amazon for these shirts, made on-demand, shipped free, with free returns.
Thinking about the future: Podcasting — welcome to the symphonic era. (Medium repost)
Looking back on our first season, looking at Drum Showroom by the numbers, and looking ahead to next season.
Car considerations for a drummers including type, where you live, and what and who you’re moving.
3 minutes/10 questions to help make Drum Showroom even better.
This episode covers Nick’s favorite kit he’s built and the CoolMount he developed, evolution of the product line, a look into their product development process, and some news about a new offering.
I want to talk about a really important topic. It’s the holiday season. And that means it’s also depression and suicide season, and musicians and creatives are at risk.
Nick Jones literally grew up in a drum factory. He is the seventh generation of his family, which has run Noble and Cooley drums since 1854, and Nick is one of just THREE people who build the drums.
Carter McLean holds the drum chair at the Broadway production of the Lion King. He’s on tour with Charlie Hunter, performing on his one-of-a-kind kit he designed with Ronn Dunnett.
Kenny Sharretts is the guy who makes your favorite drummers look and sound their best. In this second part of our conversation, we get way into tuning methods, tips, and tricks. We talk a lot about tuning approaches for different types of music and playing well with microphones for live applications.