BLUE YSTER CULT Drumming Legend ALBERT BOUCHARD Schedules Free Toronto Clinic

Drumming legend Albert Bouchard from BLUE YSTER CULT will take part in a FREE drum clinic at Long & McQuade (925 Bloor Street West) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on Thursday, April 24 beginning at 7:00 p.m. Please note that wristbands will be limited to the first 150 people in line.

In 1981, Albert left BLUE YSTER CULT and began work on the music that would become the "Imaginos" record. In the late 1980s, Albert performed with THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS, HERMAN'S HERMITS with Peter Noone, and the SPENCER DAVIS GROUP with Joe Bouchard. Albert has also played on records for Mike Watt (FIREHOSE, MINUTEMEN) and Ritchie Stotts (PLASMATICS). He has also produced records for, among others, MARIA EXCOMMUNIKATA, HEADS UP! and DAVID ROTER.

Recently, Albert's main musical project has been as THE BRAIN SURGEONS, with whom he has released several CDs on his own Cellsum Records label.


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