|When:||Back to Calendar April 26, 2012 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm|
|Cost:||£8 adv £10 door|
Rob has been playing professionally for 30 years and has worked with: Peter Gabriel, BlackBox, Jason Rebello (Sting-Jeff Beck), Andy Partridge (XTC), Jamie Cullum, Modern English, Hugh Cornwell (The Stranglers), Innes Sibun (Robert Plant), Kenny Lynch, Andy Shepperd, Herbie Flowers (Session great) and for the past 6 years the drummer for award winning punk legend Siouxsie Sioux.His work with Siouxsie saw him appear on the TV shows ‘Later with Jools Holland’ and ‘Friday night with Jonathan Ross’ as well as live broadcasts on BBC radio 1 and 2.
The DVD of the tour ‘Finale’ made it to number 1 in the charts in 2009 and the tour featured headline sell out concerts and festivals all over the world.
Rob has been featured in ‘Rhythm’ and ‘Drummer’ magazines and was a guest tutor for the Rhythm magazine cover disc in 2008. He has 4 educational articles being published in 2012 in the top US drum magazine ’Modern Drummer’ as well as a review of his first drumming DVD. His first DVD ’Technique and Musicality’ recently scored 4 out of 5 in both ‘Rhythm’ and ‘Drummer’ magazines and Rob remains a busy drummer on the UK session and drum clinic scene.
Founder of the Drumsense Programme Colin Woolway has been playing and teaching drums professionally since 1976. During those years he has done every kind of gig including theatre pit work, Jazz residencies, Cabaret and Variety shows, eight years with Suzi Quatro, and every kind of situation, from stadium tours with 30,000 people at every show, to scout huts and muddy gardens – you name it, he’s done it.
He is best known these days as the founder of the Drumsense Teaching programme, and the author of “Drumsense” books and DVDs, and has been writing monthly columns for Rhythm magazine for over 15 years! Colin presently teaches at studios in Twickenham, Croydon and Newport, and regularly presents clinics, masterclasses and lectures, and is a long time endorser of Sonor drums, Zildjian cymbals, Vic Firth sticks and Aquarian heads, Bill Sanders practice pads and more recently Roland.