Nashville-based percussionist, educator, and performer, Tom Hurst, announces the launch of his educational website, With a solid education behind him, having a Bachelor of Arts in Music and a Master of Arts in Music Education, as well as 30 years of teaching experience, Tom is a top-notch instructor. His extensive performance background puts a wealth of playing knowledge in your hands, whether it’s live performance or session work that interests you. Through, he puts his vast experience and entrepreneurial skills together in a format that makes drum lessons both convenient and affordable. For less than $10/month, you choose the content, the pace, and the time you want to practice. It’s like having a professional drum instructor on demand. If you prefer more personalized instruction, your private lesson is just a few clicks away. Drum lessons are the heart of the menu at, but how they’re served is up to you!

     Being a professional musician isn’t a one-size-fits-all endeavor. Class instruction, while a valuable method of learning, may only get you so far. To further your playing skills, and hone them in a manner that suits your objective, additional instruction is often necessary. Accessibility and affordability were two things lacking in the market, until now. Whether you’re in Tupelo or Tuscany, has you covered, and you won’t need a second job to cover the expense. Visit the website and tour the features. For a low monthly fee, you get to choose the video lessons that suit your taste and level of ability. New content is continually being added, so you’ll never run out of lessons or fresh music to whet your musical appetite. Still not where you want to be? Add a Skype lesson. Click on the menu tab and follow the simple steps to request your lesson. It’s an a la carte approach to becoming the drummer you want to be. You’re in good hands with Tom Hurst.

     HURST, TOM IN PURPLETom is a player’s player. He’s been blessed with a great amount of natural ability, but that hasn’t stopped him from pursuing his passion with a lot of sweat equity and continuing education. Growing up near Orlando, Florida, he became a Walt Disney World performer as a student, and continued his affiliation there for 20 years. He’s toured nationally with both country and pop artists for over 25 years, including: The Backstreet Boys, Wang Chung, Tracy Lawrence, Sister Hazel, Joe Nichols, Chuck Wicks, and many more. His session catalog encompasses over 100 albums for national and regional acts, such as: Fleetwood Mac, Sister Hazel, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Danny Wuerffel, and numerous others. His performance chops have spilled over into a love of teaching that goes back 30 years. He’s taught private lessons to over 400 students, conducted group classes and clinics, mentored and founded percussion ensembles, and been a teacher in the Metro Nashville public school system. His advanced degrees in Music and Music Education have given him a well-rounded view of the industry, the profession, and the methods through which to educate students of all ages and levels of ability. His goal is to pass his knowledge and experience on to those who have a passion for music and percussion, as he does.

    HURST, TOM WEBSITE PIC Tom Hurst has spent a lifetime studying and playing music, and is the manifestation of his love of learning in a pay it forward endeavor. He is a voracious learner, and will continue to pass that knowledge on to his students, as well as apply it to his playing and performance. Through, he puts his accumulated knowledge and experience in your hands. Whether you use it in literal translation of a lesson, note for note, or as a general guideline to inspire you to develop your own style, is up to you. Nothing replaces hard work in the pursuit of better skills, but this website is an exceptional tool to be used in the process. With its versatile content, convenient access, and unprecedented affordability, it’s the next big thing in music education. You won’t find a more qualified instructor for this low introductory price. Sign up today and start learning!


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