UP & COMING ARTISTS TO LOOK OUT FOR IN 2020 – JERAD GLORE
WHO IS JERAD GLORE?
Jerad Glore is the Glorified drummer making all of the noise in St. Louis Missouri. Jerad was originally born in Romania, but his parents had moved to the united states for work.
Jerad has been playing the drums since he was 10 years old, he has been producing his own drumming videos for around 3 years ago when he was 18. He said that he has always wanted to be a drummer & that rhythm came naturally to him.
Some of his inspirations are Matt McGuire, Tony Royster, Eric Moor, Luke Holland, Jon Mayer, & Jo Jones.
“ They all have very unique styles of drumming and they inspired me due to the fact that they didn’t have a plan B. They were born to play drums and they make crazy videos. In this new age of social media and opportunity, I figured there’s no reason I can’t become a touring drummer playing the big gigs and making the coolest videos. But they also affect each and every one in the crowd every time they perform. This is the biggest reason got inspired. I want to inspire other drummers.”
Once you see Jerad’s catalog, you will realize that he is one of the hardest working drummers in the game, with over 70 videos released. His covers hold a very wide variety of different genres.
Jerad plans to release over 100 drum cover videos in 2020, with every new video being made, Jerad is trying to master the quality of his raw mix and playing skills. Jared does not lean toward and specific genre of music, he likes to play Jazz & Latin to Hip Hop & R&B, not only that Jerad can dabble in the Rock & Heavy Metal genres if he wants to also.
WE ASKED JERAD: ARE YOU INVOLVED IN YOUR COMMUNITY? IF SO HOW?
“I’m currently looking to teach kids how to play drums at my local guitar center while being a college student and in a fraternity which also gives me opportunity for community service. I have 15 hours required every semester.”
WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO TELL YOUR FANS?
“For the ones who have been supporting me just in the past few years, I have nothing but gratitude. I only hope I’ll keep that privilege of support for years to come striving to be a professional drummer”