KISS Drummer Undergoes 'Minor Surgery', Is 'On The Road To A Speedy Recovery'
KISS/ALICE COOPER drummer Eric Singer has issued the following update:
"Well, another NAMM convention has come and gone yet again. It was great to see familiar faces and old friends again. It seemed like it was only a few months ago since the previous NAMM. What happens to time? I guess it is like a drummer always speeding up.
"Anyway, I saw a lot of kool new drums and stuff over at Pearl and Zildjian and stopped by Universal Percussion to say hey to the Attack drumhead guys too.
"In case people wondered what happened department: I was scheduled to jam at the Dimebag Darrell tribute show on Saturday [Jan. 20] at the Hilton with Lemmy (MOTÖRHEAD) and Keri Kelli (ALICE COOPER) but was unable to play drums for awhile due to minor surgery a few weeks ago. I am on the road to a speedy recovery and should be back hitting things very soon!
"I wanna thank everyone who took the time to stop by the Pearl, Zildjian, Sure or Musicstar booths I appeared at. It was great to see fans from all over the world and you all treat me so nice and make me feel special. For this I thank you!"
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