John Humphrey (drummer)

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Johnny "John" Stephen Humphrey
John Humphrey at Incirlik.JPG
Background information
Also known as Johnny
Born (1970-03-23) March 23, 1970 (age 44)
Origin Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Genres Post-grunge, alternative rock
Instruments Drums, cajon
Associated acts The Nixons, Seether

Johnny "John" Stephen Humphrey (born March 23, 1970) is an American musician, and currently the drummer of the post-grunge band Seether. From 1994 until 2000, Humphrey was the drummer for The Nixons. He joined Seether in 2003.

Equipment[edit]

Drums: Ludwig Classic Maple (Glass Glitter finish)

  • 16x24 bass drum
  • 10x13 rack tom
  • 14x14 floor tom
  • 16x16 floor tom
  • 16x18 floor tom
  • 6.5x14 Ludwig Black Beauty

Sabian Cymbals:

  • 18" AAXplosion fast crash
  • 10" AA splash
  • 14" AAX Stage hi-hats
  • 20" Vault V-crash
  • 21" AAX Stage ride
  • 20" AA Medium crash
  • 19" AA Holy China
  • 19" Vault Saturation crash

Hardware:

Heads:

  • Evans EC2 clear (toms) ST White Coated (Snare) EQ3 (bass drum)

Sticks:

  • Vic Firth 3A

Bands[edit]

Discography[edit]

The Nixons[edit]

Studio albums
  • Halo (1994)
  • Foma (1995)
  • The Nixons (1997)
  • Latest Thing (2000)
Live albums
  • Scrapbook (1999)

Huver[edit]

Studio albums
  • The Wheatland EP (2001)

Seether[edit]

Main article: Seether discography
Studio albums
Live albums
Compilations
Digital albums

External links[edit]