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Carmine Appice Appice performing with Beck, Bogert, and Appice, 1972 Background information Birth name Carmine Appice Born December 15, 1946 (1946-12-15) (age 64) Brooklyn, New York United States Genres Hard rock, psychedelic rock, blues-rock, heavy metal, glam metal Occupations Musician, songwriter Instruments Drums, percussion, vocals Years active 1966–present Labels Atlantic, Atco, Epic, Repertoire Associated acts Carmine Appice's Guitar Zeus, Ted Nugent, Pink Floyd, Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Beck, Bogert & Appice, DNA, King Kobra, Blue Murder, Mother's Army, Travers & Appice, KGB, Ozzy Osbourne, Rod Stewart, Pappo, Paul Stanley, Marty Friedman, DBA, Hear 'n Aid Website Official website Carmine Appice (born December 15, 1946) is an American rock drummer of Italian background and is the older brother of drummer Vinny Appice by 12 years. He received a classical music training and was influenced by the jazz drumming of Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa early on. Appice is best known for his associations with Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, and the power trio Beck, Bogert & Appice. Appice is known for his showmanship, stick tosses and twirls. He is considered one of the most accomplished showmen in rock[1] and was the first rock drummer to organise drum clinics held at college campuses, theatres, and drum stores. He is credited with influencing drummers such as John Bonham, Cozy Powell, Ian Paice, Dave Knepp, Joey Markowski, Nicko McBrain, Joey Kramer, Bill Ward, Roger Meddows-Taylor, Phil Collins, Neil Peart, Tommy Lee, Dave Lombardo, Richard Christy, David Kinkade, Ray Mehlbaum, Robb Reiner, and Eric Singer. His best-selling drum instruction book The Realistic Rock Drum Method[2] was first published in 1972, and has since been revised and republished as The Ultimate Realistic Rock Drum Method.[3] It covers the basic subjects of rock rhythms and polyrhythms, linear rudiments and groupings, shuffle rhythms, hi-hat, and double bass drum exercises. Contents 1 Biography 2 Discography 2.1 Albums 3 Awards 4 Notes 5 References 6 External links Biography Appice first came to prominence as the percussionist with the late 1960s psychedelic band Vanilla Fudge. Appice contributed distinctive background harmonies with the bassist Tim Bogert. After five albums, Appice and Bogert left Vanilla Fudge[4] to form the blues rock quartet Cactus,[5] with vocalist Rusty Day and guitarist Jim McCarty. Appice then left Cactus with Bogert to join Jeff Beck in the power trio Beck, Bogert & Appice.[6] Appice joined Rod Stewart's backing band in 1977, co-writing songs such as "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" and "Young Turks". He also played drums on Paul Stanley's eponymous solo album (1978).[7] He was a member of KGB which featured Ray Kennedy, Ric Grech, Mike Bloomfield, and Barry Goldberg. Appice has recorded with artists such as Stanley Clarke, Ted Nugent, and Pink Floyd. He has also played with King Kobra and Blue Murder with John Sykes. On May 23, 1981, Mayor Tom Bradley of Los Angeles proclaimed that day as Carmine Appice Day in L.A in recognition of Appice's charitable and educational work.[8] Later in 1983 he toured with Ozzy Osbourne to promote Bark at the Moon (1983). Appice recorded Caso Cerrado (1995) with the Argentine guitarist Pappo.[9] They were also joined by bassist Tim Bogert on four songs including "P. B. A. Boogie". In 2000, Appice formed the power trio DBA with Tim Bogert and Rick Derringer and was reunited once again with Bogert when they reformed Vanilla Fudge. In 2005, he became an official supporter of Little Kids Rock, a nonprofit organization which provides free musical instruments and instruction to children in less privileged public schools throughout the USA. He has personally delivered instruments to children in the program, and has also performed at benefit concerts for the organization and sits on its Honorary Board of Directors.[10] In 2006, he formed the drum ensemble SLAMM[11] in which Appice participates on drums playing along side four young drummers. The show they put on has been described as "Stomp on steroids". The band filmed a promotional video for the Cable Network station ESPN, using a NASCAR garage as a set and mechanic's hardware as instruments.[12] They were voted as the runner-up in the Drum magazine poll for Percussion Ensemble (2008) after a special appearance at the magazine's drum festival.[13] SLAMM also appears on the Modern Drummer festival DVD (2008).[14] He recorded Carmine Appice's Guitar Zeus:Conquering Heroes (2009). This was the third album in his Guitar Zeus series. These albums have featured guitarists such as Brian May, Ted Nugent, Richie Sambora, and Yngwie Malmsteen. Carmine Appice lives in New York and Los Angeles with Gold. He is currently on an American tour with the Michael Schenker Group. Discography Albums Carmine Appice Carmine Appice (1981) Carmine Appice's Guitar Zeus (1995) Carmine Appice's Guitar Zeus II (2001) Carmine Appice's Guitar Zeus: Conquering Heroes (double CD) (2009) Vanilla Fudge Vanilla Fudge (1967) The Beat Goes On (1968) Renaissance (1968) Near the Beginning (1969) Rock & Roll (1970) Mystery (1984) Cactus Cactus (1970) One Way...Or Another (1971) Restrictions (1971) 'Ot 'N' Sweaty (1972) Cactus V (2006) Beck, Bogert & Appice Beck, Bogert & Appice (1973) Live in Japan (1974) Jan Akkerman Tabernakel (1974)[15] KGB KGB (1976) Motion (1976) Paul Stanley Paul Stanley (1978) Ted Nugent Nugent (1982) DNA Party Tested (1983)[16] King Kobra Ready to Strike (1985) Thrill of a Lifetime (1986) King Kobra III (1988) Hollywood Trash (2001) King Kobra (2011) Blue Murder Blue Murder (1989) Nothin' But Trouble (1993) Mothers Army Mothers Army (1993) Pappo's Blues Caso Cerrado (1995) Marty Friedman True Obsessions (1996) Travers & Appice[17] (as duet with Pat Travers) It Takes A Lot Of Balls (2004) Live At The House Of Blues (2005) Bazooka (2006) Pink Floyd[18] "Dogs Of War" from A Momentary Lapse of Reason (1987)[19] Awards Hollywood Rock walk of fame Modern Drummer. Best Rock drummer. Editors award (lifetime achievement) Sabian Cymbals. Best Rock drummer award (lifetime achievement). Guitar Center. Legends award Notes ^ "Carmine Appice's SLAMM!!! "Stomp on Steroids"". upcoming.yahoo.com. http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/1819760/MI/Lexington/CARMINE-APPICE39S-SLAMM-quotStomp-on-Steroidsquot/Lexington-Music-Theatre. Retrieved 2009-02-15.  ^ Appice, Carmine. The Realistic Drum Method. Alfred Publishing Co. Inc 1995.  ^ Appice, Carmine. The Ultimate Realistic Drum Method. Warner Brothers Publishers 2000.  ^ Steve Huey. "Vanilla Fudge". Allmusic.com. http://www.allmusic.com/artist/p5744/biography. Retrieved 2009-02-15.  ^ Jim Newsom. "Cactus". Allmusic.com. http://www.allmusic.com/artist/p16233. Retrieved 2009-02-15.  ^ Hjort and Hinman. Jeff's book: A Chronology of Jeff Beck's Career 1965-1980. pp. 77, 80, 101, 103–7, 119–153, 157, 158, 164, 168, 180, 185, 187.  ^ Prato, Greg. "Paul Stanley biog". allmusic.com. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r312869. Retrieved 2009-02-15.  ^ "Gary James' Interview with Carmine Appice". classicbands.com. http://www.classicbands.com/CarmineAppiceInterview.html. Retrieved 2010-01-26.  ^ Bonacich, Drago. "Pappo biog and Caso Cerrado". allmusic.com. http://www.allmusic.com/artist/p209758. Retrieved 2009-02-15.  ^ LKR USA. "Little Kids Rock". Little Kids Rock.org. http://www.littlekidsrock.org. Retrieved 2009-02-16.  ^ "SLAMM". drummerworld.com. http://www.drummerworld.com/Videos/carmineappiceslamm1.html. Retrieved 2009-01-26.  ^ "Carmine Appice Joins DDrum". drummeronnection.com. http://www.drummerconnection.com/news/2008/09/05/3221-carmine-appice-joins-ddrum. Retrieved 2009-01-26.  ^ "Drum magazine poll for drum shows (2008)". drummagazine.com. http://www.drummagazine.com/features/post/drummies2009/. Retrieved 2009-01-26.  ^ "Drum magazine DVD (2008)". tigerbill.com. http://www.tigerbill.com/drumreviews/modern_drummer_festival_2008.htm. Retrieved 2009-01-26.  ^ Eder, Bruce. "Jan Akkerman, Tabernakel". allmusic.com. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r109103. Retrieved 2009-02-15.  ^ "Party Tested". allmusic.com. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r34539. Retrieved 2009-02-15.  ^ Eduardo Rivadavia. "Travers and Appice". allmusic.com. http://www.allmusic.com/artist/p681434. Retrieved 2009-02-15.  ^ "Carmine Appice interview". rocknrolluniverse.com. http://rocknrolluniverse.com/rocknrolluniverse_387.htm. Retrieved 2010-01-27.  ^ Newsom, Jim. "Momentray Lapse of Reason". allmusic.com. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r15273. Retrieved 2009-02-15.  References Hjort, Chris and Hinman, Doug. Jeff's book : A chronology of Jeff Beck's career 1965-1980 : from the Yardbirds to Jazz-Rock. Rock 'n' Roll Research Press, (2000). ISBN 0-9641005-3-3 Realistic Rock: 35th Anniversary Special Edition. Appice, Carmine. Alfred Publishing Company (March 2007) ISBN 0-739-045660 The Ultimate Realistic Rock Drum Method. Appice, Carmine. Alfred Publishing Company (July 2000).ISBN 08-972-44869 Ultimate Play-Along Drum Trax. Appice, Carmine Guitar Zeus. Alfred Publishing Company (August 2004) ISBN 07-579191-62 Rudiments to Rock. Alfred Publishing Company (July 1995). ISBN 07-692507-50 Realistic Rock for Kids. Alfred Publishing Company (2003) http://www.vicfirth.com/artists/appice.php External links Carmine Appice official website Cactus official website official Slamm website v · d · eVanilla Fudge Carmine Appice · Tim Bogert · Vince Martell · Mark Stein Lanny Cordola · Paul Hanson · Bill Pascali · Pete Bremy · Teddy Rondinelli · Derek St. Holmes · T.M. Stevens Studio albums Vanilla Fudge · The Beat Goes On · Renaissance · Near the Beginning · Rock & Roll · Mystery · Vanilla Fudge 2001 (aka The Return; Then and Now) · Out Through the in Door Live albums The Best of Vanilla Fudge – Live · The Return - Live in Germany Part 1 · The Real Deal - Vanilla Fudge Live · Rocks the Universe - Live in Germany Part 2 · Good Good Rockin' - Live at Rockpalast · Orchestral Fudge Compilations Best of Vanilla Fudge · Psychedelic Sundae - The Best of Vanilla Fudge · When Two Worlds Collide Singles "You Keep Me Hangin' On" · "Where Is My Mind" · "Take Me for a Little While" · "Season of the Witch" · "Shotgun" · "Some Velvet Morning" · "Need Love" · "Windmills of Your Mind" · "Mystery" Related artists Cactus · Beck, Bogert & Appice · Blue Murder · King Kobra v · d · eBeck, Bogert & Appice Jeff Beck · Tim Bogert · Carmine Appice Studio albums Beck, Bogert & Appice Live albums Live in Japan Singles "Superstition" Related articles The Yardbirds • The Jeff Beck Group • Vanilla Fudge • Cactus v · d · eBlue Murder John Sykes Carmine Appice • Tony Franklin • Ray Gillen • Nik Green • Kelly Keeling • Marco Mendoza • Tommy O'Steen • Cozy Powell Studio albums Blue Murder • Nothin' but Trouble Live albums Screaming Blue Murder Related articles Tygers of Pan Tang · Thin Lizzy · Whitesnake · Phil Lynott · David Coverdale v · d · eOzzy Osbourne Ozzy Osbourne · Gus G · Rob "Blasko" Nicholson · Tommy Clufetos · Adam Wakeman Studio albums Blizzard of Ozz · Diary of a Madman · Bark at the Moon · The Ultimate Sin · No Rest for the Wicked · No More Tears · Ozzmosis · Down to Earth · Black Rain · Scream Cover albums Under Cover Live albums Speak of the Devil · Tribute · Just Say Ozzy · Live & Loud · Live at Budokan Extended plays Mr Crowley Live EP · iTunes Festival: London 2010 - EP Compilations/box sets Best of Ozz · Ten Commandments · The Ozzman Cometh · The Essential Ozzy Osbourne · Prince of Darkness Singles "Crazy Train" · "Mr Crowley" · "Flying High Again" · "Over the Mountain" · "You Can't Kill Rock and Roll" · "Symptom of the Universe" (live) · "Iron Man/Children of the Grave" (live) · "Bark at the Moon" · "So Tired" · "Shot in the Dark" · "The Ultimate Sin" · "Crazy Train" (live) · "Miracle Man" · "Breaking All The Rules"  · "Crazy Babies"  · "Close My Eyes Forever" (with Lita Ford) · "No More Tears" · "Time After Time" · "Road to Nowhere" · "Mama, I'm Coming Home" · "Mr. Tinkertrain" · "Changes" (live) · "Perry Mason" · "See You On the Other Side" · "I Just Want You" · "Walk on Water" · "Back on Earth" · "Gets Me Through" · "Dreamer" · "Changes" (with Kelly Osbourne) · "Mississippi Queen" · "In My Life" · "I Don't Wanna Stop" · "Not Going Away" · "Black Rain" · "Let Me Hear You Scream" · "Life Won't Wait" · "How?" (Benefitting Amnesty International)  · "Let it Die" Other songs "11 Silver" · "The Almighty Dollar" · "Dee" · "Diary of a Madman" · "Hellraiser" · "My Little Man" · "S.A.T.O." · "Suicide Solution" Concert tours Blizzard of Ozz Tour (1980-1981)  · Scream World Tour (2010-present) Former band members Guitarists Randy Rhoads · Bernie Tormé · Brad Gillis · Jake E. Lee · Zakk Wylde · Steve Vai · Alex Skolnick · Joe Holmes · Jerry Cantrell Bassists Bob Daisley · Rudy Sarzo · Pete Way · Don Costa · Phil Soussan · Geezer Butler · Mike Inez · James LoMenzo · Robert Trujillo · Jason Newsted · Chris Wyse Drummers Lee Kerslake · Tommy Aldridge · Carmine Appice · Randy Castillo · Deen Castronovo · Mike Bordin · Brian Tichy Keyboardists Don Airey · Johnny Cook · Mike Moran · John Sinclair · Kevin Jones · Rick Wakeman · Michail Railo Related articles Band members · Discography · Aimee Osbourne · Black Sabbath · I Am Ozzy · Jack Osbourne · Ozzfest · Sharon Osbourne · Kelly Osbourne Persondata Name Appice, Carmine Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1946-12-15 Place of birth Date of death Place of death