Drumming is an integral part of many music genres, from rock and pop to jazz and hip hop.
It’s a highly skilled and technical art form that requires a lot of practice, dedication, and talent. There are countless interesting statistics and facts about drummers, drumming, and drum kits that can shed light on the industry and the people who play this instrument.
In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the most interesting drum statistics, including information on drumming world records, average drummer salaries, the evolution of the drum kit and more.
It was quite interesting collating these facts and figures - hope you’ve learned something new through this article (at the very least you can impress your friends at parties with your esoteric drumming knowledge).
If you have an interesting fact I’ve missed please let me know so that I can add it!
Daniel started drumming as a teenager after realizing just how fun air drumming is. He was blown away by the power of the drums at his first drum lesson and hasn’t looked back since.
He has almost 20 years experience drumming and was heavily into Metal when he first started playing but has since transitioned to Jazz, Funk and Progressive Rock.
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