15 June 2024

Find Your Rhythm Watch Count Me In Official Trailer

When it comes to the great rock and pop bands in the world we always compliment the singers as well as the guitartists. Every song needs rhythm and the one person in the band that will get you rhythm is the drummer. Netflix have released the quintessential music documentary celebrating the world of drumming, Count Me In.

Mark Lo‘s film takes viewers on a journey with some of the greatest, most respected players and personalities from the world of drumming. It explores their beginnings, influences and inspirations though conversation, concert footage, original content and concludes with a thrilling drum off. The film beautifully communicates the energy, art and skill of the drummers who have shaped some of the most iconic music of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Contributions from the drummers of Queen, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, The Police and Pink Floyd.The film’s director Mark Lo has sent us the new Trailer , watch it below…

From heartbeat to backbeat, caveman to techno rave man, rhythm has driven our world for centuries. We journey with a cast of drummers, to discover the joy and exhilaration of a life dedicated to driving the beat.

In their own words, we share the passion that has taken them from banging on pots and pans as kids, to playing on some of the world’s biggest stages. Along the way, they pay tribute to the drummers that have influenced them, including the likes of Ringo, Charlie Watts, Keith Moon, John Bonham and Ginger Baker.

You can have rhythm without music but you can’t have music without rhythm.

Drummers featured in the film include Roger Taylor, Stewart Copeland, Taylor Hawkins, Nick Mason, Chad Smith and Cindy Blackman Santana.

Count Me In is now available on Netflix in all English speaking territories.

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