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Bunty Berman Presents - Adam Wolfe

Adam Wolfe's setup for the Off Broadway production of Bunty Berman Presents at The Acorn Theatre in New York City.

Adam Wolfe's setup for the Off Broadway production of Bunty Berman Presents at The Acorn Theatre in New York City.Adam Wolfe's setup for the Off Broadway production of Bunty Berman Presents at The Acorn Theatre in New York City.Adam Wolfe's setup for the Off Broadway production of Bunty Berman Presents at The Acorn Theatre in New York City.Adam Wolfe's setup for the Off Broadway production of Bunty Berman Presents at The Acorn Theatre in New York City.Adam Wolfe's setup for the Off Broadway production of Bunty Berman Presents at The Acorn Theatre in New York City.

“My book for Bunty Berman Presents is very straight ahead. The concept for the show is sort of Singin' in the Rain meets Bollywood, so I’ve got a very traditional kind of drum set, flanked by an electronic pad and the (mostly) usual toys.

I’m using an old set of Slingerland’s from the mid 70’s (13” Small Tom, 16” Floor Tom, and 20” Bass Drum) and a chrome-over-brass ‘Big R’-era Rogers Dynasonic snare drum with Remo Vintage A’s on the snare and toms and a Remo Coated Powerstroke 4 on the kick.

With such a small amount of space, I found it necessary to build up quite a bit, hence the wall of cymbals and toys on my right hand side. The triangle is used for only one solitary note in the opening number of the show and then never again. Of course, this note happens in the middle of bright two-beat playing, so the Miller Machine is, as always, indispensable."

Bunty Berman Presents - Off Broadway - Adam Wolfe
May 2013

Adam Wolfe's setup for the Off Broadway production of Bunty Berman Presents at The Acorn Theatre in New York City.

Sal Mazzotta's setup for The Tattooed Lady at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Brian Kilgore's percussion setup for the International Tour of Pippin at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, California.
Ethan Deppe’s setup for The Little Mermaid at the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
"After a week or two of rehearsals there is usually a performance or two of the show for an invited audience. Sometimes these performances can be intense if there are important people in the room, or if certain sections of the show feel under prepared. This is why it’s so important to know the score and script very well."
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"The unique part of Groundhog Day was that the drummer had to play on stage, in a groundhog costume, wearing a giant groundhog head. Since I could barely see out of the head, it was impossible to read a chart (and there wasn’t a music stand), so it had to be memorized."
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"If you are passionate, driven, feel you have a calling, a burning desire to play, practice, perform, and record music that you can share with the world, then choosing to be a professional musician here will make you a fulfilled and happy person. You’ll meet the most amazing people on stage, in the rehearsal room and in the audience."
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Steve Gadd's drum solo from the track "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours". From the album Live Stuff (out of print) from the legendary 1970's New York based band Stuff.
Robbie Ameen's drum solo from the track "Spring Fling".

Gene Krupa's drum solo from "Gene's Blues" from the album Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich released November 1955.

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