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|Born||12 April 1960|
|Occupation(s)||Drummer, musical director, composer, producer|
|Associated acts||The Europeans, Wildlife, Killing Joke, Joan Armatrading, Stevie Nicks, Robbie Williams, Tina Turner, Draco Rosa, Demi Lovato, Rod Stewart, Richard Ashcroft, Newton Faulkner|
Educated at Kelvinside Academy in Glasgow, Scotland, Dugmore started his musical career initially playing guitar. However, he became enamored with the drums upon seeing pictures Ringo Starr playing inside his Beatles records, immediately becoming impressed with the drum set equipment. He eventually traded his guitar equipment with a school friend for a drum set. At the age of 13 he started making demos and sending them to record labels, and also played in cover bands from the age of 16. Signed to the short-lived Coma Records, at age 16 he released just one recording on the label. Dugmore moved to London at the age of 18 with his band The Europeans (Steve Hogarth, Colin Woore & Fergus Harper) and signed to A&M Records. They released three albums: Vocabulary, Live and Recurring Dreams. The band achieved much critical acclaim within the industry but broke up shortly after the release of the last album.
His first major recording session after the Europeans was Joan Armatrading's Sleight of Hand. Soon Dugmore was playing on albums with many major artists from around the world including on Tina Turner's Foreign Affair, Stevie Nicks' Other Side of the Mirror, Rod Stewart's single "Downtown Train", Robbie Williams' Life through a Lens, Demi Lovato's Here we Go Again and Killing Joke's Pandemonium. He has toured constantly with many major acts worldwide and more recently has been recording with Richard Ashcroft and Newton Faulkner. In 2013, Dugmore produced the debut album for Little Eye.
To date, Dugmore has performed on 89 Top 20 albums worldwide.
Dugmore currently plays DW drums, Remo drumheads, Sabian cymbals, and also uses Vater drumsticks.
- Ronnie Lane Memorial Concert 
- 1 Giant Leap
- Damien Saez
- Robert Palmer
- Paul Rodgers
- Mike Scott
- Killing Joke
- Debbie Harry
- Climie Fisher
- Thompson Twins
- The Waterboys
- Belouis Some
- Eikichi Yazawa
- The Europeans
- Fine Young Cannibals
- Psyched Up Janis
- Jimmy Nail
- Ray Davies
- Tim Finn
- Heather Nova
- Johnny Hallyday
- CBGB’s Special with Debbie Harry, Iggy Pop, Deee-lite, Anthony Kiedis, Lou Reed
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