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1. NEW PODCAST SERIES

6/1/20: Scroll down. Newest items have the date highlighted in red. Our podcast series is back! I've been wanting to get this back up and running and we are now there. The podcasts will be posted on YouTube with the full video, and will also be available as audio-only on Apple podcast and many others. You can search Apple podcast and find us under Steve Maxwell Drums.

4/11: We have now linked to the new Fork's podcast series on You Tube as well. Episode #1 is HERE. James and Marshall will produce these on a regular basis, and we will post the links here.

Steve Jr handles the production of our podcasts, audio and video for our Chicagoland-based activites.These will vary and cover a wide range of topics and some will be longer than others. For the longer podcasts you can listen in segments. We will be having various guests over the course of time, so here is what we have planned so far, and, contact Steve Jr at maxwelldrumssteve@gmail.com if you have suggestions for future podcast topics:

PODCASTS:

FIRST EPISODE: Steve Jr interviews Steve Sr about how he got into music and some of his experiences. Here is the YouTube link: HERE.

DRUM SHOP WALK THROUGH: Steve takes you on a walking tour of the Chicago-land shop. HERE.

GREAT AMERICAN DRUM COMPANIES 1900-1970S: HERE.

Steve talks about the great independent NYC drum shops of the past: Manny's, Frank Ippolito's, Drummersworld, Joe Cusatis's Modern Drum Shop, Nodar Rode. HERE.

Steve talks at length about the Rogers drum company. HERE.

Steve Jr interviews Jason Patera, Headmaster of the Chicago Academy for the Arts, which is the nation's premier high school for the performing and visual arts. HERE.

4/30: Steve and Steve Jr discuss updates about how we are running our shops during the COVID stay at home. HERE.

STEVE'S SESSIONS:

5/13: Steve's Sessions Episode 1: The bass drum and its MANY uses: HERE

5/13: Steve's Sessions Episode 2: Using cymbals within a solo etc: HERE.

6/1: Steve's Sessions Episode 3: Finger control. HERE.

CURATED VINTAGE MUSEUM:

5/13: Installment 1 of the Curated Vintage Museum in the IL shop. This gives you a sample of what we will have here. There is MUCH more to come: HERE.

STEVE'S AUDIO SLIDESHOWS:

Steve's shares memories of Papa Jo Jones: HERE.

Steve talks about Louie Bellson: HERE. and HERE.

4/4: Steve talks about the Rogers 1967 catalog: HERE.

4/6: Steve talks about some vintage Ludwig kits, snares and players: HERE.

4/8: Steve shows you 2.5 minutes of great Craviotto kits and snares from the Craviotto "sold but not forgotten" archives. HERE.

4/11: Steve shows you some of his favorite Rogers kits, snares and rare finishes: HERE.

4/12: Steve reaches into his archives to 2004 for pics of historic kits and more from his Chicago shop: HERE.

4/13: A pictorial of some of the coolest Craviotto sets and snares from Steve's shop archives and his personal collection. HERE.

4/15: Steve talks about the great Ed Shaughnessy and shows you some pics: HERE.

4/22: The story of Papa Jo Jones's 4x14 Ludwig Black Beauty snare drum: HERE.

4/22: Steve talks about WFL Sr's personal Ludwig Black Beauty snare owned by Mike Curotto: HERE.

4/22: Steve demonstrates his 7x14 Craviotto curly maple Private Reserve snare drum along with his Rogers red sparkle 12/14/20. HERE.

4/22: Audio and pictures of a Craviotto 5.5x14 Private Reserve Cedar snare drum that is for sale: HERE.

5/6: Steve's audio/slideshow of a 40s era Slingerland Radio King 7x14 snare. HERE.

5/6: Steve's audio/slideshow of Ludwig LM402 Supraphonic 6.5x14 snare drums. Two identical drums, one tuned low and one tuned high. This gives you a great sense for the versatility of this model. And, special pricing too. HERE.

6/1: Audio/slideshow of Rogers 100% original and ultra rare Purple Diamond Pearl drum set! HERE.

6/1: Rare "lifesaver" Vistalite kit! 8" and 10" concer toms. 8x12, 9x13, 10x14, 16x16, 16x28, 14x22, 6.5x14 and matching canister throne! HERE.

6/1: Ludwig 5x14 Prototype Acrolite snare drum New Old Stock! HERE.

STEVE'S PICCOLO SNARE DRUM SERIES:

4/30: Installment one of our piccolo snare series. Craviotto 4x14 Beech. HERE.

4/30: Installment two of our piccolo snare series. Steve demonstrates a Craviotto 3x14 mahogany snare with wood hoops. HERE.

4/30: Installment three of our piccolo snare series. Steve demonstrates a Ludwig Downbeat 4x14 snare drum.

4/30: Installment four of our piccolo snare series: Steve demonstrates and discusses a Leedy & Ludwig New Era 4x14 snare. HERE.

5/13: Installment five of our piccolo snare seris: Steve demonstrates a 1957 4x14 blue sparkle Ludwig Downbeat snare with "beer tap" style strainer. HERE.

5/16: Installment six of our piccolo snare drum series: Steve demonstrates a Ludwig blue/olive badge alloy shell 3x13. HERE.

5/19: Installment seven of our piccolo snare drum series: Steve demonstrates the new DW 3.14"x14" carbon fiber "Pi" model snare drum. HERE.

COMING SOON:

- Steve will talk his favorite sets from Slingerland, Gretsch, Camco, Fibes, and more. Each in its own podcast.

IN THE PLANNING STAGES:

- Interviews with many Chicago-based performers.

- Steve talks about left hand ride patterns.

- Billy Gladstone and the 3 way tuning system he invented.

- "Tales from the Cymbal Bag" excerpts from the great book by Lennie DiMuzio.

- Highlights from issues of "The Ludwig Drummer" periodicals from the 60s through 70s.

 


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