MP3 Drum Brothers - Remember
High energy world percussion music: West African djembe and dounoun drums, Australian didgeridoo, Middle Eastern frame drums, ethnic flutes, harmony vocals, and acoustic guitar, a fusion of sounds and styles from around the globe
14 MP3 Songs
WORLD: World Fusion, WORLD: World Traditions
Drum Brothers present high energy performances that celebrate a diverse mix of world instruments and sounds: West African drums, Middle Eastern frame drums, Australian didgeridoo, close harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, flute, and original arrangements and compositions. They are currently celebrating 10 years of performing throughout the Northwest and in Canada at festivals, performing arts series, school assemblies, dance events, and private celebrations.
Since the early 90s, Drum Brothers have been presenting classes and drum circles for all ages, celebrating the rhythms of life and the joy of community music-making. Over the years, they have brought World rhythm and drumming into schools and educational centers for children and adults, they have drummed with trouble youth, disabled people, bereaved children, and cancer survivors, and they have sparked many ongoing community rhythm circles in cities around the Northwest and in Canada.
Drum Brothers began performing together as a musical group on New Year''s Eve 1994 as a part of Missoula''s inaugural First Night celebration. The early group consisted of Matthew, Michael and David Marsolek, and Casey Alexander.
The band soon developed a following in Western Montana and released their debut CD, Power of Rhythm, in early 1997. In mid 1997, David and Casey left the band to follow other interests (David continues to manage the drum-making shop in Arlee Montana).
Multi-instrumentalist Lawrence Duncan, joined the band in June, 1997. Nathan Zavalney, who first connected with Drum Brothers as Matthew''s student, followed in November.
Their most recent release, Remember, features some of their favorite live performance material and 3 cuts with guest artist Abdoul Doumbia from Mali, West Africa.
Satsang Music is an independent label and artist management company which promotes Drum Brothers and Mandir and the various projects of its members, including: The Bhakti Road with Matthew Marsolek and friends and A Musical Dreamtime Journey with Lawrence Duncan and Michael Marsolek.
For more information about Drum Brothers and other Satsang Music artists, visit https://www.tradebit.com