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West L.A. Music is presenting the World's Fastest Drummer 2 on January 22, 2002. This event will be held in conjunction with the WFD, a Guinness Book Sanctioned company. The World's Fastest Drummer 2 will be televised for XSTV, a regular Extreme Sports Show on Fox, and it is expected to get at least 3, 6 minutes segments for next year's programming, not including re-runs. The show will air into some 17 million homes first run then 47 million in syndication.

Visit West L.A. Music (in West Los Angeles) and try out for the World's Fastest Drummer competition. Compete in single stroke rolls for hands and/or feet. The top 10 fastest times in each category will advance to the televised finals on Fox TV.

Learn from the World's fastest!

This event/clinic will start with the fastest feet competition. Next, audience members will learn groove and speed techniques demonstrated by Art Verdi, (World's Fastest Drummer), Tim Waterson (World's Fastest Feet), Johnny Rabb and Zoro. The event will then conclude with the fastest hand competition.

Enter to Win $1,000's in Prizes:

  • DW 4x14 Collector's Copper Snare
  • Mapex BR3355 Brass Piccolo Snare
  • 2 Pearl Chad Smit Signature Snare Drums
  • Remo Snare Head Pro Pack & Power Pro Pack
  • 150 Pair of Pro Mark custom drum stick with winner's signature
  • Finalists receive a stick bag and t-shirt from Promark.

This year's event will be held at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA, in a theater facility that will hold about 500 people.

To enter the competition, visit West L.A. Music. To attend the finals or for more info call 310-477-5432 x168 or visit westlamusic.com for online registration. This event is FREE and all ages are welcome.

The finals take place on:

Tuesday, January 22, 2002
7:00pm to 10:00pm
Musicians Institute (MI)
1655 McCadden Place
Hollywood, CA 90028

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