Glorious Drummers, we are live!

It’s so great to see this website and platform finally being live! We’re absolutely stoked to start releasing the first interviews very soon. What a journey it has been!

Since 2015 I’ve been sharing, concepting and developing this dream that started as a longing to connect my heart to other drummers all around the world. Learning and growing together to become better musicians for the glory of our loving Father.

In the years that followed, the project started to get shape but got delayed due to varies reasons. But now it’s Summer 2020 and we are 100% ready to release the first of hopefully many video interviews with a great line-up of drummers.

Stay tuned, connect with us on social media and you’ll be hearing from us soon.

Keep moving forward!

-Ruud

Don’t Stop Here

More To Explore

Interview Robert Sput Searight

‘It’s about helping the younger generation be better than you were.’ Wow, what a powerful statement by Robert Sput Searight, drummer for Snarky Puppy and Ghost-Note! We had a wonderful conservation about growing up with music, his relationship with God, the importance of community and relationships, having mentors, tuning drums, playing with Nate Werth in Snarky Puppy and working with Bishop T.D. Jakes.

Interview Andrew Ehrenzeller

We met Andrew Ehrenzeller at Open Skies Festival in Holland (2017) when he was leading worship there. Andrew is a really warm and open man of God, whose heart is to lead people to the heart of the Father. His lyrics are deep and his music is strong and compelling. We asked Andrew a few questions about his experiences with drummers and we hope you enjoy his input and advice!

Interview Reuben Harsant

We had the opportunity to talk with Reuben Harsant when he was on tour with Martin Smith in Dordrecht (Netherlands). We got to know Reuben as a very friendly, funny and humble man whose heart is to serve God with his gifting. We had a great conversation about influential drummers, playing in church, how to prepare for a gig, playing different venues and using electronic drums. His best advice: “Keep dreaming, serve your socks off and keep practicing!”

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