Who's on The Wall of Fame today

Just a couple of the many fantastic images added to the members area gallery. if you are not yet a member, what stops you? If you don't know a member to recommend you, please get in touch and we will do our best to support you. After all that is what the World Drumming Network is all about. 

Centre Stage 2013

Brilliant turnout for the Centre Stage final at the O2 Academy Leeds. Just like last year We (WDN) were there to support the event, with WDN membership to the drummers who played the final and raised so much money for Martin House Children's Hospice. The winners on the night were King No-One, but the real winners were the charity and the audience who got a superb nights entertainment.

Slave To The Beat Drum Show

WDN representatives attended the Slave To The Beat Drum Show at Fruit Space in Hull. It was a great event, well attended with a buzzing atmosphere. All ages were represented from kids to veterans, beginners to pro players. Dream Cymbals (www.dreamcymbals.com) supported the show and really showed what a grate product range they have. The 18" Crash Ride was our favourite. With just that one cymbal and a pair of Dream Bliss hats, you could do a great gig. This has now become an annual event and a must for your calender.

UK Centre Stage Final 2012

Some great pictures from the UK Centre Stage Final, with the Drummers being awarded their World Drumming Network Certificates, from WDN Tutor and Session Drummer; 

Isaac Heywood from WDN Recommended Academy "Rock School UK"

 The event was a brilliant success; over 1300 people turned up, £25000.00 raised for Martin House Children's Hospice and the bands played their harts out. The winning band Glassbody will now have a professional video made by Shot By Sodium, a consultation and support from Define Creative, £1000.00 to spend on music equipment from John Hornby Skews & Co Ltd and they will be playing the BBC Introducing Stages at Leeds & Reading Festival. Thank you to Ed Fielding, Shot by Sodium and Rock School UK for these pictures. Also a big thank you to SONOR Drums for supporting the WDA in this event.

WDN Member Darren Squires, commissioned to compose a rhythm for the arrival of the Olympic Torch 

The rhythm was then taught to the crowds who lined the streets to welcome the torch by Darren and his workshop facilitators. When the torch arrived at The Deep Submarium, the beat was played under water. 

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