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Philip Page has been a musician for nearly thirty years. He has been teaching for the best part of fifteen years and has taught hundreds of students. Furthermore he has recently received a distinction in the RSL Level 6 Teaching Diploma. Philip has worked with numerous artists including Chris Rea, Andy Flanagan and Mr E to name just a few. He has also appeared on multiple recordings including the pop rock band Seed’s debut single ‘Silver Lining’ and their album ‘Midnight Walking’ (AMG Records). Philip has also featured on the ‘One Hope’ album (ICC Records) as well as many other recordings. In 2012 Philip performed with Jazz Juice as part of the Olympic torch relay. More recently Philip worked with the Mouth of Ghosts who appeared on BBC Radio 6. Their debut single ‘When the Sun Sets’ was selected as one of the songs of the year by BBC Introducing. Philip also worked with Fluent in Grey and featured on their first single release ‘Lost’. Philip is currently working with the bands Discovered, as well as being Mumfudden Suns and the Ukes of Hazard He teaches in and around the London area as well as the Ash Bash Drum School in Bracknell. Philip also performs all over the U.K. Philip has also composed, scored and performed all the drum parts for a musical entitled ‘Legend’ by Edwin Pillans.
I have performed all over the UK and Europe for the past 15 years. I offer a wide variety of performance services including large shows and tours as well as theatre and session work.
Thanks to the advancements in drum replacement technology my recording service provides songwriters, producers and bands alike the opportunity to have a fully customisable drum track made to their exact specifications. I am also available for studio recording and have extensive experience with clicks, backing tracks and sequences.
I have been teaching for 15 years in both the London and Bracknell areas. I am also the author of the Drum Syllabus Tuition Series.
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