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Nick Fatool January 2, 1915 - September 26, 2000
American Jazz Drummer
Between January 7, 1944 and April 23, 1958 Nick Fatool played on sessions for the following Capitol Records artists: The Capitol Jazzmen, Charles LaVere, Eddie Miller and His Orchestra, Ella Mae Morse, Johnny Mercer, Betty Hutton, Paul Weston and His Orchestra, Jo Stafford, The Pied Pipers, Peggy Lee, Dave Matthews and His Orchestra, Billy May , Freddie Slack, Dave Barbour,
Nat "King" Cole, Red Nichols and His Augmented Pennies, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Ray Anthony and His Orchestra, Bobby Hackett and His Jazz Band, Jack Teagarden, Glen Gray and His Casa Loma Orchestra, The Andrews Sisters, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Standley, Andy Griffith, and Robert Mitchum. In the 1950s and 1960s Fatool found much work on the Dixieland jazz revival circuit, playing with Pete Fountain from 1962-1965 and the Dukes of Dixieland.



Lee Finkelstein http://www.leefinkelstein.com
Lee Finkelstein has built up a reputation as one of the funkiest and most versatile drummers in New York City. Lee currently tours the world with The Original Blues Brothers Band and has played with artists as diverse as Tower of Power, Ben E. King, Donna Summer, and Bill Cosby.

Along with "driving the bus" and co-founding Funk Filharmonik. While Lee was the studio drummer for The Cosby Show(80's) he recorded with and backed up Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Nancy Wilson, Grover Washington Jr, Eric Gale, The Oregon Symphony Orchestra & Randy Brecker.



Ginger Fish September 28, 1965 http://www.gingerfish.net
Kenneth Robert Wilson (born September 28, 1965), better known by his stage name Ginger Fish, is an American drummer primarily known for playing drums for Marilyn Manson 1995-2011.

Like Marilyn Manson, which combines the names of an iconic beauty with a serial killer, his name combines those of Ginger Rogers and Albert Fish.

He is now the drummer for Rob Zombie after previously joining him on a series of warm up dates in February 2011.



Philip "Fish" Fischer
Philip "Fish" Fisher was a founding member of the pop/metal/funk/ska band Fishbone.
Fishbone was one of the feature performers on the 1993 Lollapalooza Tour. In 2000, Fish spent some time on the road with Hootie and the Blowfish as percussionist backing drummer Jim Sonefeld. Recently, Phillip has been laying down the heavy grooves on tour with Pop mega-star Justin Timberlake.



Nils "Dominator" Fjellström 1981 http://www.darkfuneral.se

Drummer for the Swedish
Death Metal Band Dark Funeral



Chuck Flores January 5, 1935
American jazz drummer. He is best known for the work he did with saxophonist Bud Shank in the 1950s, and for his two-year stint with Woody Herman, from 1954 to 1955, but also performed with such musicians as Carmen McRae, Art Pepper, Maynard Ferguson, Al Cohn, and Shelly Manne, who had been his drum teacher. Manne and others considered Flores an underrated drummer...



Justin Foley June 16, 1976 http://www.killswitchengage.com

Drummer of the metalcore band, Killswitch Engage. He is also a former member of the band Blood .



Shannon Forrest

Shannon is a top session and touring drummer from Nashville, Tennessee. His credits include Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, TOTO, Michael McDonald, Toby Keith and many of the most popular artists in the world.



Joe Franco September 27

American drummer best known for his work with the band The Good Rats in the late 1970s and later as a replacement member of Twisted Sister



Chris Frazier September 7, 1967 http://www.foreigneronline.com/chrisfrazier.html

Chris was the touring drummer with classic rock icon, Eddie Money from 2003 through 2006, then he become the drummer of Whitesnake. Before Frazier worked with Edgar Winter and Tak Matsumoto Group. Chris is currently the drummer for the iconic band Foreigner.



Ian Froman http://www.ianfroman.com

Canadian Jazzdrummer. Founded the Group Metalwood. Worked with Dave Liebman, Miroslav Vitous, Tommy Smith and Regals



Tristan Fry October 26, 1941
British drummer and percussionist. Fry began his career by joining the London Philharmonic Orchestra as a timpanist at the age of 17.

He worked as a session musician with various pop artists such as The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Olivia Newton-John, John Martyn, Elton John and David Essex, among others. Fry was percussionist on The Beatles' "A Day In The Life", contributing timpani to the song's two orchestral climaxes.

Fry is still active and could be seen playing timpani at the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011.



Chris Fryar Nov 22, 1970 http://www.chrisfryar.com

American drummer. He is a member of the Zac Brown Band, He has also worked with Oteil and the Peacemakers, Charles Neville, Victor Wooten, John Popper, Steve Bailey, David Hood, Robert Moore and the Wildcats and the blues trio Gravy.



Check out the names below in alpabetical order
If you have additional suggestions: Please send a mail to: bernhard@drummerworld.com

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
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