Drummer E.J. Strickland was created in 1979, exactly the same twin of sibling to saxophonist Marcus Strickland. He’s perhaps one of the most often recorded drummers from the 21st hundred years, showing up on over 30 albums, including In His Time (Strick Muzik), his long-awaited debut being a head. He went to The New Globe School from the Arts (Miami) for senior high school, learning classical music in addition to jazz, where he emerged consuming luminous jazz drummers like Elvin Jones, Philly Joe Jones, Roy Haynes, Tony Williams, Jeff “Tain” W, Brian Blade, among others. In 1997, Strickland went to The New College for Social Analysis, where he examined piano, refined his skills being a composer, and examined with a number of the world’s ideal drummers: Joe Chambers, Michael Carvin, Carl Allen, Ralph Peterson, Lewis Nash, and Jimmy Cobb. His initial recordings had been on sibling Marcus’ FINALLY and Brotherhood in the first 2000s. Downbeat Newspaper defined his drumming as emitting “areas of cumulative energy, clouds of feather-touch and heavy-handed syncopations, latent with power as an oncoming surprise.” Strickland provides toured and performed with Ravi Coltrane, his sibling Marcus’ electrical/acoustic quartets and trio, Cassandra Wilson, George Colligan quartet and trio as well as the David Gilmore Trio. He also network marketing leads his own rings, the E.J. Strickland Quintet as well as the E.J. Strickland Task.
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