Josh Moscov

Josh Moscov

San Jose, Calif., November 20, 2008-Eighteen years ago, two drum/percussion magazine professionals, Andy Doerschuk and Phil Hood, lost their jobs with a prominent publishing conglomerate. In an economy that was certainly not thriving, the two men made a commitment to establish their own drum/percussion magazine business.

The result was Enter Music Publishing and over nearly two decades, the company has paradiddled, rolled, and buzzed (never a "rest," mind you) through every challenge:

Clearwater, Florida Hammerax, famed for making cymbal-like instruments with sustain and musical effects that go well beyond the sonic possibilities of ordinary cymbals, has made Dame Glennie an official endorser. The first artist to sustain a full-time career as a touring solo percussionist, Glennie performs on the company's Boomywhang hybrids, which produce deep, fluttering sounds with cymbal-like highs. She also is playing Hammerax glass hybrids, instruments that can be crashed, raked or rolle

Buddy Rich Memorial Concert Rolls Out After 10 Years of Marking Time; Performers Include Terry Bozzio, John Blackwell, Chad Smith, Tommy Igoe And Many Others For This Historic Drumming Event.

Las Vegas -- The much awaited return of the Buddy Rich Memorial Concert is now over. In late August, Cathy Rich, daughter of the late, legendary drummer Buddy Rich, confirmed plans for the Buddy Rich Memorial and that it would take place at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York Ci

For Immediate, Rhythmic Release San Jose, Calif., -- With Return To Forever receiving rave reviews, it should be no surprise that Enter Music Publishing, publishers of hip, drum/percussion magazines worldwide, has completely sold out Issue 6, featuring Lenny White on the Cover. As a result, Enter Music Publishing has made available the Lenny White feature as a free download at:

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San Jose, Calif., -- Enter Music Publishing, publishers of hip, drum/percussion magazines worldwide, today released its Summer Issue of Traps Magazine. Committed to covering "The Art of Drumming", this issue of Traps extensively explores the history of jazz-fusion drumming through the pioneering players of these highly related genres in 90 pages.

Traps editor, Andy Doerschuk, in his "Entrance" Editor Column, best summarizes this compelling issue of Traps. As he notes: "Our cover stories c
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