Yes! The first 1,000,000 views on our YouTube Channel are a fact! Almost 12 months ago, we started uploading our entire video catalogue to YouTube instead of hosting them on the Drummerszone servers. We thank everyone watching, responding, liking and disliking, and most of all our current subscribers and members on Drummerszone for encouraging us to make more and better content.
All our videos on YouTube include links and descriptions of all relevant artists, brands, and the thousands of articles and video albums on Drummerszone.com. In the past year we have uploaded 893 videos already and added 49 playlists. Still, there are many, many more videos to come. Actually, we're not even at 30% of our self-produced footage already available on Drummerszone.com.
The Cake Of course, we do know a million views is not that much on YouTube, but it is a nice milestone and just a cool number that calls for a Drum Celebration! And that is just what we did at the Adams Drumworld Festival: we brought The Cake!
On the day the Adams Drumworld festival took place, we hit the one million in the YouTube Studio App exactly on September 10, 2017 at 3:42:19 PM (CEST). On Tuesday September 12, this first cool YT-limit finally showed up on our channel for everyone to see - without any form of payed promotion.
Eating the drummers With congratulations from Thomas Lang, Simon Phillips, Michael Schack, the Adams Drumworld Team hosting the day, and many other artists at the Drumworld Festival, in just moments the cake was almost gone.
John Janssen, host and organizer of the Drumworld Festival ate Steve Gadd. Yours truly ate Benny Greb. Nicko McBrain and Gavin Harrison survived being eaten, but ended up in the waste bin at the end of the day...
We added photos of all the artists playing at the Adams Drumworld Festival: Martin Frosch, Anika Nilles, Will Kennedy, Thomas Lang, Wim de Vries and Simon Phillips.