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Coming Soon? Meet the "Fluke" of Rock & Roll

The man Johnny Cash called “The Father of the Drums” is being memorialized in a documentary. On Kickstarter, we can see that W. S. “Fluke” Holland’s story is one fans wish was more prevalent in the world of music. Fluke is internationally known as a pioneer in the world of rock and roll. When he first went to Sun Studios, where he drummed for artists like Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley, and Jerry Lee Lewis, Fluke didn’t even know how to play the drums. For nearly forty years, though, he drummed for Johnny Cash and became known for his “train-like” rhythms. Read more here: "The Father of the Drums: W.S. Holland" documentary

28th Oct 2014

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