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[This post is part of a series based on a 25-minute  Conversation With Jared Henderson]

This is our third and final video post on my conversation with DBand’s drummer Jared Henderson. We’ve already learned about  serving as we play  and Jared’s given us his take on  volunteering and working at New Life Church, live vs studio drumming, and his experience working with Nashville drummer/producer  Paul Mabury.

In this video, we talk about  their new CD (Center of it All), Jared’s drum gear, we also announce a blog giveaway, and don’t miss Jared’s closing thought for all of us worshipdrummers.

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So there you have it. What are your thoughts on what Jared said about the need to separate ourselves (our identity) from what we’re doing as musicians. I think that is a word for all of us!

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  • Simon Brenton says:

    Hi there,
    greetings from New Zealand! I just found your website and watched the Jared Henderson interviews. The videos, and in fact the whole site, are so inspiring. I play drums in a medium size pentecostal church here. I can totally identify with the passion and heart you guys have for worship and serving our Awesome God through playing drums. I was also very interested in the stuff on the site about electric drums – I play a Roland TD-9 KX at Church, and I certainly identify with the good (and not-so-good points)of electric kits. Also, I’m primarily a live worship drummer (love it!!) but have done a bit (one EP) of studio work, and I certainly could identify with Jared that it’s v challenging!! My Pastor suggested I set up a video of our congregation singing to watch whilst I play in the studio – I think it definitely would have helped! Anyway, I just wanted to thank very much for this awesome website – I’m sure it will continue to inspire me and significantly help me develop my ministry! Thanks so much, keep on rockin’!!, cheers, Simon

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