Here’s a track from the ‘Beyond Turbines’ project that Virgil played on.
The nice people at Remo provided this video of Virgil performing Rhythm Zero off of ‘In This Life’.
And composer Alastair Taylor once again put together a track on top of an existing solo Virgil did a while back.
Here’s a taste of IceFish live. It’s the title track from the album Human Hardware.
Here you can listen to episode 16 of the Drumchannel podcast, featuring Virgil.
A word from Virgil's webmaster, Jeppe Morgenthaler
Today is Virgil's 60th birthday. It means that Virgil has more than 57-years of unbelievable dedication to drumming and music under his belt, and for that, he is certainly worth celebrating.
Virgil's relentless pursuit to better himself is an inspiration to everyone who has ever worked with him, or witnessed his artistic output.
As a composer, he is artistically un-compromised and as a drummer he is a unique specimen, capable of things most people find impossible.
I hope you will join me alongside Travis Orbin, Marco Minnemann, (with Bryan Beller and Guthrie Govan) Thomas Lang, Dave Weckl and Vinnie Colaiuta, in wishing Virgil a very happy birthday.
Happy Birthday Virgil!
On tour, Virgil has really locked in with Junior Braguinha. Check out these recent highlights from The French Revolution Tour
Here's a teaser in French for the fans who are attending Virgil's upcoming French Revolution Tour
The dates for Virgil's upcoming French Revolution Tour have been updated with ticket information. Head on over to the tour dates and secure one for yourself!
AND a Meet & Greet has just been added for September 26 in Paris. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets to that specific event.
Virgil was interviewed a while back, for Drumtalk. This interview covers a range of elements in his approach to music, his playing, and in his life.
Virgil recently returned from a succesful clinic tour and he has compiled 30+ minutes of highlights from his time in Cape Town. Enjoy!
Virgil playing around with his new DW Purple Heart Kit.
Here's a few thoughts on the limited time spent on sound check, before any show