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Tuesday, June 10, 2008 - 8:00 AM

Clutch - part I - live

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Jean Paul Gaster

Gaster

Jean Paul Gaster

Band:

Clutch, The Bakerton Group, King Hobo

Drumming since:

1986

With MEINL since:

2003

Birthday:

June 18, 1971

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6 responses to "Clutch - part I - live"

Jose Morales posted on Jul 17, 2008 - 20:47 PM

One of the best drummers out there...been following JP and Clutch for the last 15 years. You rock man..

erin posted on Jul 17, 2008 - 21:25 PM

always a pleasure to watch JP live in action! and what a nice guy, too!

=^..^=

El Torro Gamble posted on Jul 17, 2008 - 22:45 PM

It's really a cool thing to have friends like JP.
We recently hung at a show and much like not seeing a friends kid for a year or so,you can really see how much they have grown in that year.

Listening to the Cymbals from behind the kit is one thing.Being out front you get a different perspective.
I realized how warm and complimentary the Meinl's were to what the JP is doing.They just fit like an old pair of underwear!!..

You Rock Dude.See ya when ya get home!

Scarecrow Wallace posted on Jul 18, 2008 - 9:08 AM

Always a pleasure to witness. Come back to Oz soon!

Richard Jones posted on Dec 30, 2008 - 23:40 PM

Seen him perform last night with Cluth in DC. He's an amazing drummer. He has a great sense of timing and mood for the music. The solos were amazing as well. Great drummer, great kit, great sound.

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