Tag Archives: Scott K Fish

It Was Your Passion for Drums

SKF NOTE: Briefly, many years ago, I gave individual private home drum lessons to a handful of students. Using Facebook Messenger as a portal, one of those students, Shari, recently sent me an unexpected, touching message. I remember Shari. Over … Continue reading

Posted in Revisiting My Life in Music, SKF Blog | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on It Was Your Passion for Drums

Honey Lantree – Drum Pioneer

SKF NOTE: My girlfriend’s musical tastes are predominantly “lost in the Sixties.” At home and in the car radio is most often tuned to a Sixties music satellite radio station. I often admire the ingenuity, the individuality, of Sixties rock … Continue reading

Posted in SKF Blog | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Honey Lantree – Drum Pioneer

Odie Payne, Jr. – I Like Melody

SKF NOTE: In the early 1980’s, when I set out to write what became a five-part feature series for Modern Drummer called, The History of Rock Drumming, I thought it would be mostly a cut-and-paste project. That is, I thought … Continue reading

Posted in Backgrounder Interviews, SKF Blog | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Odie Payne, Jr. – I Like Melody

Newly Released Brilliant Morello 1967

SKF NOTE: Released today, April 15, I bought The Dave Brubeck Trio – Live from Vienna 1967, and listened to the first three tracks. Brilliant playing. Alto saxophonist Paul Desmond was absent from this live date. What a difference his … Continue reading

Posted in Drum/Music News | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Newly Released Brilliant Morello 1967

Tony Williams – Modern Drummer Cover 1978

SKF NOTE – A great way for Modern Drummer to kick off it’s second year of publication, with a Tony Williams cover story.

Posted in Drum/Music News, SKF Blog | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Tony Williams – Modern Drummer Cover 1978