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Ben Vanderwal Session
Page added May 4, 2016 Updated May 18, 2016

We're keeping it very local on Home Cooked, with a recording of 'Walmart,' commissioned for Jazztrack and recorded at the ABC in Sydney.

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Walmart is the brainchild of Perth drummer Ben Vanderwal and percussionist Giorgio Rojas, and we'll go behind the scenes with music and stories from the session. Joining Ben and Giorgio is Mike Rivett on sax and effects and Cameron Undy on electric bass.

Presented by James Kennedy

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May 9, 2016. 2:00pm - 3:00pm
May 13, 2016. 9:00pm - 10:00pm

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Artist Biography


Ben is one of the most in demand Jazz drummers in Australia. From an early age he encountered the legendary drummer/teacher Frank Gibson Jnr, who helped unravelled the mysteries of that strange, fascinating music in of all places, Perth.

Originally from there, Ben has also spent time in New York and Melbourne and performed around the world including tours of the U.K., France, Ireland,...

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