You could say that I have been drumming since I was born. As a baby, I used Legos and toy sticks to make beats and grooves on anything and everything. But I did not start drumming on a kit and for my church until 2017, when our church Redemptive Grace Ministries was established.
Our church is a non-denominational, gospel-filled, and multi-generational church and so is our Worship Ministry. We don’t worship with just one style of music, so as a drummer I’ve been exposed to, and played, a variety of gospel, contemporary, and traditional styles of Christian music.
Since I’ve been drumming for RGM, we’ve had the opportunity to spread the love of God through worship in different churches and cities, including Minnesota, and Texas. I play out of the overflow of what God has done in my life, and I’m blessed to play drums for Him.
WHY DO YOU PLAY COLLISION?
My preferred stick size is a 7A stick. My arms are a little longer and I sit pretty close to my kit, so the shorter stick length is perfect for me. Our Worship Center is a large room, but if I play with heavier sticks I find our cymbal sound drowns out the band and fill the room.
My favorite thing about Collision is how Collision treats both their Artist and consumers. Carlton and his team are genuine in all of the encounters that I’ve had with them, and their Customer Services makes you feel like you are just talking to a friend. It’s a testament to how kind they really are as people. I recommend Collision Sticks to anyone who is a drummer. The sticks are durable and reliable. Drummers can burn through lower quality sticks easily, but sticks that are made with care and with the drummer in mind are set apart from the rest. If you need sticks that will support your drumming and a team that supports you, then I wouldn’t look any farther than Collision.