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Luis Cardenas on Guiness Hall of Fame

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Published on Nov 30, 2008

Luis Cardenas, the drummer for the rock band Renegade graced the cover of many magazines, such as Modern Drummer and Performance Magazine. Developing a name for himself as both a solo artist and a highly accomplished musician, Cardenas was invited by the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) to appear on the Guiness Hall of Fame Awards, where he played Prokofiev's Troika with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. The BBC produced a very unique presentation in which each of Cardenas' drums appear and disappear as he plays them. This David Frost hosted program allowed Cardenas to demonstrate the way in which he played his drums as a completely tuned instrument, rather than just for their percussion value. It seems that every single drum in Cardenas' massive set are finely tuned, providing an added voice and perspective to his musical prowess. In order to capture each sound correctly, Kim Richards produced and engineered the recording at the BBC's main recording facility in London. Cardenas enjoyed the classical performance and departure from his usual rock genre, and looked upon the task as a welcomed challenge. This is a can't miss performance for the Luis Cardenas fan! For further information about Allied Artists or Luis Cardenas, visit http://alliedartists.com

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