London wins DRUMMER OF TOMORROW contest

CONGRATULATIONS to London Rowland - this 14 year old drummer was the Under-18 winner for Drummer of Tomorrow! He wins a 6-piece Mapex Meridian Maple drum kit with hardware. His video THE FUTURE IS NOW received the most votes during the contest period. Drummers from all over the United States entered this contest. London's video was among 95 other videos being voted on in the under 18 group. London is a member of SHATTERED ENVY an all original metal band that has opened for national acts TapRoot, and In This Moment. He is also a member of DISCOVERING THE WATERFRONT an original metal-core band. London was also a member of CIRCLE OF RED who opened for natioanl bands Otep, Motinless in White, In This Moment and In Fear and Faith. He was also a member of interMission who opened for national band Sponge. London is a member of the New Hartford Marching Band, New Hartford Winter Drumline and Perry Jr. High Jazz Band. He is under the instruction of David Snediker for Drumset, Rick Compton for Theory, Marty Hollister and Steve Stoddard for Marching band and Drumline and MaryAnne Snow for Jazz Band. London is a student at Jerry Jr. High in New Hartford.

You can see London's winning video on the Mapex website at www.mapexdrums.com You can find London and all his bands on facebook.

http://usa.mapexdrums.com/

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