Cloud Cult is hiring -- be the band's next drummer
Photo by Erik Hess
Passionate percussionists: Your chance to join the fervent ranks of Cloud Cult is now. The band just placed a want ad on its Facebook page seeking applicants to take over as drummer. (Sorry live painters, all of those positions are still currently occupied.)
Audition applications to fill the role held by Arlen Peiffer, who also plays skins for Caroline Smith, will be accepted until July 7. Check out the full details of the posting below.
Cloud Cult Seeks Drummer
Cloud Cult, an independent touring orchestral rock band, will be holding auditions in early July for a professional drummer. The individual should have flexibility in their schedule to be available approximately 10 days per month (sometimes more and sometimes less) for shows, rehearsals and recording. The ideal candidate would be a dynamic & creative player with touring experience, ability to perform with an in-ear-monitor system, capable of learning drum lines quickly by ear, and ability to perform a wide variety of drumming styles, including use of limited auxiliary percussion. This is a paid and long term position and would require the individual to be located in either the Twin Cities or the Viroqua/La Crosse Driftless region. Applications for auditions will be accepted until Monday, July 7. Position will begin immediately following auditions in mid-July. For more info, contact [email protected]
Best of luck, timekeepers!
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