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Examples of "kenny_aronoff"
In February 2014 drummer Kenny Aronoff stepped in for a few dates for Todd Sucherman, who was off spending time with his wife Taylor as they celebrated the birth of their new daughter.
As his reputation grew, Gary became a respected teacher, with drummers searching out his expertise and demanding techniques. His drumming systems have been used and endorsed by drummers such as Kenny Aronoff, and Danny Gottlieb.
Kenny Aronoff, Bill Bottrell, Dane Clark, Dorothy, Emily Goethals, Glenn Hicks, John Hicks, Demian Hostetter, Mark Maher, Paul Mahern, Miamo-Tutti, Allana Redecki, Craig Ross, Josh Silbert, Jake Smith, John Strohm, Thor, Wyndham Wallace. (Individual credits were not listed.)
According to Satriani, it is likely that Kenny Aronoff will take over the drumming duties from Smith for the tour promoting the second album, due to the latter's commitments with Red Hot Chili Peppers. This was confirmed on August 27.
The band have recently finished a 10 date Road test tour with Kenny Aronoff, 5 dates in the US, and 5 in Europe. They have also recently performed "Different Devil" on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
In 1989, Jackson got a call from drummer Kenny Aronoff to join him and tour playing guitar and keyboards with the original “Jefferson Airplane” (Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Paul Kantner, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady) on their U.S. reunion tour.
The recording of "Lonely Ol' Night" occurred on April 9, 1985, according to the "Scarecrow" liner notes. The song was recorded at Belmont Mall in Belmont, Indiana, was produced by Mellencamp (under the alias "Little Bastard") and Don Gehman, engineered by Gehman and Greg Edward. Backing Mellencamp were Kenny Aronoff (drums), Toby Myers (bass), Larry Crane (guitar), and Mike Wanchic (guitar, background vocals).
In 2009, it was announced that Ford had "an advanced bone loss medical condition resulting in severe blood infections". A benefit show was held on September 26 at The Roxy, with participation by Duff McKagan, Dave Navarro, Scott Shriner, Dave Kushner, Chris Chaney, Greg Dulli, Billy Morrison, Kenny Aronoff, Wayne Kramer, Donovan Leitch and Steve-O.
Being based in Los Angeles, Bombastic Meatbats regularly perform at Don Randi's jazz club, the Baked Potato. Depending upon Chad Smith's touring schedule, the Bombastic Meatbats have dubbed both Kenny Aronoff and Matt Sorum honorary Meatbats, as they have subbed for Chad at various shows on the drums.
Walker was replaced by John Mellencamp's drummer, Kenny Aronoff, for the Pumpkins "Adore" tour. Walker did, however, play with the Pumpkins again at their last show before their first break up, on December 2, 2000. He played percussion on an alternate version of the song "Muzzle" and drums on "1979", while the original drummer Jimmy Chamberlin played acoustic guitar.
On April 15, 2011, a debut album was released which featured Rossi as lead vocals under the band named Switchblade Glory. The album was engineered and co-produced by Andy Johns. The band features Kenny Aronoff on drums, Steve Polin on guitar and Greg Mauro on bass. Producers are Gary Hoey and Steve Polin. Lyrics and melodies by Rossi.
As an undergraduate at Indiana University School of Music, he studied with drummer Kenny Aronoff. At 19 years old, Dupke played percussion in John Mellencamp's band alongside Kenny for a short time in 1993, performing on the MTV "Human Wheels" special, The Arsenio Hall Show, and the music video for "When Jesus Left Birmingham".
Rumble Doll is the debut full-length album from singer-songwriter Patti Scialfa. It features twelve tracks, eleven of which she wrote herself. It also features a number of guest stars in production and playing roles, namely Mike Campbell and Bruce Springsteen, as well as; Kenny Aronoff, Jim Keltner, Nils Lofgren, Jeff Porcaro and Benmont Tench.
The album features notable musicians including Neil Tennant (Pet Shop Boys), Bruce Hornsby, Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel), Carlos Alomar (David Bowie), Joey Waronker (Beck), Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp), Ronnie Vannucci, Jr. (The Killers), Angel Deradoorian (Dirty Projectors), and Danielle Haim (Haim).
Fused is a solo album by Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi, released in 2005. The album also features vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes (who briefly fronted Black Sabbath in the mid-80s, assuming vocal duties on the album "Seventh Star" - an album that was originally intended to be Iommi's first solo album) and drummer Kenny Aronoff.
In November 2005 Joe Firstman became the official house band leader for "Last Call." Notable members of his band include Kamasi Washington, Thundercat (musician), Kenny Aronoff, Mike Miley (Rival Sons), Brian Wright (musician), Zane Musa, Zane Carney, Mark Bryan, Marc Ford, and Ryan Porter. Firstman wrote the majority of the material the band performed.
The song was recorded at Belmont Mall in Belmont, Indiana. The recording was produced by Mellencamp (under the alias "Little Bastard") and Don Gehman, engineered by Gehman and Greg Edward; backing Mellencamp on the recording were Kenny Aronoff (drums), Toby Myers (bass), Mike Wanchic (guitars, background vocals), Larry Crane (guitars, flutophone), John Cascella (keyboards), and Sarah Flint (background vocals).
Most tracks on "Geek the Girl" were originally recorded at Lisa Germano's home, giving the album an intimate and demo-like feel. Initially, she played all of the instruments on the record, but she then chose to re-mix four of the tracks with the help of Malcolm Burn, and added Kenny Aronoff on drums.
Paolo Preite (born 1985) is an Italian singer-songwriter. He was born in 1985 in Frascati and began with composing of music at age of fifteen. His debut album "Don't Stop Dreaming" was produced by Fernando Saunders and featured drummer Kenny Aronoff among others. It was recorded in various studios in Ostrava, Los Angeles and Rome.
The song was recorded at Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida, was produced by Mellencamp and Don Gehman (with Gehman also engineering), and backing Mellencamp were guitarists/backing vocalists Mick Ronson, Mike Wanchic, Larry Crane, drummer Kenny Aronoff, bassist/backing vocalist Robert Frank, and keyboardist Eric Rosser.