Mike Mangini is the third artist confirmed to appear at The London Drum Show 2010 set for the weekend of September 4th and 5th at Olympia in London. In march Benny Greb and Pete Lockett were the first confirmed artists.
In association with Drummer Magazine, the annual London Drum Show offers two incredible days of all things drum and percussion, featuring the latest gear plus amazing performances and master classes.
Artists Mike Mangini has successfully applied his Rhythm Knowledge learning method to all styles of music, from classical and jazz to speed metal. Mike is a full-time faculty member at Berklee College of Music along with being named to their Educational Committee and as Advisor to the Percussion students.
Pete Locket is one of the most versatile multi-percussionists and the wide range of artists he has worked with reflects the incredible diversity of his playing.
Benny Greb will also be performing at London Drum Show 2010. Benny’s status amongst drummers the world over has risen phenomenally with appearances at major drum festivals around the world and in 2009 Benny released \'The Language of Drumming – A System For Musical Expression\' dvd on the Hudson Music label, showing his unique approach to drumming.
Master classes Visitors can also enjoy a series of high profile artists in a master class situation over the two days in a 300-seater suite. The Live Stage auditorium features plush tiered seating and offers excellent acoustics, ensuring that both artists and audience experience a truly exciting two days.
Exhibitors Korg, Paiste, Mapex, Vic Firth, Hardcase, Silver Fox Drumsticks, Pearl Drums, Alfred Publishing and Remo are amongst those now taking key exhibition space, with Premier, Natal, Meinl, Istanbul, Ahead Drumsticks, Soultone Cymbals, Ford Drums, Tama, Dream Cymbals, Rosetti, Pro-Mark and Yamaha also signing up.