West End's Tim Goodyer joins Sakae Drums Artist Roster
Tim Goodyer is currently the drummer for Disney’s sell-out show ‘Aladdin’ at the Prince Edward Theatre London. He previously worked for South Park creators’ hit show ‘The Book Of Mormon’ and before that a two-year run of the Dreamworks Animation production of ‘Shrek the Musical’ at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. His other shows have included ‘Dirty Dancing’, ‘Saturday Night Fever’, ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’, ‘Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ and he was the original drummer for the London production of the award-winning ‘Avenue Q’.
He has also played in ‘Mamma Mia’, ‘Grease’, ‘The Lion King’, ‘Beautiful Game’, ‘Kiss Me Kate’, ‘Fame’, ‘Footloose’, ‘Anything Goes’, ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’, ‘We Will Rock You’ and played drums for dance rehearsals for the stars of the Rob Marshall movie ‘Nine’ with Nicole Kidman.
Tim has played for a host of musical talent including Michael Ball, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Elaine Paige, Sarah Brightman, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, playing at such venues as The Royal Opera House, Hampton Court Palace, the Cannes Film Festival and the Royal Academy of Music.
Goodyer commented on his appointment, ‘I love the Trilogy series because they are versatile enough to cover all the styles I play. They produce a beautiful warm and, most importantly musical, tone which sound engineers seem to really appreciate, in both recording and live situations. I''m really honoured to be a part of the Sakae family.’
Tim Goodyer plays a Sakae Trilogy proprietary Maple/Poplar/Maple 3-ply shell kit in a Mint Oyster Pearl finish. 4-ply North American Maple reinforcement rings at the top and bottom of the shell help to dry the sustain and keep the ultra-thin shell in round.
Goodyer’s profile on the Sakae website: sakaedrums.com/en/artists/tim_goodyer
Sakae Drums are distributed in the U.K. by SVM Percussion.
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