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“ Len Bryant has spent half a century performing as both a drummer and vocalist. Some sort of musical genes are sure to be found in his extended family, particularly his sister Vera Eubanks, who in addition to being a multi-instrumentalist in her own right gave birth to not one but three jazzy sons, guitarist Kevin Eubanks(The Jay Leno Show), trombonist Robin Eubanks, and trumpeter Duane Eubanks. Len Bryant's brother Ray Bryant is a stellar jazz pianist, while another brother named Tom Bryant, unfortunately deceased, was a Bassist and vocalist.

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Len Bryant plays a set of Pearl Masters Custom Maple Shell Drums. He uses all Zildjian Cymbals.


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