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I had the opportunity to catch up with my incredibly talented friend, Luke Anderson. We cover everything from how he started playing drums, growing up in Washington State, to his current struggles and learning curves living in Charlotte, N.C.

Luke shares his heart on what it means to be a WorshipDrummer. It might be some of the best advice you can get as a new or pro drummer, and it couldn’t come from a more transparent guy than Luke.

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Here’s PART 1 of the interview: Origins, Drum Gear and Electronics

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The C&C Drum kit Luke is using in the video belongs to Jacob Arnold (Matt Redman). Find additional pics like the one below here

C & C Drum Company - Jacob Arnold

Walnut/Maple/Poplar/Maple/Walnut. 1ply maple re-rings. Maple hoops. 9×13,16×16, 16×18, 16×24.

If you want to learn the song in this video, here’s a Tutorial of Luke playing Mighty Warrior.

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What did you think of what Luke had to share? What was helpful for you, or gave you a different perspective? We’re excited to hear what’s helping you grow in the comments below!

Stay tuned, Part 2 is on its way next week!

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