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Drummer of the Year Competition Launched
Leading drum magazine Rhythm has announced the search for Drummer of the Year, with the final to be held at the London Music Show 2010.
Drum and percussion brands Mapex, Paiste and Korg are official sponsors of this years event.
The lucky winner will receive a special prize pack containing a Mapex Saturn 4 piece shell pack, set of Paiste 2002 cymbals, and a Korg Wavedrum.
Prizes also include a day with session drummer Karl Brazil and a lesson with renowned UK drummer Steve White.
The London Music Show is set to take place between 8th and 10th October 2010 at ExCel in London.
The Show already has big name musicians signed up including guitarist Joe Bonamassa and DJ John 00 Flemming.Posted on 4 Aug 2010 10:34 to category : Music News
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