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Chris Puleston

Chris Puleston is a very gifted and talented drummer and percussionist.

He has a house full of exotic percussion and every part of his being seems to exist to create rhythm.

Chris has studied Indian music and been involved in many musical projects.

As one half of the innovative duo HUMDRUM with Donna Whitlock, they play a blend of self penned and freestyle multi drum and percussion. Featuring Tabla, Bodhran and the amazing "two on two" Conga duet.

Chris was Jambience's principle percussionist between July 1999 and January 2001. Chris joined the band on their debut UK gig at Brighton's Sussex Arts Club.
A multi-talented percussionist, Chris was exposed to his chosen profession from an early age. His father was a Jazz and Dance Hall drummer through the 1940ís and 50ís, and taught Chris hand percussion and kit drumming from the age of four. By the time Chris was fourteen, he was studying classical percussion, and playing in both orchestral ensembles, and rock cover bands.

For the past twenty-five years, Chris has played in a staggering number of ensembles, playing incredibly varied musical styles. These include rock cover bands, "spacey rock synthesiser music", blues funk, experimental and improvisational Jazz, and Bee Bop to name just a few.

Chris is currently based in the Milton Keynes area and continues to work in bands and as a session musician, along with developing and teaching drum and percussion courses.

Workshops and Concerts:
If you are interested in contacting Chris Puleston to discuss possible live performances and drum workshops, please email at:
Albums Featuring  Chris Puleston