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Daniel Sadownick

Daniel Sadownick - Percussionist, has just released his brand new debut album There Will Be a Day on IN TIME RECORDS!

Daniel Sadownick who has recorded and toured with the The Roots, Al Green, Steely Dan, Michael Brecker, Dennis Chambers, Billy Idol, Pat Martino, Nicholas Payton, Christian McBride, Raul Midon and The Screaming Headless Torsos is proud to announce the brand new release of his debut album “There Will Be A Day” on In Time Records.

Awards

Jazz Journalists Awards 2009 - Nominated for Top Percussionist (results to be announced in June) Downbeat Critics Poll 2008 - nominated as "Rising Star" in Percussion Downbeat Readers Poll 2007 - nominated as "Rising Star" in Percussion

Gear

Daniel Sadownick plays and endorses LP drums and accessories, Paiste cymbals, and Vic Firth sticks.


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Primary Instrument

Percussion

Willing to teach

Advanced only

Credentials/Background

Daniel is also now accepting students. To contact Daniel for instruction please call (917)476-5975 or email at: [email protected] Faculty Member at New York University Private studies also available to all students of any level. Prices are negotiable.

Clinic/Workshop Information

I've done several clinics for LP showcasing the art of independence on percussion by utilizing many poly-rhythms and timbres.

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Albums

LOOK WITHIN

INDEPENDENT RELEASE
2021

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Master Volume

Self Produced
2020

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Kenny Kirkland: un...

Sunnyside Records
2020

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Snapdragon

Abstract Logix
2020

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There Will Be a Day

In Time Records
2009

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Kif

FuzeLicious Morsels
2003

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