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Henning Stumm

Henning Stumm

Jazz / Samba / Afro-beat New York, NY  US
"The Love Tree" Henning Stumm 137th Street Posse
"The Love Tree" Henning Stumm 137th Street Posse
"Banda Azul" Eliana Marcia & Banda Azul
"Banda Azul" Eliana Marcia & Banda Azul
"Tie Inspiration" Henning Stumm 137th Street Posse
"Tie Inspiration" Henning Stumm 137th Street Posse
"Breakdown" Giovanni & essenTIAL
"Breakdown" Giovanni & essenTIAL
" I like it" Giovanni & essenTIAL
" I like it" Giovanni & essenTIAL


live with Eliana Marcia & Banda Azul (Tem que cantar e sambar)



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  • AWE.SOME (Artist)
    Great music, Henning Stumm!:))) Stay unique as you are and sincere in what you do! Cheers!:)))
  • Judith Miller Band (Artist)
    Judith Miller Band
    "The Love Tree" cool laid back and chill out... hugs from Texas
  • Kurve (Artist)
    Back checkin' out Tie Inspiration...simply flawless...you all are absolutely groovin', thanks for sharing your cool vibe tracks with us, your friends, KURVE
  • Mo Bic (Artist)
    Mo Bic
    Heyyyy.. Cool stuff - like me, https://www.facebook.com/mobicmusic Thx.. The Album "MEIN BLICKWINKEL" now obtainable at Amazon and Musicload . You will find the ...
    Great playing. Like the instrumentals. Like the r&bish vocals too. But the jazz tunes are my favorite.
  • Rachel Roth (Artist)
    Rachel Roth
    great stuff. You have a really good swing beat and i find your improvisation captivating. Can't wait to hear more :)


  • Giovanni & essenTIAL
  • live w "Devil's Playground"
  • live at Greenwich Village Bistro


Sounds Like: Eliana Marcia & Banda Azul, The Tony Williams Lifetime, Jack DeJohnette, Elvin Jones, David Garibaldi

Label: Tierra Records, Assinck Records, Tierra Records

Manager: Henning Stumm

Bio: drums, percussion, composing, teaching, producing

Worked with artists such as
Eliana Marcia & Banda Azul, Giovanni von Essen, eXonda,Tommy Keys, The Devil's Playgound, Tommy Turrentine, David Sanchez, Arthur Blythe, Stanton Davis, Walt Maddox, The Marcelles, The Platters, Gerald Wilson, Patti ...See Full Bio

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Monday 03/16 6pm live on "DrCal's hour of insight" BlogTalkRadio premiering 2 newly recorded songs!


Recent Blogs

new CD's out
Dec 17, 2013

2013 was a busy year for me recording and there are two new CD's out that I play... [more]

drum lessons ranked #1 in New York City
Mar 17, 2011

For those who know me, Henning Stumm on a more personal level know that I am ver... [more]


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Q: Is the combination of kick, snare or snares, hi-hat, ride and crash enough for a complimentary drummer in an acoustic blues/jazz based trio or quartet?

A: to answer in short: absolutely. to be more specific: anything is possible and it really depends on the setting and the level of musicianship of anybody envolved. if the drummer is good with brushes you could just have a snare and a hi-hat and be ok. If the drummer has a great "ride" feel you could just do a gig with just a ride, at least in a jazz setting. for a blues gig I personally would prefer to have at least snare, kick and hi-hat. you could experiement with any of those compinations using the elements you mentioned in you question. again at the end it all depends on the player and his/her abillity. I hope this answers your question. One Love Henning

Asked by the7group. Answered on Sat May 26 2012

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