Chad Smith, Neil Peart and Terry Bozzio TV Shows Now On Demand With Comcast

Drum Channel is now available On Demand in 18 million Comcast Digital households on the A & R Channel. Three shows are already available and a new show will be added every month.

Viewers will be able to find the Drum Channel shows in the A & R Channel Originals Folder, in the music folder on VOD.  Comcast subscribers can access it by pressing 1 or VOD on their remote, then scrolling down to the music folder. The first three shows now available are:

  1. The Back Story – the drummers of Rush, Jethro Tull and Frank Zappa share their stories and wisdom. Neil Peart, Doane Perry and Terry Bozzio also perform an amazing drum improvisation.
  2. Alex Acuña Trio; Acuña-Hoff-Mathisen, three of the most accomplished musicians in the world. Alex Acuña played with Weather Report and performed on over 1000 soundtracks and records. They perform and discuss stories of rhythm and culture.
  3. The Chad Smith Show. Chad is the beat behind the Red Hot Chili Peppers, With guest Kenny Aronoff, (John Mellencamp) they talk and play with the Bombastic Meatbats, one of LA’s hottest bands.

Drum Channel works with the best drummers in the world and their shows offer hours of interviews, roundtable discussions, band concerts, drum jams, master classes and drum lessons. Drum Channel shows bring you exclusive and original content providing rare access to drumming legends which gives you a special opportunity to learn about their lives and the many tips and techniques they love to share.

Comcast is the largest cable operator, home internet service provider, and third largest home telephone service provider in the United States, providing cable television, broadband Internet, and telephone service to both residential and commercial customers in 39 states and the District of Columbia.

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