Nicko McBrain (IRON MAIDEN), Nick D'Virgilio (SPOCK'S BEARD) and Steve Smith (JOURNEY) are among the musicians who are scheduled to perform at the sixth Drummer Live event, which is scheduled to take place in London on June 13-14.
Drummer Live features the world's best drummers and this years star studded lineup includes the finest talent, greatest drumming heroes and most respected names in the business to inspire, inform and entertain.
Nicko will play on Sunday, June 14 in a special performance with leading multi-percussionist Pete Lockett (BJÖRK, JEFF BECK, ROBERT PLANT, JARVIS COCKER, PETER GABRIEL), which will be a memorable and unique collaboration guaranteed to be something different.
Drummer Live is part of the U.K.'s biggest music exhibition, The London International Music Show, which includes The London Guitar Show, Unplugged and Sound Recording and Technology Show. It takes place at ExCeL, now firmly established as one of the U.K.'s premier (and largest) exhibition venues. Located in the heart of London's Docklands, ExCeL is set within a stunning waterfront environment in the dynamic and thriving Docklands and just across the water from The O2 arena.
For more information, visit www.londoninternationalmusicshow.com.
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