New York City session drummer and percussionist Alex Alexander is at the top of his game. With such a diverse resume, it’s easy to see why. In just his work as the renowned drummer for 24-time platinum Sony recording artist Dido, he's played sold-out venues around the world and in front of millions. A proud endorser of Remo, Zildjian, Yamaha, Vic Firth, and more, Alex prefers to use his Hiptrix Drumsticks as a supplement: an extra visual flavor during various parts of the set.
With unique style, a multitude of talents, and commanding presence, Alex Alexander can captivate an audience like few others. He has recorded and played with many accomplished artists over the years, including Eminem, David Bowie, Ritchie Blackmore, Sarah McLachlan, Youssou N'dour, Wynonna Judd, Chaka Kahn, Montel Jordan, Sophie B. Hawkins, Phil Ramone, Paul Shaffer, and many more. His television work includes Saturday Night Live, Leno, Conan, Letterman, MTV-TRL, Craig Kilborn, The Jon Stewart Show, Ellen, BET, Good Morning America, and more. He’s played mega-events like Live 8 and the Lilith Fair, worked on, produced, and written music for movies, on/off-Broadway plays, and Academy Award Winning collaborations, and is even the inventor behind the The Electric Djembe. Visit www.alex-alexander.com or YouTube for more information about Alex and Perpetual Motion Productions.