Back by popular demand, I’m featuring another listener on the podcast. This session is with Max Senitt, the Canadian born drummer who’s been playing drums for over 30 years and been playing professionally since he graduated college. We dig into how he’s sustained a professional career for nearly three decades, and the reason why he takes pretty much every gig that comes his way.
Max Senitt talks about:
- Playing drums as long as he can remember
- Overcoming injury
- His approach to professionalism
- Why he’s always open to any gig
- much more
Resources / Links / People mentioned:
Max Senitt Plays:
- Headhunter Drumsticks
- Pasite Cymbals
- Yamaha Drums
- Evans Drumheads
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