Drummers Perspective book

Philips looking to Kickstart book project

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

David Phillips, author of A Drummer’s Perspective is close to finishing his second coffee table book and has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to publish it.

Called From The Riser, A Drummer’s Perspective II the book has been three years in the making, features more drummers, more pages and even better pictures than the first one. It celebrates the world of drumming by taking you behind the scenes, showing you drummers in a number of different live siutations.

His Kickstarter project has just thirty days to raise the funds needed to publish the book. If the funding target (£12,000) is not raised before 8th March 2014, all pledges will be cancelled and the publishing of the book will be delayed.

Already the author has photographed 107 drummers including Stewart Copeland, Lars Ulrich, Taylor Hawkins, Travis Barker, Tommy Lee, Billy Cobham, Ian Paice, Ginger Baker, Clem Burke, John Blackwell, Kenny Aronoff, Zigaboo Modeliste, Jack DeJonette, Jojo Mayer, Alex Acu?a, Dave Weckl, Sheila E and Neil Peart who has also written the book’s foreword.

Phillips, who also runs PR company, A and R Marketing, said: “Many of the musicians I have worked with over the years are now using Kickstarter to raise funds for their music projects. When I looked into it I realised this was a great way to speed up getting my second book to market and sharing all these wonderful photographs with a wider audience. By using Kickstarter I can spread the word quickly online to people worldwide whilst also keeping them updated on the projects status.”

The money raised will help bring this project to its conclusion. It will help pay for the design, production and printing costs as well as the redesign of the book website, shipping and storage. If the project is successfully funded, it is expected to be delivered late spring 2014. To learn more about the book you can visit the projects pitch page here: – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1872371890/from-the-riser-a-drummers-perspective-ii-by-david

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