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Online drum games for kids - Nicko McBrain drums - Michael Henry "Nicko" McBrain is the drummer of English heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
He joined the band in 1983, replacing drummer Clive Burr, to record the album "Piece Of Mind".
In 1982 he had already played in the tour of Iron Maiden with Trust, the support band.
Being an expert drummer, Nicko McBrain in the 70s played in some Pat Travers' albums. Then, in the early 80s,
as he was playing drums with the band McKitty, he met Steve Harris, bass player and founder of Iron Maiden, during their first concert abroad.
Today Nicko McBrain is one of the most popular heavy metal drummers in the world.
You can play the Nicko McBrain virtual drum set by clicking on the keys corresponding to the drumset elements (snare drum, toms, cymbals and pedals).
Press "key settings" to see and modify the correspondence between the keys and the virtual drum set elements.
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