Drummer Anton Fig enjoyed a nightly dosage of popularity on NBC-TV’s popular NIGHT TIME With David Letterman. He was an integral part of the show’s studio room music group led by Paul Schaffer. Fig began playing drums at age group four. Later on he analyzed at Boston’s New Britain Conservatory of Music graduating with honors in 1975. In 1976 he relocated to NY to become freelance musician. A decade later, he became a member of Letterman’s late-night music group. Fig has made an appearance on recordings by Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Kiss, Madonna, Gary Moore, Spider, Ace Frehley, Joan Armatrading, and Paul Butterfield. On stage he’s supported Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, and Stevie Question. He performed with Booker T & the $MG’s for Bob Dylan’s 30th Anniversary concert special event. When Letterman relocated his late-night chat display in the past due ’90s to CBS where it became The Past due Display With David Letterman, Fig adopted. While being truly a person in the CBS Orchestra (as the Schaffer-led music group was now known as), he still discovered time to back again a slew of performers including Kilometers Davis, James Dark brown, Stevie Winwood, and Tony Bennett. Fig, still an-indemand program drummer, made an appearance on various tasks including his personal drum instructional video and publication units: In the Groove features the Paul Shaffer Music group, the Ace Frehley Music group, Blondie Chaplin, previous Letterman bassist Can Lee, Sid McGinnis, and a “TOP List” from David Letterman. NIGHT TIME Drumming can be an edited edition of …Groove; both had been released by Warner Bros. Posting.