Hall of Fame Drummer Great Carmine Appice with Bruce Hilliard
Welcome to the Better Each Day Podcast Radio Show. I’m Bruce Hilliard and I’d like to take a second to remind you that today is the official release of my new EP Pawn Shop Boulevard.
You’re hearing the song Hold On is the background. The additional four songs are available to add to your playlists on about 20 different streaming platforms. I always refer people to Spotify because that’s the biggie.
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Today’s guest is one of the most famous drummers of all time. He’s a teacher, a session player and known by probably more boomer recording artists than any other.
He’s played with Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart, Brian May of Queen, and was the drummer for Vanilla Fudge.
His best-selling drum instruction book The Realistic Rock Drum Method was first published in 1972 and has since been revised and republished as The Ultimate Realistic Rock Drum Method. It covers the basic subjects of rock rhythms and polyrhythms, linear rudiments and groupings, shuffle rhythms, hi-hat and double bass drum exercises.