This is a blog I read pretty regularly, and it is always full of good advice and inside tips for aspiring musicians. Find it here.
Over the years I have had the opportunity to play on many projects as a session musician. I've played everything from a single suspended cymbal roll (not kidding!) to all of the drum kit and percussion parts for the entire album.
Probably my biggest piece of advice is to get comfortable with a very wide selection of styles. Know how to sound like you were born country, or rock, rap, hip hop, etc.
Oh, and remember this post? If you're going to play in the studio, get real comfy with chart reading and playing with a click.
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