Have you ever listened to Mark Guiliana with Beat Music or Avishai Cohen, Nate Wood with Kneebody, or Eric Harland with...any of his bands, and thought, "I wish I could do that?"
Nate Smith, aka The 80/20 Drummer, wants you to know it's not as hard as you think, but there are secrets great players know that beginners don't.
Together with Teriver Cheung, one of the best young guitarists in Hong Kong, he'll be demonstrating the real secrets of great jazz ensemble playing. How to make a group sound tight. How to create energy and excitement. How to play as a band, not just a collection of individuals.
Nate is a drummer, but this workshop will be helpful for anyone who's serious about jazz playing, especially rhythm section players.
The event is Tuesday, October 13, from 7-9pm.
Nate is offering tickets only over the internet, and if you buy through this link, he'll send you his video series on the real way to get better at jazz playing completely free. Seating is limited, so you'll want to act quickly if you want to make sure you get a spot.