Drummers: win a personal masterclass with Steve White
British drumming legend Steve White has teamed up with Yamaha to make one of his brand new tracks available for you to download free of charge and enjoy drumming along to.
Check out the video below of Steve playing along, then download the same track and show us what you can do.
Maybe you want to play along with Steve (the drum score is also available) or draw inspiration from his performance and do your own thing.
The track ‘Running’ by Haugue and White is available to download as a drumless track (with Click) and Steve has set a challenge for drummers to record themselves and send it in with the chance of winning some great prizes.
STEVE WHITE: A BRITISH DRUMMING LEGEND
Universally acclaimed for his four decades of work with Paul Weller, Steve combines a dynamic and muscular technique with jazz-inflected nuance and subtlety to create a signature style that’s instantly recognisable and admired throughout the drumming world.
And Steve isn’t just a great player, he’s also one of the great ambassadors for his art, generously sharing his time and expertise freely with other players and always passionate about helping and inspiring a new generation of drummers.
Win a Steve White masterclass and more great prizes
One lucky winner will enjoy a one-on-one, personal masterclass with Steve, this is a unique opportunity to meet, discuss and get hints and tips on your playing from one of the country’s top drummers.
It doesn’t stop there, the chosen winner will also get a Yamaha Recording Custom snare drum, personally signed by Steve, and an EAD10 Electronic Acoustic Drum Module.
- One-on-one, personal masterclass with Steve White
- Signed Yamaha Recording Custom Brass Snare Drum.
- Yamaha EAD-10 Electronic Acoustic Drum Module.
How to enter
Upload a video of you playing along with all or a part of the track, and you could win a one-on-one masterclass with Steve, a signed Recording Custom snare drum or other great prizes from Yamaha.
Deadline for entries is 22 February 2021. Steve will be judging every entry, with the winner being announced on 28 February.
*Competition open to UK residents aged 18 and over.