The Mad Drummer Show is a musical comedy concert, based on the worldwide viral video “This Drummer Is At The Wrong Gig!”
When throwback singer Rick K. needs a drummer on short notice, he’s forced to take the first man available. That’s where The Mad Drummer, AKA Steve Moore, is only too happy to “help.” While Rick is busy entertaining the audience, The Mad Drummer is causing havoc with his tornado like percussive gymnastics. As Rick does his best to hold the show together, Steve is set on creating an evening of musical mayhem! Will they be able to pull off the performance of their life or will The Mad Drummer be the last curtain call for them all?
Backed by an exciting ensemble of musicians, the duo recreates the era of the classic variety show in the zany, high energy style that only they can. The show is highlighted by Steve and Rick’s unique musical and comedic timing. Imagine Keith Moon or Tommy Lee sitting in with Wayne Newton, and you know it’s a time bomb waiting to go off! Dean Martin & Barry Mannilow? Or will it be ZZ Top & Judas Priest? Who will win?
DRUMMER IS An
50 Million | Views
seen by over 50 million
people thanks to a viral
video on YOUTUBE
YouTube: This Drummer Is At The Wrong Gig!
IT STARTED WITH A VIDEO…
After a random fan uploaded a video on YouTube entitled “This Drummer Is At The Wrong Gig,” Steve Moore’s life would never be the same.
The video immediately went viral receiving over 5 million views in less than one month. Even Mike Portnoy (drummer for Dream Theater, Avenged Sevenfold) tweeted about Steve Moore saying “O MY GOD….This guy RULES!! I have a new hero.”
Within weeks, Steve was recognized by Drummerworld, Modern Drummer, Tosh.0, and Yahoo. He was the topic of every drum forum on the web. Steve has since appeared on NBC, The Bio Channel, and TV Total. He has also performed in Germany, Russia, Belgium and Austria, as well as countless dates in The United States.
#1 MOST UNDERRATED
DRUMMER IN ROCK
Worldwide | Exposure
PERFORMANCES IN GERMANY,
RUSSIA, AUSTRIA, BELGIUM,
AND THE UNITED STATES
Appearance On TV Total (Germany)
The Mad Drummer appeared on Germany’s #1 late night talk show, “TV TOTAL with Stefan Raab,” Steve and Rick were honored to perform with their star studded house band, “The Heavytones.” to a national TV audience!
The Mad Drummer performed to an enthusiastic crowd at The Philharmonic in Kursk City, Russia. Portions of the show were televised by TV 46 to more than 500,000 residents in the Kursk Oblast region. Interviews were broadcast on radio station Petpo FM 105.4 with Evgeniya Kalinin.
Steve had the honor of performing at “The Adams Drummers Festival” in Belgium. Some of the other performers included, Benny Greb, Mark Schulman, Keith Carlock, and Thomas Lang. As a special treat, Steve closed the show together with Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater, Avenged Sevenfold, Winery Dogs).
THIS IS NOT POSSIBLE,
THAT A HUMAN BEING CAN DO THAT
TV Total (Germany)
Seen On | NBC
SEEN BY MILLIONS ON
THE AMERICAN COMEDY
TELEVISION SHOW THE OFFICE
Appearance On The Office
“Pam’s Replacement” is the seventh episode of the eight season of the American comedy television series The Office, and the show’s 159th episode overall. The episode aired on NBC in the United States, with guest stars Lindsey Broad and Steve Moore (The Mad Drummer).
CEO Robert California (James Spader) surprises Andy, Kevin, and Darryl when he asks to join their band after he finds them having a jam session in the warehouse. Soon thereafter, California’s friends, (Lindsey Broad and Steve Moore), arrive and take over the original band. At this point Kevin (Brian Baumgartner) challenges Steve Moore to a drum battle.
The episode received 5.96 million views when aired.
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Commercial | For Advil
FEATURED IN A
COMMERCIAL FOR ADVIL
The Mad Drummer was recently featured in a commercial for Advil. The commercial aired nationally for months, and was seen by millions across the United States.
The obvious question might be, “Does Steve actually use Advil?” The answer is YES. The Mad Drummer has used Advil for many years, claiming it helps him with shoulder pain.