The Crash Drum School will be hosting a masterclass with Rhythm Groove Essentials columnist Erik Stams on 8 December at Sno! Bar in Xscape, Castleford. Doors open 7.00 pm and the show will start at 7.30pm.
Erik has being playing the drums for 20 years and honed his craft performing and recording in and around NYC and can be heard on albums, film soundtracks and TV commercials. For Erik's full list of credits visit his website. Erik Stams currently teaches and plays in London and Cardiff . He teaches degree and diploma level courses at Drumtech and Thames Valley University in London and writes regular articles for Rhythm and has recorded several educational play-along cd's (Rhythm/Drumtech/Total Guitar).
Supporting Erik and kicking off the evening will be Adam Swales, head teacher at Crash Drum School. Adam studied with Erik at Drumtech in London in 2005 and shortly after started teaching. "The school has being going for just over 2 years and this is the first major event to be held and we are really glad to have Erik come down for the evening. It will be a great show", says Adam.
Adam plays in a variety of bands in and around his local area. On the night he will be playing in his funk trio. Adam also recently featured playing drums on the new N-Dubz album ‘Against all odds’ which was released 16 November.
Tickets for the masterclass cost £5. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for booking information. Tickets can also be bought on the door.