$29.95 + S/H

 

Bonus Features Include:

  • Exclusive interviews with Victor Wooten & Ken Reynolds
  • Clips of Derico playing live with Jeff Coffin & the M'utet
  • Getting endorsements
  • Networking
  • Reading music
  • Rudimental rant
  • Tour of Derico's Drum Kit
  • Full Kit Exercise
  • Bonus Song - "Digital Apples"

 




 

A Drum Clinic & Studio Performance on DVD

The Victor Wooten Band's Derico Watson shares his thougts and experiences with drummers interested in thriving in today's Music Industry. Topics included are Time, Rudiments, Bass Drum Technique, Practicing, and playing with other Musicians. Shot in full HD, Derico also performs a variety of musical compositions and an extended drum solo live in the studio. Bonus footage and interviews are also included. This is a must have for beginners through advanced players who want to go to the next level on their journey!

Derico Watson has performed and/or recorded with such artists as Victor Wooten, SMV (Stanley Clarke, Marcus Miller & Victor Wooten), George Duke, Michael McDonald, Larry Carlton, Jeff Coffin, Prassana & Ken Reynolds.

Please take a moment and view the ever growing list of those that Derico would like to thank for their support

 


 

What they're saying about Derico:


"When it comes to drummers who are also complete musicians, Derico Watson is at the top of the list"
~ Victor Wooten, Béla Fleck & the Flecktones, The Victor Wooten Band

"Derico Watson is one of the great drummers of our time. He can play anything at any timeand there is always a dedication to serve the music. He is absolutely a complete musician." ~ Jeff Coffin, The Dave Mathews Band

"Aside from Derico playing exquisite drum parts, whether the music is complicated or simple, he also happens to be one of the most professional musicians that I know and this is so important in a band environment." ~ Stanley Clarke, SMV

"I've had the enjoyment and blessing to play with one of the most naturally gifted artists who not surprisingly is a great friend as well. Thank you Derico!" ~ Felix Pastorius, Yellowjackets