Terl Bryant

December 4, 2009 by

Terl Bryant signs with Mapex

weeksweeksweeks™ love drums. weeksweeksweeks™ loves a great drummer!  Drums are the negotiator… the intensitya and style, the drummer bringing a unique flavour and colour, a musical history, language and a story which is so vital in the sound and presentation of the beats they make. Terl in is the middle of an incredible career, past present and future – we love to work with him and are constantly blown away by the ability and love he brings to each of our sessions!

MAPEX ARTIST FEATURE

At a recent session for Finnish artist Nina Astrom we used his new set, loved the sound .. picture by weeksweeksweeks™!

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Read the full article and check out Mapex Drums at: www.mapex.co.uk/artists/terl-bryant

Terl Bryant is a highly credited drummer and percussionist who has worked with a diverse range of artists that include John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin), Faith Hill, Roddy Frame (Aztec Camera), Maddy Prior, Steve Taylor, Iona, The Honeyz, Martin Smith (Delirious?), Steeleye Span, Lesley Garrett, and extensively with Steve Levine throughout the 90s. Matt Redman (Grammy Award Winner), Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick and with Eden’s Bridge on EMI’s most successful celtic series. Terl founded Psalm Drummers (psalmdrummers.org) an International network formed in 1995 that gathers drummer teams for numerous events each year. Terls current projects include Red Drum (red-drum.info) an all drummer line-up that features other well known players such as Jerry Brown, Ed Freitas and Harry Hands Morgan.

Terl’s credits include the Guinness World Record for longest ever drum roll and the UK Worlds Fastest Drummer award (2006), which he performed live on the Richard and Judy show

Recent studio sessions include work with Stefano Ianne (www.ianne.org/) Pure Assassins (pureassassins.com) and producers WeeksWeeksWeeks.com

CONTACT TERl

Website: Terlbryant.com
Contact: info@terlbryant.com
Booking: booking@terlbryant.com


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