In this podcast I chat with Josh Dion, a drummer I’ve known about for years but finally got a chance to get him on the show. Josh and I ran in the same circles back in the early 2000s and he’s blown me away since the first I ever saw him play. Josh is one of those “you gotta see him live” type of players. Why? Because he’s a bad ass drummer and singer…oh, did I mention that he also plays keyboards while he’s singing and playing? Yup, pretty insane. A true artist to the core, Josh’s infectious love for music, groove and authenticity project in every single note he plays.
“Art is making something out of nothing and selling it.” – Frank Zappa (Tweet this)
In this podcast, Josh Dion talks about:
- How he got started playing
- The development of his playing
- How / why he incorporated keys into his playing
- The effects that internet / streaming sites have on artists’ revenue
- Advice for others learning multiple instruments
- His approach to groove / feel /time / musicality
- Much more
Resources / People / Links Mentioned
Paris Monster songs to check out
DW Drums: I’ve been playing DW for years…not only because they make high-quality, handcrafted drums but because they support and foster drumming initiatives all over the wold, much like this podcast. I’m thrilled to announce that DW has signed on to support Drummer’s Reosource for 2016! Be sure to check them out today and DWDrums.com.
Sabian XSR Cymbals: I could tell you all about Sabian’s B12 bronze and their trick-down technology, but let me tell you what’s really important: The cymbals in the XSR line are professional-grade cymbals, priced to not break the bank. They sound amazing and won’t hurt you wallet when you buy them. For more info, visit Sabian.