Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Stew Nod, Jul 24, 2015.
Is that a thing? I just noticed, that I listened to two songs in a row, that had two drummers
BTW I'm listening to the second song and second time
If you had Neil Pert of Carter Beauford you wouldn't need two drummers.
Yeah, but you would need a better songwriter.
sick ass show
The dudes on the tonight show have two drummers. I think the doobie brothers always had two drummers too.
Grateful Dead is the only band that properly pulled it off.
Love pearts lyrics
Saw this band called "3" that opened up for Coheed and Cambria, they also used 2 drummers.
I've seen a number of bands over the years that used two drummers. It's for sure a thing.
38 special had 2 drummers
So, I guess it's safe to say the Dead and Allman bros started it?
ZARD (Izumi Sakai)
King Crimson, 1972-1973, 1994-1997 and 2008
Grateful Dead, 1967-1971, 1974-1995
The Allman Brothers Band
Gorillaz 2010 Tour
The Doobie Brothers
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
Adam and the Ants
Angels of Light
Do Make Say Think
Pink Floyd, The Wall Tour
The Fall 1981-1984, 1993-1997 (occasional), 2014-
Levon Helm during the '80s
Fugazi beginning in the early 2000s
The Party Boys
Butthole Surfers 1983-1985, 1986-1989, 2009
Course of Empire
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds since 1994
Tedeschi Trucks Band
The Go! Team
Cult of Luna
Ministry during tourings 1989-1990
Taraf de Haïdouks, a Romanian band
Apollo 440 stop the rock
Ringo Starr's All Starr Band
Demetrius Williams and Malachi Burgess, double drummers for DPB Band and with Brian Haas of JFJO and others
pavement was good with two drummers.
one was proficient the other one was a goon. it worked well for them