The great percussionist discusses how drummers work collaborate, musically, with other musicians, citing examples from his work with John Lewis, Rufus Reid, Ron Carter, Tommy Flanagan and Ray Brown.
Lewis Nash (born December 30, 1958) is an American jazz drummer. According to Modern Drummer magazine, Nash has one of the longest discographies in jazz. and has played on over 400 records by musicians, earning him the honor of being named Jazz’s Most Valuable Player by the magazine in it’s May, 2009 issue.
Nash is noted for his adaptability to a vast array of genres, as evidenced by his performances with such different musicians as Tommy Flanagan, Melissa Manchester, Diana Krall, and George Michael.
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