PMT and Yamaha are bringing one of the UK's top drummers, Steve White, to visit selected PMT stores in June for a series of drum clinics. Get your tickets now!
Yamaha Music is immensely proud and delighted to announce its debut clinic tour with Steve White, renowned as one of the greatest and most influential British drummers of his generation. White will be visiting PMT Leeds, South & City College Birmingham, East London and Cardiff for drum clinic events.
This is a do-not miss opportunity for drummers of all ages and abilities, and for anyone interested in learning to play drums to experience an explosive and informative performance by one of the world’s greatest drummers and hear the phenomenal sound of Yamaha Drums, described by Steve White as “beautifully made and a joy to play”.
About Steve White
Since turning professional at the age of 17, Steve White has remained at the pinnacle of his profession for over 30 years, playing with legendary artists including Paul Weller, The Who, Jon Lord, Ian Dury and La Roux, and currently plays drums in the highly acclaimed ‘Family Silver’.
Steve entered into a long-term relationship with Yamaha Drums last year, who together designed a ground-breaking and far-reaching plan to not only reach out to existing and aspiring drummers, but also offer the benefit of Steve’s educational expertise and guidance to drum teachers.
Yamaha’s Drum Product Marketing Manager, Gavin Thomas, said: “It has been fantastic working with Steve and to see at first hand his passion and drive for the UK drumming community. Without doubt these sessions will be great fun, informative and importantly should leave you inspired. We are very proud to be working with Steve White and of course our dedicated network of dealers who would love to see you at these events."
Steve White Clinic Tour Dates & Tickets
Tickets are £10 can be bought in PMT Stores, over the phone or online.
Steve White at PMT Cardiff
Date & Time: Tuesday 14th June, 6:30pm.
Address: 52-54 St Mary Street, Cardiff, CF10 1FE. View store details.
Tickets: £10 each - buy here.