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I can do rock, pop, classical, jazz and Latin percussion, I'll give anything a crack.
Guitar Center Drum-Off is presented by: DW, OCDP, PEARL, GRETSCH, TAMA, LATIN PERCUSSION, MEINL, SABIAN, ZILDJIAN, REMO, EVANS, PRO-MARK, VIC FIRTH, ROLAND, MODERN DRUMMER, CONVERSE, SHURE
The award-winning rock band of brothers has become one of the most popular bands to hail from Austin, Texas, known for their striking blend of infectious swaggering rock laced with Latin percussion and fiery performances.
Born in Israel in 1968, Yinon Muallem began his musical career playing Latin percussion but later developed his own unique style, playing Middle Eastern percussion instruments such as the darbuka, the def, the bendir, the Iranian zarb, the kanjira (south Indian tambourine) and the Gatham (clay pot).
The night features live Latin percussion from Mark Logan and the sublime trumpet of Ben Edwards who's latest Galway appearance comes in the middle of his European tour with chart-topping Paolo Nutini.
For the past three years, it has been honing a sound that always has included "explosive Latin percussion motifs," a news release says.
Most of these articles are outside of the western classical percussion genre, such as Indian drumming, hand drumming and Latin percussion.
Liberal use of the TR727 Latin percussion machine is made, which gets automatic love for resourcefulness alone.