Justin Timberlake's Drummer Interviewed By AIMM

February 21, 2019
Download as PDF Single Release RSS Feed
Facebook Twitter Google Digg Reddit LinkedIn Email

The Atlanta Institute of Music in Duluth, Georgia has announced that they recently held a Brian Frasier-Moore interview, drummer for Justin Timberlake. Frasier-Moore has a number of stars in his portfolio, including Madonna, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera and many more.

Brian Frasier-Moore was born in Philadelphia and has been a drummer for more than 25 years. Nite Driscoll, a representative for AIMM says, “It was truly an honor to interview Brian. We hope that his story will help to motivate drummers all over the world.”

The interview clinic is available on the official website for the Atlanta Institute of Music. Those who are interested can watch the interview video or scroll below it to read through the entire transcript where Frasier-Moore talks about his roots, growing up in Philadelphia, and his mother buying him his first set of drums when he was a child.

During the interview, Frasier-Moore discusses his very first tour and how he has remained relevant in the industry for a quarter of a century. The interview was done by the school to help drummers in their drummer program to learn more about how a professional drummer lives, what is important to him and how he has grown over the years through his tours with a number of big names in the music industry.

“We want those who are interested to learn more about our drum program and where it can take them,” says Driscoll. “This interview was phenomenal because we got to speak with Brian about his career and also about his motivation and what keeps him going. It’s a must for anyone who is serious about drumming.”

Driscoll says that the institute’s Drum Certificate Program allows drummers to graduate with all of the skills that they need to pursue a successful career in the music industry. The program includes a thorough comprehension of music structure, as well as different performance styles and an introduction into the business side of the music industry.

He continues to add that the school believes that educated musicians make the biggest impact in the industry. Their Drum Program includes courses that cover music theory as well as music performance, two things that Driscoll state are crucial for anyone who wants to enjoy a successful career in the industry.

Steve Freeman founded the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media in 1985. The school’s mission statement was revised in 1993 by the governing board in order to better define the instruction that is offered through their various courses. Current President, Nite Driscoll, revised the mission statement further in 1997 to offer a clearer explanation of the overall purpose of the school and the courses that they offer. Driscoll says that today, AIMM has a goal of instructing and helping to develop the talent and knowledge of each student in order to prepare them for a successful music career in a number of capacities. The school expanded its course offerings in 2008 to include a recording arts program of study, as well.

AIMM provides non-beginning students with instrument instruction and courses that are necessary to develop their talents and skills to reach higher levels of success. Driscoll says that they regularly interview musical talents in the industry to help students to realize that musical talent comes from all walks of life. Their interview with Frasier-Moore outlines his career and his successes, giving students motivation to reach their own levels of success. Driscoll says that they highly recommend that any student who is considering a musical career, particularly those who are considering drumming careers, watch the video or read through the interview transcript to better understand the personal side of a professional music career.

Those who are interested can watch the interview online or contact the school directly to learn more about any of the programs that they currently offer. Information about each course is offered on the website, as well as payment and financial aid information.



SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]

Download as PDF Single Release RSS Feed
Facebook Twitter Google Digg Reddit LinkedIn Email

About Atlanta Institute of Music and Media:

Atlanta Institute of Music and Media has a uniquely effective approach to vocational training for musicians, production, and audio engineering students.

Contact Atlanta Institute of Music and Media:

Nite Driscoll
2875 Breckinridge Blvd #700,
Duluth, Georgia 30096
(770) 242-7717

Social Media:

Additional News Releases From Atlanta Institute of Music and Media:

April 30, 2019Blog Post On Top DAW Software For Beginner Audio Producers Released

March 12, 2019Atlanta Institute of Music and Media Publishes Article ‘4 Things To Do Before Your Next Music Project’

January 22, 2019Atlanta Institute Of Music And Media Gives Students 10 Tips For A Successful Studio Career

December 04, 2018AIMM Lists The Best Holiday Gift Guide For Musicians

Website Preview: