Play the virtual drums of Tony Williams online
Get to know the sound of old jazz with the drums of Tony Williams
One of the greatest drummers of jazz music, Tony Williams
is remembered as a member of Miles Davis' historical quintet.
Born in Chicago in 1945, Tony Williams showed his great talent for music and drums as a child,
and at the age of 17 he became the drummer in Miles Davis Jazz Quintet, with Wayne Shorter on saxophones, Herbie Hancock
on piano and Ron Carter on double-bass, influencing Miles Davis' musical choices with his innovative drumming style.
After the collaboration with Miles Davis, Tony Williams formed his own jazz group,
named V.S.O.P., with Freddie Hubbard on trumpet.
Tony Williams' creativity and great technique are an ever-present reference for all jazz drummers.
The transcription you can find in the drum lesson dedicated to Tony Williams is a classic in jazz drumming learning: a Tony Williams' drum solo, taken from "Seven steps to heaven", his first recording with Miles Davis in 1963.
You can play the virtual jazz drums of Tony Williams playing the keys matching the elements of his drum set.