"Spectrum of Sound" Clinic-Tour

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John Good and Billy WardFive-Star Drumshops announce the dates and locations for an exclusive series of drum seminars featuring Drum Workshop drum designer John Good and internationally- renowned drum artist Billy Ward. Scheduled to kick-off in Tampa, Florida on September 12th, the "Spectrum Of Sound" tour includes stops at 16 of the top drum shops in the United States.

"Due to his incredibly busy schedule at DW, we are tremendously excited that John Good has agreed to take the time to visit our shops," comments Five-Star spokesman Jim Rupp. "This is the first- and possibly only- time that John will be available in this capacity."

Good, who began working with Drum Workshop founder Don Lombardi in 1972, is currently Vice-President and Head Of Operations at DW. Before joining DW he was a drummer as well as a drum technician for such noted professional drummers as Chad Wackerman (Frank Zappa), Jonathan Moffett (The Jacksons) and Freddie White (Earth, Wind & Fire). Over the past three decades he has been responsible for the development of numerous innovations in both the design and intricate manufacture of DW's custom-quality Collector's Series Drums- from the types of woods used in shell construction to the types of hardware used in final assembly. John's clinic presentation will include discussions and demonstrations of DW's proportionate-ply, reinforced, all-maple shell design, Timbre-Match preselection process, True-Pitch tuning system, Coated/Clear drumheads, Woofer bass drum tone enhancer and FinishPly, Stain Oil, Lacquer and Exotic finishes plus the full spectrum of DW snare drums, pedals and hardware.

Joining Good will be DW Drum Artist Billy Ward. One of the world's top drummers in his own right, Ward has performed with Richard Marx, Carly Simon and Joan Osborne. He was also a featured performer at the 2000 Modern Drummer Drum Festival where his unique form of progressive and eclectic drumming received standing ovations and rave reviews.

The tour schedule is:
Wednesday, September 12th
- AJ's Pro Percussion (Tampa, FL) 813/353-1829
Friday, September 14th
- Dale's Drum Shop (Harrisburg, PA) 717/652-2466
Sunday, September 16th
- Zampino's (New Canton, OH) 330/499-1198
Monday, September 17th
- Columbus Pro Percussion (Columbus, OH) 614/885-7372
Tuesday, September 18th
- Drum World (Pittsburgh, PA) 412/343-2600
Wednesday, September 19th
- Drum Center of Indianapolis (Indianapolis, IN) 317/594-8989
Thursday, September 20th
- Midwest Percussion (Chicago Ridge, IL) 708/499-2314
Saturday, September 22nd
- Memphis Drum (Memphis, TN) 901/276-2328
Monday, September 24th
- Explorer's Percussion (Kansas City, MO) 816/361-1195
Tuesday, September 25th - Fork's Drum Closet (Nashville, TN) 615/383-8343
Wednesday, September 26th
- Drum Headquarters (St. Louis, MO) 314/644-0235
Thursday, September 27th
- Rupp's Drums (Denver, CO) 303/756-5777
Saturday, September 29th - Lemmon Percussion (San Jose, CA) 408/286-9150
Sunday, September 30th
- Bentley's (Fresno, CA) 559/222-5011
Tuesday, October 2nd
- Drum Circuit (San Luis Obispo, CA) 805/543-0338
Thursday, October 4th
- West Coast Drum (Santa Ana, CA) 714/545-2345

Seating space is limited so, for complete details, confirmed locations and ticket information, drummers are urged to contact their local participating drumshop.

6/2001 Pro-Music-News

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