NEIL PEART, MIKE PORTNOY Featured In DRUM CHANNEL's New Online DVD Rental Service

Drum Channel is making available some of the best drummers in the world through the online rental of DVDs including ALL of the bonus features.

Drum Channel provides affordable drumming entertainment and lessons, ensuring their customers get true value for their money and access to incredible drummers at all times. This new service allows you to watch for a five-day period DC's DVDs for the unbelievable special offer price of $2.95. Try it before you buy it!

Current DVDs available in this service are:

* Your First Drum Lesson - whether you are a beginner, an amateur or a pro this DVD will be the foundation of your drumming career. Featuring six lessons taught by Chad Smith, Stephen Perkins, Joe Porcaro, Ralph Humphrey and Gregg Bissonette. (RRP $24.95)

* Mike Portnoy - created from Mike's appearance on the live Art Of Drumming show with Terry Bozzio, following countless requests from fans who wanted to see it again and again. (RRP $24.95)

* Danny Seraphine: The Art Of Jazz Rock Drumming - features performances and lessons by Danny Seraphine, founding member of the band CHICAGO. (RRP $24.95)

* Buddy Rich: Up Close - see and hear the master at work. Special features include slow motion, never-before-released footage, improved audio mix. (RRP $19.95)

* Chad Wackerman Trio Hits Live - Chad Wackerman, with pals Mike Miller (guitar) and Doug Lunn (bass) on board, play a variety of jazz-fusion songs composed by Wackerman himself. (RRP $19.95)

* Neil Peart: Fire On Ice, The Making Of "The Hockey Theme" - Neil Peart gives a behind-the-scenes tour of the making of "The Hockey Theme", recognized as Canada's second national anthem with Canada's TSN (The Sports Network). (RRP $24.95)

* Evolution of Tony Royster Jr. - Tony continues to stretch boundaries and break barriers with his seemingly effortless chops and creativity. Tony performs with mentor Dennis Chambers, drumming legend Terry Bozzio, and his latest project ASAP. (RRP $24.95)

For less than the price of a cup of coffee, Drum Channel users have the ability to watch these DVDs anywhere and whenever they want, using a range of Internet-connected devices, including TVs, laptops, and smart phones with high-speed connections. Users will be able to play, pause, rewind and fast forward, just as they would an actual DVD.

To take advantage of this special offer, go to and get drumming.


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