Sean Moore, drummer with the legendary Welsh rock band Manic Street Preachers, along with Ian Mosley, drummer with the iconic UK progressive rock band Marillion have joined the growing British Drum Co. family of artists
Sean is a founding member of the Manics and has played on every single and album release since the band began in 1986. Ian is a well-respected “drummer’s drummer”, earning accolades from peers worldwide. With an impressive CV which includes Darryl Way, Gordon Giltrap, and Steve Hackett, Ian has been with Marillion since 1984 and has just finished recording the band’s 20th studio album on his new British Drum Co. drum kit.
Mel Stewart, Brand Development Manager at British Drum Co., says this about Sean;
“Everyone here at BDC is thrilled at the announcement that Sean has chosen to play our drums. The Manics are a legendary band with a reputation for excellence and we cannot stress how cool it is that Sean wants to be part of our artist family”.
Sean is delighted with his decision to join BDC.
“I have been watching the growth of the brand and been hugely impressed by the quality of the drums. I have heard so many good things about British Drum Co. so I thought it was time to check it out for myself and I have been blown away by the exceptional build quality, the awesome sound of the drums, and the attention to every detail. I am very happy with my new Legend kit!”
Keith Keough, CEO of British Drum Co. is delighted that Ian has chosen to join the BDC artist family. Keith explains,
“I would like to welcome Ian to the BDC artist family. Ian is a world-class drummer with an enviable reputation amongst musicians worldwide and it is fantastic to see him playing a British Drum Co. drum kit.”
British Drum Co. Managing Director, Al Murray, added;
“I have seen Marillion play many, many times but to now be in a position to say that Ian is playing a British Drum Co. drum kit makes me incredibly proud. What can I say – he’s a drumming Legend playing a drumming Legend!”
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