Alan White (born June 14, 1949) is a rock and roll drummer best known for his 34 years of work with the progressive rock band Yes. In all, White has appeared on over fifty albums with artists from John Lennon and George Harrison to Joe Cocker, Ginger Baker and The Ventures. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alan White (Yes drummer)"
Alex Thomas is a British drummer from Lutterworth in Leicestershire. He is also known as Earl Shilton. He has played the drums in Bolt Thrower since 21 August 1997. He was only 19 when he joined. After Andy Whale left he would have been the first choice replacement, but because of his age (16 at the time) it was not possible. He has recorded Mercenary with the band and done the Into The Killing Zone tour with them. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alex Thomas"
Andrew Whale (usually as Andy Whale) is a drummer from Birmingham, UK. He is best known for playing the drums in Bolt Thower, which he did from the start of the band until 1994. Hence, he plays on the albums until ...For Victory and demos thus far. He left the band after the US tour in 1994, because he was fed up with Bolt Thrower and thought there are other things in life to do. In addition, he thought that his skills were not increasing at all anymore and searched for a different challenge. He is now laying cables for a living. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrew Whale"
Ashley Soan is a British musician, who during the 1990s was variously the drummer for pop/ rock bands Del Amitri and Squeeze. His work has taken him around the world with many artists since. He has a website here ** ...more on Wikipedia about "Ashley Soan"
William Scott Bruford (born May 17, 1949 in Sevenoaks, Kent, England), better known as Bill Bruford, is an influential drummer known for his forceful, highly precise, polyrhythmic style. He was the original drummer for legendary progressive rock group Yes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Bruford"
Bill Lordan is a rock drummer who has been in a number of bands such as 'The Mystics', 'Gypsy' and Robin Trower Band. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Lordan"
Boris Williams (born April 24, 1957 in Versailles, France) is an English musician best known for his work with The Cure (1984-1994). ...more on Wikipedia about "Boris Williams"
Brian Bennett is a drummer, pianist, composer, arranger and producer of popular music. He is best knows as drummer of the UK Rock n roll group The Shadows. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brian Bennett"
Charles Hayward (born 1952) is a British drummer and was the leader of the experimental rock group This Heat. He was also a member of Mal Dean's Amazing Band, Radar Favourites, Dolphin Logic, and gigged with Phil Manzanera, appearing with Manzanera's Quiet Sun project as well as Gong. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Hayward (musician)"
Charles Robert "Charlie" Watts (born 2 June, 1941, in Islington, London) is the drummer of The Rolling Stones. He is also a jazz bandleader and commercial artist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlie Watts"
Chris Stewart was the original drummer and a founding member of Genesis. He is now a farmer and an author. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chris Stewart (author)"
Dan 'Loord' Foord is the drummer for the UK metal band ' SikTh'. Regarded as one of the most technical drummers in the UK, he mixes complex rhythms and difficult time signatures with both hands and feet. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dan 'Loord' Foord"
Daniel Goffey (born on February 7, 1974) started his music career in Primary School with his band the Fallopian Tubes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Danny Goffey"
Dominic James Howard, better known as Dom Howard (born December 7, 1977 in Stockport, England), is the drummer for the British band Muse. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dominic Howard"
John Henry (Bonzo) Bonham ( May 31 1948 – September 25, 1980), was the drummer of rock band Led Zeppelin. Today, over 25 years since his death, Bonham is still widely respected in the music world as one of the best rock drummers of all time. His groovy feel, amazing chops, versatile skills, hard hitting power, and his passion for the instrument make him one of the most influential and emulated trap drum kit players ever. Bonham died prematurely, but his approach to hard rock and heavy metal drumming continues to be a standard by which all others are judged. His signature licks live on as played by the modern drummers of today. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Bonham"
John Mayhew was the third drummer (percussion, vocals) for the progressive rock band Genesis (September 1969 - July 1970). Genesis recruited John Mayhew from a Melody Maker small ad. He replaced previous drummer, John Silver in August 1969. He appears on the album Trespass as well as the Genesis Archive 1967-75 box set. He was replaced, in 1970 by Phil Collins. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Mayhew"
John Silver was the second drummer for the British rock band Genesis. He replaced Chris Stewart in the summer of 1968 and appears on their first full length album, From Genesis to Revelation, and on the Genesis Archive 1967-75 box set. He left the band in August 1969 and was replaced by John Mayhew. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Silver"
Jon Moss (full name Jonathan Aubrey Moss) (born September 11 1957) is the former drummer of the bands Culture Club, London, Adam and the Ants, and The Damned. He is also an ex- partner of Culture Club's lead singer Boy George. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jon Moss"
Kenny Jones (born September 16, 1948 in London, UK) is a veteran British rock drummer best known for his work in The Small Faces (1960s), The Faces (1970s), and The Who (1980s). ...more on Wikipedia about "Kenny Jones"
Kevin Wilkinson ( 1958 - July 17 1999) was a musician from Swindon, England. He was the former drummer for British pop groups including Squeeze, The Waterboys, China Crisis, Fish and The Proclaimers and his last work was with Howard Jones. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kevin Wilkinson"
Lucas Fox is a drummer who was a member of British heavy metal band Motörhead and London punk rockers Warsaw Pakt. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lucas Fox"
Mark Price is a British musician, who was the drummer with Scottish band Del Amitri between 1997 and 2002. He toured extensively with them and appears on the 2002 album Can You Do Me Good? and the Top 40 hit singles Don't Come Home Too Soon ( 1998), Cry to be Found (1998) and Just Before You Leave ( 2002). Before this, Price had enjoyed a long career in the music industry playing with various acts, playing at the Live Aid concert in July 1985 as the drummer in Nik Kershaw's backing group. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Price (musician)"
Martin Kearns joined Bolt Thrower as a drummer after Andy Whale left in 1994, not much is known about him. But he is rather young, he joined the band when he was 17. Bolt Thrower is the first band in which he plays, it seems. His nickname is 'Kiddie'. ...more on Wikipedia about "Martin Kearns"
Michael Charles Avory (born February 15, 1944) was the drummer for The Kinks from their formation in 1964 to 1984. In 1962, before he joined The Kinks, he briefly played drums for The Rolling Stones. He played their first show at The Marquee Club, but his tenure did not last long. He was subsequently replaced by their current drummer Charlie Watts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mick Avory"
Michael George Gibbins (b. March 12, 1949, d. October 4, 2005 of natural causes) was the drummer for the rock group Badfinger. He is the third member of the band to die. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mike Gibbins"
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