Drumchattr is a website that pulls in posts from percussion blogs around the web into a very clean looking interface.

All things Vibraphone

Awesome website with loads of sound files, movies, and transcriptions!


Whoever came up with this is amazing 🙂 Online percussion radio all the time. I haven’t heard marching percussion yet (obviously, retail recordings of that are rare) but I have heard a ton of marimba, multipercussion, and ensemble stuff!

Vic Firth’s Podcasts

Vic has 3 podcasts. Concert percussion, marching percussion, and drumset. They are updated each week and have a huge variety of great stuff!!! Everyone should be subscribed to this….

Percussion Axiom  TV

This Blog is run by Thomas Burritt. It’s mostly centered around the marimba despite the title. He’s even collaborated with Steve Weiss Music to run a contest to see who can most creatively “interact” with his playing in an online collaboration.

Classical Marimba League

Check out their audio from the past competitions!!!!

Jeff Sass

Jeff Sass is a freelance percussionist in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He blogs about the marimba and marimba events including the Classical Marimba League, Marimba 2010 Festival and Conference, and the Zeltsman Marimba Festival.

Chris Wilson

A few lessons and discussion of general marimba topics.

Dr. Dave’s Video Collection

It’s hard to find GOOD videos of percussion on the net and especially youtube. Dr. Dave sifts through the mess to bring the the best of  percussion! I’ve linked the marimba specific videos but he also has other channels for other forms of percussion.

Thad Anderson

Just found this one! Looks promising 🙂

Total Percussion Blog

A new blog by Josh Williamson. Has amazing potential! You don’t see many total percussion blogs 🙂

Percussion Geeks (opens in itunes)

An odd collection of percussion videos. I have the link above to the itunes store because you have to “sign in” to their webpage to view the videos there and I’m not really a big fan of giving out my email just to see some free videos.

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