Former DAVID LEE ROTH Drummer Releases New Instructional DVD
Former DAVID LEE ROTH and current ARMY OF ANYONE drummer Ray Luzier has just released a new DVD, entitled "Double Bass Techniques, Hand and Foot Coordination, Drum Fills and Warm-Up Exercises". The disc contains one hour and 43 minutes of instruction and live performances featuring Billy Sheehan, Toshi Hiketa and Keisuke Nishimoto. It also has a companion booklet that contains very clear explanations of the exercises. Purchase a copy at HalLeonard.com.
ARMY OF ANYONE, which is completed by FILTER's Richard Patrick (vocals), along with former STONE TEMPLE PILOTS members Dean (guitar) and his brother Robert DeLeo (bass), are currently working on their debut album, which is slated to come out on Columbia in early 2006. The as-yet-untitled CD is being produced by Bob Ezrin, the mastermind behind PINK FLOYD's "The Wall" and ALICE COOPER's early hits.
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