The characteristics that you should evaluate when buying drumsticks are:

  •  Quality of Wood: Opt for solid Woods with good resistance.  Quality drumsticks should: have well-distributed density; be free of knots, holes, and cracks; not be wet or warped; not have any other imperfections that may compromise  their use or durability.

 Wood Fibers: Fibers should be uniform from tip to butt without splinters or roughness.

•    Weight:  Each drumstick in the pair should be of equal weight unless purposely mismatched for special use – a rare exception!  This characteristic has great influence on the balance and uniformity of the timbres.

•    Length and Diameter: Test different models and see which gives you the best feeling in your hands and arms.  Thicker sticks are more durable but are not the best option for musical styles that require a lighter touch.  Talking about the length, we advise you to create a measure that is an “extension of your arms” to the drum kit.  Longer sticks will give you a longer reach but they will be heavier.

•    Tips:  Wood tips give a natural sound that is generally softer.  A good wood tip should have a well-defined circumference and be free of surface cracks.  Nylon tips produce a more brilliant sound, especially on the cymbals, and are more durable.  A good nylon tips should be well affixed be solid, without notable imperfections, and have a well-defined shape.

•    Balance:  A pair of drumsticks of equal weight is identified as “balanced”.  “Balanced” sticks give more control on both attack and rebound, and produce similar timbres.

•    “Feel”:  Hold the drumsticks the same way you will use them when you are playing to get the “feel” of the stick. Roll and tap each stick on a hard, flat surface like a counter or table .  Check the sound quality and vibration of each stick.  Don’t purchase sticks that sound hollow, buzz or vibrate, are cracked or crooked.  “Feel” if the pair gives you the desired comfort, control, sensitivity, sound quality, volume and good grip.  A good drumstick should give you at least most of the desired qualities.

  •  Signature Drumsticks:  If you find a model developed by your favorite drummer and want to try it out, remember that they should have exact sized listed so you can determine if they will fit your style.  Everything depends on your style while playing.  Even after all the specs and tips, the choice of your drumstick is very personal.  There are many professional drummers that use up to 3 different models.  Make a wise choice and choose the best stick that match your style!

Liverpool is the market leader because of the excellent cost-benefit!

You choose the wood.  Success chooses you.

Liverpool makes the best drumsticks in Brazil and uses only the finest raw materials. Get to know our noble and exotic woods and their special characteristics.

American Hickory

Flexible and high-impact resistant, hickory is the preferred wood of most drummers.  This wood is also considered by the majority of drummers to be the most comfortable during heavy striking.

It is characterized by a refined timbre that originates a full and versatile sound quality.


Superb characteristics of elasticity and density produce an intermediate and softer sound.

The lighter weight of the wood allows more agility and comfort for those who prefer a drumstick with larger diameter and grip. If you are thinking about cost-benefit, this is the best option to you.


Brazilian Wood

Purple Heart wood is heavy and hard, with an excellent resistance, beautiful and bright.  Long wearing drumstick with incredible, natural purple coloring, vibrant texture and great rebound.

Eco Jatobá

Eco Jatoba is a heavy wood with low flexibility and high resistance. The finish has a low luster and it is less smooth.  This drumstick creates a louder sound on the drums and bright definitions on cymbals.

detalhe madeira ecojatoba Eco Bio

Eco Bio is a heavy and hard wood that offers the ideal volume and attack for the drummer that prefers a stick with a smaller diameter and grip.   This wood has a high luster, medium texture, and excellent durability

detalhe madeira ecobio

Any drumstick, as good as it may be, has a lifespan according to the time of use and the way it is used.  However, accidents do happen!  Here are a few tips to help you avoid them:

1- When you get your drumsticks, check them over to make sure they do not have any cracks or are warped.  Stay away from sticks that have knots or small holes in the wood, especially on the neck or head.  The pair should be the same length, diameter and weight.  On nylon-tip sticks, the tip should be attached well.  Beware of sticks with humid wood evidenced by large stains, generally greenish.  The surface of the drumstick should not be rough, uneven, or have deep cracks.  The fibers of the wood (grain) should always run the length of the stick.  If the grain runs across, the drumstick will be much less durable.  To identify this problem, observe the ring-shaped or oblique marks along the stick.  Test the drumsticks by hitting them on a hard surface and feel the vibration.  Don’t accept sticks that sound hollow or cracked.

2- At home, in the studio and at shows, don’t store you sticks with anything heavy on them.  Avoid humidity and excessive heat.  If your hands perspire a lot when you play, when you finish, dry your drumsticks with a clean cloth.  Don’t leave your sticks in the direct sun and don’t dry them in the oven!  Leave wet sticks in the shade with good ventilation.

3- As soon as you finish playing, put your drumsticks away in the sleeve.  If you don’t have the sleeve, use a rubber band or anything to keep the pair together.  Playing sticks that have the same amount of use helps to make them last longer.

4- While every drummer has their own stroke and technique according to their musical style, don’t forget that the thinner drumstick, like the 7A, generally can’t take the heavy striking force.  They are made for a softer touch, like jazz, lighter and quicker.  For heavy styles, like hard rock, use a thicker stick like the 5A, 5B, 3A, 2B…

5- Study different rudimentary techniques and their application.  It is quite probable that you can get good volume without too much striking force on both your drumsticks and drumheads making both last longer!



Butt (Grip):  The butt - let’s call it the grip – is the place where you hold the drumstick measuring approximately 130mm (5”).  Liverpool carries various models with rubberized paint allowing for a more secure grip.  A good stick is rounded at the end for a comfortable grip in the palm of the hands.  Furthermore, it is also important that the entire stick is perfectly cylindrical, without deformities like cracks or splinters, so it rotates evenly while used.  Many drummers play with the stick inverted striking with the butt end for a louder, heavier and deeper sound.

Shaft:  The shaft is the main part of the drumstick.  The proper length and the diameter, along with the weight of the stick, will facilitate the function desired for each particular musical genre.  Other important factors are flexibility and resistance.  For example, rock drummers usually prefer a heavier drumstick with a longer shaft that can resist the constant and heavy contact with the rims of the drums while jazz drummers opt for lighter sticks with a shorter overall length.

Shoulder:  The shoulder of the drumstick is where the taper begins; just between the shaft and the neck of the drumstick.  The position of the shoulder will determine the balance point of the stick and the amount of pressure that will be directed to the drums and cymbals.

Neck:  This part of the drumstick creates important characteristics.  The longer the stick is, more flexibility and rebound it will be.  Those with shorter or thicker necks created less flexibility and rebound but allow more striking force and volume on the strike.  Make sure the neck is properly formed as it is the area that has the most wear and tear.

Tip:  The tip is the link between the drummer’s movements and the quality of the sound that is produced.  The tip should be dense and resistant as it is the main point of contact (on a stick with tips) with both the drums and the cymbals. It’s function is extremely delicate for this reason the project each model is studied and the turning must be perfect.

Liverpool offers drumsticks with many types of tips.  Select you drumstick in our site and learn about the format and sound produced by each one.


Richard Bondan

From Criciúma / SC
Professional musician for 20 years
Areas of expertise
➤ Drum Course Coordinator at Rafael Bastos Music School;
➤ Development of Methodology for the Musical Teaching of the Instrument;
➤ Drummer from “Ozz Estúdio de Criação Musical”;
➤ Drummer of Musical Projects:
Band Get Back (Pop / Rock), Liverpool
Project (Tribute to the Beatles) and Soul Zeppelin
(Led Zeppelin tribute);
➤ Didactic Workshops;
➤ Organizer of the “Florianópolis Battery Orchestra”;
➤ Developer of battery products.

Brief history
Since he was a child, he already showed great interest in the battery, but started his journey in
music playing the keyboard (aged 13); the switch from the keyboard to the battery happened
naturally (at 14), as the keyboard was not his preference.
Along with the instrument change, there was rapid development and in the first year of
learning, stood out in his music school, where he did the main number of the show of the
that year. Along with the rapid development, several invitations began to appear
touch; with these invitations, the thirst for new possibilities has only increased. Of several
local teachers were part of its trajectory, but we can highlight some of the renowned
like Vera Figueiredo and Kiko Freitas.
The band Quarteto Banho de Lua, formed by veteran musicians from the Santa Catarina scene, made an invitation
(in 1999) to get the drumsticks. From the moment of your entry until your departure in (2013)
14 years have passed, always with crowded houses and competent shows. In this period,
in parallel to the activities of the Moon Bath Room, he was invited to participate in the
singer Marcelo Nova (former singer of the band Camisa de Vênus); singer Charles Master (ex
lead singer of the band TNT), and singer Vander Wildner (former lead singer of the band Os Replicantes),
accompanied the singer Armandinho in concert, besides being part of the Brazilian Pink Floyd
tribute to Pink Floyd do Brasil) and the band Coda.
The Bath of Moon Quartet even recorded an authorial single (composed by Richard Bondan in
partnership with Alexandre Green) called “Agora Tudo Vai Mudar” (can be checked at the link:

Eight years ago he decided to pass on the knowledge acquired and started teaching some
private lessons. Six years ago, he organized his schedule and decided to teach in schools of
music from the region.
In 2013, he left the Bath Moon Quartet; from this moment, in parallel to the work
as a music educator, he started to organize the event “ORQUESTRA DE BATERIAS DE
FLORIANÓPOLIS ”, which currently has more than 250 participants registered for the edition of
September 2016
Still in 2013 he set up the Soul Zeppelin project, with the goal of bringing back all the
magical atmosphere that Led Zeppelin transmitted to the public at their concerts.
In 2014 he founded the Liverpool Project, with the aim of interpreting the Beatles' work at the Cavern Club in
In 2015 he was invited to do some shows with the veteran band GET BACK (26 years old), where
The following month he received the invitation and definitely took the drumsticks.
Current works:
Liverpool Project Band project that
in 2015, at the invitation of CAVERN CLUB de Buenos Aires (branch of the Cavern Club in Liverpool, aim of creating the band), opened and closed Beatle Week (Largest Beatle Festival in Latin America) at Cavern Club Argentino;
➤ Banda Soul Zeppelin that in three years of existence, already has a DVD recorded (will be released in
November 2016) and today is considered the best tribute to Led Zeppelin in Brazil.
Get Band Get Back Band
26 years on the road, with operations across the country; Get Back performs an average of 110 shows a year;
➤ Coordination of the Drum Course at the Rafael Bastos Music School Taking care of everything
pedagogical course, in addition to preparing teachers and attracting new students and partners to the school;
➤ Florianópolis Drum Orchestra Creator and Organizer of the biggest drum event
Southern Brazil, which in 2016 will become the largest drummer gathering in Brazil, with over
250 confirmed registrations.
In these twenty-four years (20 as a professional), he recorded more than 10 CDs and recorded 2
DVDs; is currently finishing the drum recording process of the singer, songwriter and
bassist Robson Dias.
It was endorsed by the brands Kickport International (2 years) and KR Custom Drums (6 years); today with
KR Drums, helps to develop new products like Sub Kick for the capture of
bass frequencies.
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Wagner Santos

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Vinícius Alves Figueiredo, Registro No. 6.855 (OMB), baterista profesional de 26 años. Actualmente reside en Belo Horizonte -BH- Brasil.


Vinícius Alves Figueiredo nació en Teixeira de Freitas - BA, Brasil, en 1989. Luego de su nacimiento, su familia se mudó a Aracruz - ES, Brasil. El primer encuentro con la batería fue a los cuatro años, (“amor a primera vista”). Era algo tan fuerte que cuando llegó a casa, tomó las ollas de su madre y allí comenzó un fuerte vínculo con el instrumento.
Con el tiempo, Figueiredo empezó a llamar la atención por su gran talento en relación a su edad. A los ocho años apareció la primera oportunidad de jugar en grupo. Se unió a la banda de la Iglesia Presbiteriana de Brasil en Aracruz-ES. Fue un momento sumamente importante, ya que allí se crearon las raíces de su carrera musical.
Años después, sus padres se dieron cuenta de la necesidad de invertir en este talento que llamaba la atención de todos, por lo que iniciaron sus clases con Odair Santana y RobelyViza, momentos que fueron cruciales para su carrera, porque además de lidiar con temas técnicos, tu personaje.

A los quince, Vinicius hizo su primer trabajo profesional, trabajando con grabaciones de CD y shows en la región.

En busca de cursos musicales, que Aracruz no ofrecía, el músico asistió a la ciudad de Vitória durante dos años y allí estudió con Luiger Lima, coordinador del curso IP&T (EM&T). Luego de ese período, Vinicius se trasladó a Belo Horizonte - MG, donde se incorporó a CTMDT (Centro de Formación Ministerial Ante el Trono) y Bituca (Universidad de Música Popular Bituca).


Instituto Luiger Lima Batería y Percusión
Seminarios en IP&T (Instituto de Percusión y Tecnología).
CTMDT (Centro de formación ministerial ante el trono)
Clases con: Lincoln Cheib (Milton Nascimento), André Limão (Toninho Horta), Douglas Las Casas, Kiko freitas entre otros.
Talleres con Kiko Freitas, Claudio Infante y otros.
Graduado en Bituca (Universidad de Música Popular).

Grabaciones de CD / Clip / DVD:

Breno Tonon


Pr. Carlos Cancela

Samuel Silveira



Augusto Nogueira

Mesías Gusmao

Pr. Antonio Cirilo - Canción de la eternidad

Israel Salazar

Marine de Almeida

Entre muchos otros ... (* se registraron más de 130 registros ...)



Programa Lugar Secreto - Nivea Soares

Programa Santa Geração - Antônio Cirilo



Delante del trono

Pr. Manga (Ex - Oficina G3)

Joe Vasconcelos

Pr. Judson de Oliveira

Israel Salazar (ante el trono)

Asaph Borba

Adhemar de Campos

Nivea Soares

Pr. Antônio Cirilo




ViníciusFigueiredo - Big Drum Bonanza 2014 Theme Song Play Along Entrada al concurso

ViníciusFigueiredo - "Apocalypso" (DaveWeckl)



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Thiago Sena dos Santos

He born on 10/02/1989 Redenção PA, Drummer Always interested in music. He started playing at the age of 11 in the church, took classes for three years and started playing professionally at the age of 15.
Studied at EMB - Music School of Brasília.
Thiago has several influences in his musical formation. The names he is inspired by are: Carlos Bala, Kiko Freitas, and Cuca Teixeira, Eric Moore, Vinnier Colaiuta, benny greb and Thomas Lang where he accompanied a great musical experience in Goiânia.
He is a Christian and a large part of his musical performance is focused on contemporary Christian music.
He has played with several artists and bands. Those who most marked him were: Marcela Taís - RJ, Bruno Branco - MG, Helvio Sodré - DF, Milena Ângelo - DF, Banda Renovo - DF, Júnior Neguebe - DF, Arena Louvor - DF, marquinhos gomes - RJ, Carlinhos Felix - SP, Aline Barros - RJ, Singer Júlio Cesar - SP, Singer Rodrigo Messer sertanejo, Roniel and Rafael - DF, Ouvir e Crer Ministry - GO Had some endorses Arborea cymbals and Drumsticks Arbórea Diza hard case, Zion Cymbals br.
Today he gives classes, makes recordings and Workshops, Master class.

Currently Official Drummer Banda Duoroots - DF and does freelance shows, online recordings and workshops all over Brazil!

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Roberto César

Gerson Lima Son born in Indaiatuba is a professional drummer, graduated from IP&T (Institute of Percussion and Technology) acting as a teacher, studio musician and sideman.

He has accompanied artists such as Afonso Nigro (Ex-Domino), Luiza Possi, Fernanda Abreu, Kid Vinil, Paulo Miklos (ex Titãs), Women in Accords, Léo Maia, Altemar Dutra Filho, Toquinho, George Israel (Kid Abelha) among others.

He participated in several specialized drum festivals: Festival Modern Drummer (2006), Revista Bateria & Percussão (2008), Festival Odery (2010), among others.

He was a columnist for the biggest site in the drum scene: Portal "" (2006-2009) and also a columnist for the extinct specialized magazine "Modern Drummer Brasil" (2012-2016).

In 2014 he released his first DVD entitled "Plantão GF - Viradas Rock" which had a lot of repercussion in the specialized media.

In 2015 the great American educator Dom Famularo quoted Gerson in an article in the Modern Drummer Americana magazine where he wrote about: "Drummers you should know when visiting these countries".

In Brazil Dom Famularo mentioned twenty drummers, among them: Aquiles Priester, Edu Ribeiro, Kiko Freitas, Vera Figueiredo, Douglas De Las Casas, etc.

Gerson is also an endorser of some products and was a precursor on Youtube, where since 2006 he has the channel "Gerson Lima Filho Videos" with more than 53 thousand subscribers / 6 million views, posting material with tips for drummers weekly.

Currently plays with his power trio Alien Groove (formed in 2004), who has already recorded two CDs and with Rodrigo Andreiuk Trio (pianist) who in 2017 recorded the “Brazilian Symphonic Phantasy” with the Budapest Budapest / Hungary Symphony Orchestra.) and with the play, the Trio won the “Global Music Awards Bronze Medal”.

He has been teaching in particular since 1999, for any age group, having his own methodology, developed to meet the needs of each student

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Pablo Diego

Born in São Gonçalo-RJ in 1990, he had his first contact with the Battery at the age of 14. His first teacher was the drummer / symphonic percussionist, Marcelo Vieira.

He also studied with:

Marcio Bahia
Claudio Infante
Rafael Barata
Williams Mello
Damaso Cerruti

Played and recorded with:

Dalto (Mpb)
Rayssa and Ravel (gospel)
Daniel Boaventura (pop / jazz)
Michael Sullivan (mpb)
Loalwa Braz (Kaoma group) lambada
Brazilian 2wins (USA)

Rolf Erik Nysrom (NOR)
Per Olav Kobberstad (NOR)
Ze Canuto
Dino Rangel Trio
Osmar Milito

Currently on tour with Ludmilla

Sponsored by: Pearl, Turkish, GavazziCase, Vinyl Drums and FSA

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Maikon Jonas Ponath
Age: 33 years
Place of birth: Corupá - Santa Catarina - Brazil
Maikon Ponath
Education: Degree in Music UFRGS - 2012; Specialization in Music Education Faculdade São Fidelis - Grupo Censupeg 2016.
He began his musical studies in 1994, being initially instructed by his brother, soon afterwards he entered the music school of Corupá Jazz Band Elite, where he learned to play the trumpet and took music theory classes which became very important in his musical development. . With the direction of Professor Maestro José Sluminsky, still in his adolescence, he participated in the years 1999 and 2002 of the International Festival of Bands and Fanfare in Mellipila, Chile.
In 2003 he began his studies at the Donaldo Ritzmann School of Music in São Bento do Sul, supervised by Professor Abel Hack, obtaining the certification in the fundamental study granted by the institution. In 2007 he enrolled in the Higher Music Course at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, at the São Bento do Sul center - SC Graduating in 2012, obtaining the title of Music Licensee. In 2016 I concluded his Specialization in Music Teaching in the Postgraduate Course in Music Education at Faculdade São Fidelis - Censupeg.
Still in 2004 He joined the Jaraguá do Sul Philharmonic Orchestra as a scholarship student where he took classes with professor Márcio Szulak where he was presenting the world of orchestral percussion, until today he remains in the group's casting. Since 2014, this orchestra has presented the Caminhos da Música Series, where it travels the state of Santa Catarina with the POP Concerts series, where with a structure of Light and Image and Differentiated Repertoire, it aims to present the Orchestra Music in a different format with the In order to form an audience, this series of concerts has already traveled beyond Jaraguá do Sul to the cities of Joinville, Florianópolis, Blumenau, Itajaí, São Bento do Sul, Balneário Camboriú and Joaçaba, among others.
Participated in music festivals such as FEMUSC - Santa Catarina Music Festival where he had the opportunity to study with professors Michael Rosen (USA), Carmo Bartolini (BRA), Eduardo Gianesella (BRA), Pedro Carneiro (POR), Eduardo Leandro (BRA), Fábio Oliveira (BRA), In 2016 He was invited to be a teacher in the FEMUSC YOUTH Course, in this which is one of the largest Music Festivals in the Americas.
Since 2012 he has been working as a teacher of music and instrumental practices at Colégio Evangélico Jaraguá connected to the Synodal Education Network (Lutheran School) in the city of Jaraguá do Sul. working in partnership with the other professors of the Institution. Since 2012 he has been working as a Drum and Percussion Teacher at ENCORE - National Meeting of Instrumental Sets of the Education Synodal Network, promoted by the Education Synodal Network.
He participated in the 2014 - 2015 Seasons of the Orquestra Cidade de Joinville as a Drummer - Percussionist and also as a teacher giving music workshops to the Joinville City Community - SC. He participated in several concerts, and in the Itinerante Itinerante project, which aimed at promoting art in the community of the City of Joinville and the northern region of SC.
In the years 2016 and 2018 He participated as a Percussion Teacher in the Femusc Jovem Program at the Santa Catarina Music Festival - Femusc.
In 2017 and 2018, he worked in the School Bands Program of the Jaraguá do Sul City Hall, which aims to provide musical learning opportunities for children and young people in the Jaraguá do Sul Municipal Education Network.

In 2018 he took the position of Professor of Drums at the Sociedade Cultura Artística de Jaraguá do Sul, an important cultural and musical center in Santa Catarina. SCAR is the stage where Femusc takes place, within SCAR it acts directly in the music-pedagogical project Música, Para Todos and SCAR Youth Orchestra in addition to teaching in the music school in the form of private drum lessons.
Currently, besides his teaching career, he is developing a musician's career as a percussionist in the Jaraguá do Sul Philharmonic Orchestra, and a drummer acting as a freelance musician in concerts and recordings.


Lulu Batera

He was born in Recife-PE in 1983 and started playing drums from a very young age, influenced by his father Mario, who was a drummer in the classic band TERRA SECA in 1997.

In 2000, he formed his first band, DARK VISION, in which he had the opportunity to get to know a show routine and improve his technique, since he is self-taught, and has always stood out in the musical environment of Recife for presenting an enormous intimacy with the instrument.

Over time he was invited to compose several other bands of varying styles. With these he made several shows in other states (RN, BA, PB, AL, CE, SP), participating in TV programs, interviews in newspapers and zines, radio programs and etc ...

He is an artist recognized in the Recife scene, not only as a musician, but also for his work as drum tech on stage, performing in great shows such as the German SCORPIONS, among others. He has already participated in the opening act of the bands, Torture Squad, Ratos de Porão, Andralls, NervoChaos, Exodus, Hellbenders, Brujeria, Nação Zumbi, NX0, Lenine, Raimundos, Edson Gomes, Alceu Valença, etc.

Currently playing as a musician hired by other artists of the local scene, both in concert and in recordings, acting strongly in the nights of Pernambuco.

Lulu Batera has just released his solo CD, "On the Road", which features great musicians such as: guitarist Robertinho from Recife, Antônio Araújo (Korzus) and much more. This album was composed and produced by Lulu himself, has nine songs that he recorded the base guitars, bass, guitar and drums. Already available on most digital platforms.

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Leo Batera

Leonardo Feitosa de Castro, known as “Léo Batera” was born in the city of Feira de Santana in Bahia, on the 8th of June 1992.

In childhood, at the encouragement of his parents, he began to take an interest in music. Son of accordion player and brother specialized in audio, “Léo” identified himself with the Battery, (it was love at first sight). Self-taught, he started to take himself seriously, so he tried to specialize deeply and play this fantastic instrument, the drums. As a child, he accompanied his father in the city shows and balls with the band (that his father was a businessman) “SOM LIVRE", and in the intervals of the band “Léo” he gave his “private show” thus arousing his father's interested look, who soon put him to play officially in his band, doing shows all over Bahia.

Thus, the musical career of “Léo Batera” started very early, making him a musician at an early age, and was not long in demand by many Bahian bands.

His father Cicero ended the band, however, Leo continued his career, playing in other
bands and also standing out by taking firm steps in the recording area,
so called: “Studio Mouse”.

Today, at the age of 25, Léo has an extensive curriculum of recordings and participation in bands of different musical styles. From the axé (Gospel) of the singer Irmão Lázaro to the arrocha of the singer Tayrone (where he accompanied him for three years, playing and recording in Studio. The curriculum also includes: Banda Asas Livres, singer Osnir Alves (Arrocha Sertanejo) Banda Conect (Pagode Galeguinho SPA (Sertanejo Universitário), Swing Gospel Band (Pagode Gospel) tracing in their musical profile a range of rhythms, making it diversified.

Currently, Léo follows the work in his Recording Studio (Conexão Studio), shows, freelance, and workshops. In the midst of this, they also keep their social networks in full swing. An example of this is his channel on “You tube”, which today has more than 10 million views and numbers over 51 thousand subscribers. From a curious child, to an excellent music professional and passionate drummer.

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Kayrone Reis, born on August 7, 1995 in Maceió Alagoas. He grew up in an evangelical cradle, showing an early interest in the drums when he saw his father playing and rehearsing in the churches. Still in childhood he started playing drums. At the age of 13 Kayrone decides to study the instrument in depth and want to live on music. At 17 Kayrone begins his professional career. It is important to note that from the beginning, he had the support of his family.

In addition to Gravacões Kayrone played with several artists from Alagoas such as: Eduardo Mello, Ultima Carta, Barsílio S, Caio bay, Santaffe, Xatrez, Millenium Orchestra, Pv.mello among others.

In March 2017 he received the invitation to play with the singer and composer Mano Walter where he is part of this family currently showing his work to all Brazil / World.


- Instagram @kayronereis


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