Casey Scheuerell

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Casey Scheuerell
Background information
Birth name Casey Scheuerell
Genres Jazz, rock, fusion, new-age
Instruments Drum set

Casey Scheuerell is an American jazz, rock and new-age drummer and percussionist.

Following world tours with pop artist Gino Vannelli (1976–77) and jazz violinist Jean-Luc Ponty (1978–80) Casey worked in the Los Angeles studio scene for the ensuing 13 years.During this time he recorded and performed with many of the top names in the music industry including: Chaka Khan, Melissa Manchester, Andy Gibbs, Dusty Springfield, Robben Ford, Walter Afanasieff (producer to Whitney Houston, Kenny G, Michael Bolton), Ben Vereen, Suzanne Summers, Russell Ferante, John Scofield, Patrice Rushen, Jimmy Haslip, Gary Willis, [[Scott Henderson]], Bob Sheppard, Jeff Richman, Mason Daring, Abe Laboriel, Nathan East, Steve Khan, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Arif Mardin, Kitaro, Larry Klien, Louis Conte, Pedro Aznar, Charly Garcia, and Brenda Russell.



Drum Method[edit]

  • Stickings And Orchestrations For Drum Set (Casey Scheuerell)


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