Drew Schultz

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Drew Schultz
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Background Information

Hometown

Detroit

Genre's

Motown, Jazz, R&B, Soul

Occupation

Educator, Composer, Performer, Instructor at Detroit Institute of Music Education, Program Manager at Motown Museum

Years Active

2006 - Present

Instruments

Drums, Keyboard, Voice

Website

dsdrums.com

Associated Acts

Drew Schultz & The Broken Habits

About

As a student of Funk Brothers drummer Uriel Jones and original Earth Wind & Fire member Ralph Johnson, Drew Schultz entered the music industry at the age of 19 playing with the legendary group The Four Tops. For five years he toured the world with the Tops as percussionist, drummer, archivist, and musical director. He has also performed behind countless legends including Aretha Franklin, The Temptations, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, The Dramatics, The Contours, The Miracles, Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes, Jerry Butler, Mary Wilson of The Supremes, Chairmen of the Board, Freda Payne, The Velvelettes, and well…just about everyone who has ever stepped into Hitsville! As a Pre-Production Engineer for Universal/Motown Records, he has credits on projects by Michael Jackson / The Jackson 5, David Ruffin & Jimmy Ruffin, and the Cellarful of Motown series. His audio production has led to work with Questlove of the Roots during an NYU college course, and Maurice White of Earth, Wind, & Fire. He is a published contributor to Modern Drummer Magazine, a Program Manager at the Motown Museum and a college professor of drums / songwriting / music industry studies at the Detroit Institute of Music Education.


Discography

Albums:

Singles:

Videos


External Links

Website
Facebook
Twitter
Reverbnation
Linkedin
YouTube Channel
Bandcamp


       

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