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Travis Barker The Talk Of Tinsel Town, But Enter Music Publishing Traps Him Again During "Travis Barker" Week From April 18 To 25
(Published: April 13, 2011)

San Jose, Calif., -- Travis Barker consistently keeps the media and the drumming community fascinated. Whether it's his latest hip-hop record, Blink-182 reunions, plane crashes, or reality TV he never stays far from the public eye.

That's why Enter Music Publishing, publishers of hip, drum/percussion magazines, worldwide and online, will celebrate "Travis Barker Week," from April 18 to the 25th on its web site. (http://www.drummagazine.c...) Each day, the company will feature recent and older, archived stories about Travis' career. The editorial content will vary from video lessons from his new album, all the way back to his early days making punk drumming history with Blink-182.

Noting the importance of Travis Barker's drumming, Andy Doerschuk, editorial director of Enter Music Publishing, said: "Probably no drummer than Travis Barker, in the past decade, is as responsible for so many kids picking up the sticks and deciding to play drums. He's a huge influence, and with his hip-hop excursions, the influence keeps growing."

Trapping Barker's Beat
Specifically, Enter Music Publishing will feature the following cool content during Travis Barker Week:

1. Cover story excerpts from the
past ten years of DRUM!
2. Video: Learn To Play Travis
Barker's "Can The Drummer Get
Some"
3. Travis Barker Picks CDs You
Should Own
4. DRUM! Traps Travis Barker's Fly
Kit


Commenting further on the content, Andrew Lentz, managing editor, Enter Music Publishing, said: "Travis was the guy who really applied a rudimental marching style to punk and rock. He's a great drummer but it's his personal approach to the instrument that makes him unique."

About Enter Music Publishing

Founded in San Jose, CA in 1992, Enter Music Publishing, Inc. is a leading publisher of hip, drum/percussion magazines, with distribution in 40 countries. DRUM! is the flagship publication of Enter Music Publishing, Inc. and continues to set the industry standard for editorial quality and innovation. Enter Music Publishing, Inc. also publishes great content on its website, drummagazine.com. Over the company's history, Enter Music Publishing has pressed other well-respected publications, such as How To Play Drums, and TRAPS magazine. The company's mission is to be the best source of drumming news and info on this planet and others as they become populated. The company's founders, Phil Hood and Andy Doerschuk, are well-respected drum industry veterans with more than 50 years of experience in the field at magazines such as Frets, Bass Player, EQ, and others.



More Information: http://www.drummagazine.com


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