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Steve Gadd drumming workshop dates rescheduled
Music lovers hoping to pick up tips from Steve Gadd on how to improve their skills on the drum kit will have the chance to do so next month.
The drummer was originally due to visit the UK for a series of workshops in April, but the dates were cancelled due to the volcanic ash cloud affecting flights in and out of Britain.
But Gadd will now come to the country in September, appearing in Reading on the 3rd, before moving on to Dublin, Manchester and Edinburgh.
Gadd, who has worked with the likes of Diana Ross, Ray Charles and Peter Gabriel over the course of his career, explained: "During my clinics, I start playing for a few minutes and initiate a question-and-answer game at an early stage."
The musician is also set to appear at this year's London Drum Show, which he will formally open on September 4th 2010.
ÂPosted on 10 Aug 2010 17:25 to category : Music News
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