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Albe Bonacci


Albe Bonacci is a full-time studio and performing drummer and clinician in Los Angeles. Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, (no he is not a mormon, yes, he skiis) he studied orchestral snare drumming and multi-percussion with Douglas Wolf at the University of Utah, is a graduate of Percussion Institute of Technology (PIT) in Los Angeles, and The Drummer's Collective in New York. Albe has studied privately with Ralph Humphrey, Joey Heredia, Gregg Bissonette and countless others in New York and Los Angeles.
Albe has made his career by working almost solely behind the scenes for mostly independent artists including Susan's Room, A Band Called Moses, Ritt Henn and Lisa Johnson.
He had recorded for more than 50 independent artists, performed for television on the former ABC sit com "Ellen", played for the stage productions of "Sisterella" and "Tap: Caution Men at Work" and on live radio for Los Angeles TheatreWorks, "The Colored Museum". You can hear Albe playing this winter in the 20th Century Fox film, "First Daughter".
Albe has also recorded with such studio legends as Desmond Child ("Livin' La Vida Loca") and Diane Warren ("How Do I Live", "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing"). Jack Segal ("When Sunny Gets Blue") Jack Palance, David Graheme ("To Be With You"). Albe plays live in many different genres from jazz to original rock and pop, country to percussion accompaniment.

Albe has held clinics for Musician's Friend Music Stores, the Nashville Percussion Institute, the Pacific Crest Drum Corps and the Hollywood Custom and Vintage Drum show In his clinics Albe covers various topics including technique, styles, reading, soloing, and feel. As a full-time working drummer much of his discussion contains business tips and advice on how to "make it" as a working musician.

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