Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #220
Goodbye Drumeo Gab: It’s Time For A Laugh
We hoped it would never come, but this is the final episode of the Drumeo Gab Podcast. Enjoy the prank call at the end!

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #219
Wiktoria Bialic: Not Limited By My Location
Do you need to live in a certain country to be a successful musician? Wiktoria Bialic talks about carving out a drumming career in Poland.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #218
Brandon Scott: Create With Passion
YouTuber Brandon Scott talks about drum content, COVID, self-esteem and more.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #217
Does Creativity Ever Tire?
Can a musician ever run out of ideas? The great Billy Cobham says no - at least for him. Don't miss this podcast episode!

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #216
Real Talk With Larnell Lewis
Do you feel guilty for not playing drums enough? Larnell Lewis has too. In this episode, a pro drummer talks about when life gets in the way.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #215
Todd Sucherman: What’s The Deal With Endorsements?
How do you get drum endorsements? Todd Sucherman talks about the reality of partnering with brands.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #214
A Phone Call With Dennis Chambers
This is no ordinary podcast episode: it's Dennis Chambers and host Seamus having a raw phone call about the big things in Dennis' life.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #213
Jefferson Shallenberger: My Little Company (Sugar Percussion)
Sugar Percussion is a small drum company with a total character at its helm. This episode covers charity work, drum-building neurosis, and more.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #212
George Kollias: The Greek God Of Double Bass
Can blast beats groove? How does one of the world's best extreme metal drummers practice? Don't miss this interview.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #211
Juan Mendoza: Become A Better Student
Juan Carlito Mendoza talks about recording's role in education and how Instagram clips might be hurting our abilities.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #210
In Conversation With Mike Mangini: Part Two
Mike Mangini talks about speed vs. musicality, a dream he had that enabled him to achieve a goal, and much more.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #209
In Conversation with Mike Mangini: Part One
Mike Mangini talks about the importance of writing things down, practice, discipline, and much more.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #208
Drums As Life Preserver: Part Two
How did this drummer turn his life around when brain surgery left him with debilitating side effects?

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #207
Drums As Life Preserver: Part 1
Have you ever said "drumming saved my life"? This episode is for you.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #206
Taylor Gordon: The Pocket Queen Story
Taylor Gordon ("The Pocket Queen") talks about her Berklee scholarship, why she chose to start creating her own music, and more.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #205
Benny Greb: Effective Practicing For Musicians (Your Why)
Benny Greb talks about how to find your 'why', how to compare yourself 'the right way', and how to practice more effectively.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #204
WOLF Discusses His Journey With Mental Health
If you've ever struggled with mental health as a drummer, don't miss this episode of the Drumeo Gab Podcast.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #203
“The Check In”: Jost Nickel’s New Record
How did the pandemic play a role in Jost Nickel's new album, and why did he write the way he did?

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #202
Billy Cobham: The Importance Of Teamwork In Music
The legendary Billy Cobham explains why we need to work together, how to deal with problem musicians, and artistic compromise.

Seamus Evely  /  Drumeo Gab #201
Benny Greb: Effective Practicing For Musicians (Recording Yourself)
Seamus talks with Benny Greb about his new book and how to record yourself properly.

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