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30 Richest Drummers in the World

From: KSLU
Series: Rock School
Length: 59:01

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Drummers can be rich too! Even though drummers don't get the same attention as the singers and guitarists, there are still many ways drummers can make millions (some even hundreds of millions). Read the full description.

Rs_logo_small Just because you can't as easily put a face to a drummer of a band than, say, the singer, it does not mean they don't get a cut of the money. We'll go from the obvious Ringo Star to drummers you wouldn't have guessed like Steven Adler. All this, and how they make so much money on this week's Rock School!

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Just because you can't as easily put a face to a drummer of a band than, say, the singer, it does not mean they don't get a cut of the money. We'll go from the obvious Ringo Star to drummers you wouldn't have guessed like Steven Adler. All this, and how they make so much money on this week's Rock School!

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Tusk Fleetwood Mac Tusk. Warner Bros. 1979 03:30
Music Never Stopped Grateful Dead Blues For Allah. Rhino 1975 05:28
Born To Be My Baby Bon Jovi New Jersey. Polydor 1988 04:40
Waiting for the Worms Pink Floyd The Wall. EMI Music Distribution 1979 04:14
I Miss You blink-182 blink-182. Geffen / Interscope 2003 03:47
Stone Cold Crazy Queen Sheer Heart Attack. Island UK / Universal Music Group 1974 02:16
Turn It On Again Genesis A Trick of the Tail. Disk Union 1976 03:52
Octopus's Garden The Beatles Abbey Road. Capitol 1969 02:49

Additional Credits

Chad P.

Related Website

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