Legendary Drummer Jimmy Strassburg Offers Lessons In Boca Raton

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Jimmy Strassburg, legendary drummer, is offering drum lessons in Boca Raton — his home.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We never know what we’ll learn when the phone rings in the BocaNewsNow.com newsroom — and today is no exception. There’s a famous drummer who calls Boca Raton home and offering drum lessons!

If you’ve been hoping to play like Jimmy Strassburg of Sly and the Family Stone, why not take lessons from Jimmy Strassburg?!

Boca Raton is Jimmy’s home. He’s lived here two decades and is now available to teach you how to play like a rock star.

Strassburg is a recording legend, having played with artists like Quincy Jones, David Liebman, Pee Wee Ellis, Enrico Rava, Billy Preston, Esther Phillips, Jimmy Cobb, Gotham, Gas Mask and more.

Strassburg tells BocaNewsNow.com, “I’m looking for students who have a desire to learn how to play. I can give them the necessary technique to play any kind of music they love.”

Call Jimmy at 561-860-6761 to learn more.

Here’s Jimmy with Sly Stone in “I Get High On You.”



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