Steve Hart is a good friend of the shop, we have enjoyed many jam sessions together. He is a bass, tuba and drum set player. In this podcast we get into many subjects including agriculture, a little different than usual but we hope you will enjoy it all the same!
This was recorded on the day our last jam session pre covid 19. We had a great time and hope you will enjoy Steve Jr and Charles reminiscing about the early 2000s. Charles is a fantastic creative musician, it is definitely worth checking out his work!
This episode is dedicated to legendary jazz trumpeter Wallace Roney - 1960 - 2020, He was an inspiration to all of us and will be missed. Also on this podcast pianist Oscar Williams II and bass player Paul Kufari.
Here we have the first Steve's sessions where Steve Maxwell Sr. can share some insight with everyone. These are a separate part of our podcast series that includes playing, so you can check it out on Youtube also. We hope you enjoy it!
This is an overview of the big drum manufacturers in the US from between 1900 to 1975. This was a time of great innovation, when some really fine instruments were made. More to come that will focus on each manufacturer individually. We hope you enjoy and can get something out of it!
Steve chats with long-time artist representative Lennie DiMuzio about his days with the Zildjian and Sabian cymbal companies, working with artists like Buddy Rich, Papa Jo Jones, Barrett Deems, and many others. Recorded 10/25/14 at the Meet The Masters event at our NY location.Duration: 11m 12s
In this podcast Steve shares his memories of Frank's Drum Shop, the Chicago based shop owned by Maury Lishon. Frank's was one of the finest independent shops in the nation, and Steve tells you what it was like to experience this wonderful, magical place. Let us know how you like this podcast and also what other topics you'd like Steve to cover. Contact Steve directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
In this podcast I provide some information on the import sets that we started to see with frequency back in the 60s. I'm not an expert on the imports but I can give you some guidance as to the type of sets that are worth considering and which ones to avoid. Since quality was not a driving factor on those first import kits it's good to have some information. Thanks! SteveContact Steve at email@example.com and be sure to visit us on the web at www.maxwelldrums.com
In this podcast I talk about Bob Zildjian, who was not only an incredible influence on me, he was also a wonderful person. And, I ALMOST missed my chance to get to know him. So, take it from me: If you have a chance to cross paths with someone you hold in high regard, don't pass it up. You never know if you'll have another chance. I was lucky. Enjoy. Contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to visit us on the web at www.maxwelldrums.com Thanks! Steve
Steve talks about the people who influenced him and educated him about vintage drums. This episode focuses on Charlie Donnelly, who was truly "THE guy" when it came to vintage drums.Please email Steve at email@example.com and let him know how you like our podcasts and also let us know what you'd like to hear in the future. Visit us on the web at www.maxwelldrums.com
Steve Maxwell gives you an overview of the great vintage Ludwig drums from the 50s into the 70s. Let us know how you like our podcasts! Contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to visit us on the web at www.maxwelldrums.com
Steve uses the audio track from his Vintage Videos series to discuss the great Gretsch drums from the highly coveted round badge era. Let us know how you like our podcasts. Leave a comment here or contact Steve at email@example.com.Also, see us on the web at www.maxwelldrums.com