Definition of drummer
1 : one that plays a drum —sometimes used figuratively in phrases denoting unconventional thought or action march to a different drummer
Examples of drummer in a Sentence
The band got a new drummer.
Recent Examples of drummer from the Web
Some people passing by the KFC Yum Center couldn't help but turn their heads toward dozens of air drummers brandishing lime green sticks.
So is trance possession by the spirits, which is aided by the complex, sacred rhythms of master drummers.
According to MTV News, Metallica's drummer, Lars Ulrich, was also onstage, leading fans to speculate that the band might be in A Star Is Born, alongside Cooper and Lady Gaga.
The current lineup has only one bassist — Levin — but features three drummers, who are positioned at the front of the stage for the band’s concerts.
The intensely chordal nature of Roberts' solo evoked shades of Dave Brubeck, and drummer Gratteau's extended cadenza conveyed a narrative quality that justly drew a warm ovation.
Last night at the CMT Music Awards, Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker, and Charles Kelley—along with Derek Trucks (nephew of The Allman Brothers Band drummer, Butch Trucks) who played with the Allman Brothers Band—paid tribute to the late Gregg Allman.
The music, long out of print, features twin tenor horns - Charlie Rouse and Barney Wilen - along with bassist Sam Jones and drummer Art Taylor.
Oh, the drummer Henry Cole, the violinists Megan Gould and Tomoko Omura, the violist Karen Waltuch, and the cellist Noah Hoffeld.
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First Known Use of drummer
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Definition of drummer for English Language Learners
: a person who plays a drum or a set of drums
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