What’s up!! My name is Daniel McCrary. I was Born and Bred in St. Louis, Missouri. I just recently graduated from Berklee College of Music with a Major in Music Business and Minor in drumset performance. My musical career dates back to before I could even speak. Ever since I was young I have been playing drums and doing music. I was Influenced by my musical family that dates back to me being in youth choir. I also began playing drums in church in elementary school. By the age of 6 I decided drums would be my primary instrument. I began to study all genres and broaden my horizon as a musician. All throughout high school I studied Jazz, Pop, R&B, soul and funk while maintaining a mild stint in choir. I also played gigs and did studio work.
After high school, I was not only accepted but received a generous scholarship to attend my dream college Berklee College of Music, the only school he applied to. I was blessed with wonderful opportunities such a playing different gigs around Boston, participating in caf shows, staring as an Extra in detroit. I accompanied Robert Glasper, and last but not least participated in a promo videos for Alesis drums that debuted to thousands of musicians at the world renown NAMM this year! I also have a passion for fashion and photography on the side.
I am now living in Atlanta concentrating on Drums, A&R, Music Production & Engineering as well as the Music Business.
You should expect a fun, dynamic lesson that will be specifically tailored to your individual needs. No 1 lesson is ever the same! Upon our first meeting, we will have a in depth conversation about your dreams, goals and aspirations and how I can help you get there. My resources are your resources and I will do everything in my power to help you become the best musician you can!
BA - Berklee College of Music
Full tuition scholarship recipient (Drums) at Berklee College of Music Paid student accompanist for Berklee brass, string,piano & voice department (2016-2019) Hired on to be an Alesis brand ambassador. Duties included shooting & brainstorming ideas Featured in various brand shoots and campaign rollouts. Print ads currently seen in Guitar Center Nationwide. Casted as a movie extra in the 2017 American period crime drama Film
Proficient in all genres of music such a Rock, Jazz, Hip-Hop, R&B, Pop and latin Sight reading, drum notation and drum chart construction Immense ability to teach drum lessons and different styles of music. Excellent experience in teaching drums to adults and children.
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