The first time I ever played the drums was when I was 11 years old, at my father’s house.
I was playing for a drum ensemble, and my dad came out and played a couple of songs and then I played the drum solo.
At that time, I had never been interested in music, but as a child I loved playing drums.
I wanted to play, and I wanted people to know that I was good at it.
I never wanted to stop, but at that time I was very insecure and was very scared of it.
At one point I was in a car accident, and that was the first time my dad called me and said, “Oh, I can’t believe I let you die!”
He just thought I was going to die.
He was the last person I ever saw alive.
I think I had to learn that if I ever wanted to continue to play drums, I needed to take care of myself and take care for myself and my family.
I knew I was sick and I knew that I needed help, but I didn’t know how to take it.
So I did my own research and found out that drumming is a very difficult thing to do.
I didn�t want to just be a good drummer and be successful.
I felt like I had no idea what I was doing, so I started playing drum lessons.
I just wanted people, especially people who didn�re musicians, to know how difficult it is.
I started to think, “What are you going to do if you can’t play the drums?”
That was the beginning of my transition from being a very, very shy, shy kid to being a person who wanted to do something.
When I was 17, I decided I was ready to go and play.
It was a big step for me.
But, honestly, it was something that I never dreamed that I would be able to do at this stage in my life.
I had always been interested and wanted to learn more, and the more I played, the more excited I got.
I decided that if anything, I wanted a little bit of success to give me confidence, so that I could continue playing.
I became a drummer because I was interested in the music.
I did all the research I needed.
I found all of the great drummers in the world and learned how to play their instruments and teach myself the drums.
When they started showing me around, they just said, You can play the drum.
I took that and went out and bought some drums.
That�s when I started seeing all the people playing drums, and it started me thinking, “Wow, I have to start learning the drums.”
I went to a drum school in New Jersey and it was amazing, because I didn?t know how bad it was.
They were all so experienced, but they all had a little thing in common: They didn?ve ever been injured in the drum game.
I got into the game in the early ’90s, so you know, I was the youngest of all of them, but it was the only way I could find a real job.
I went out, learned my stuff and got good at the drumming.
That’s when I became known around the world as Kathy Jordan.
Now, I�m not even really the best drummer around, but my style is very, really good.
I played for bands like The Prodigy and The Kinks, so people know who I am.
I also played in a few bands that didn?
t know that there was a drummer like me, like The New York Dolls, and The Rolling Stones, so they are very proud of me.
I have a few songs with The Strokes, and we have some stuff on our SoundCloud page.
I?m a really good drummer.
I like to think I�ve got a lot to offer, and hopefully the people who listen to this podcast will enjoy it as much as I did.
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If I can do this to anybody else, it?s for them.
Thanks for listening, and have a great day.
David Boyd is a writer, performer, songwriter, producer and teacher of music.
He is a member of the Grammy Award-winning band The Stroke, and was previously the lead singer and guitarist of the band The Kicks.
He also served as a producer for the BBCs Radio 1, The Jimmy Carr Show, and as a guest host on BBC Radio 4, The World Today, The Talk, and Radio 1 Classic.
You can find more of his work on his website, davidboyd.com.