Kon nichi wa, y'all! 


Our original composition Afro-Taiko features an African-style arrangement and a lead djembe drum, combined with the thundering power of traditional Japanese taiko drumming.
(Left to right: Kent Multer, Craig Shropshire, Martin McCall)

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taiko drummers            Dallas, Texas    USA

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What do you mean, "closed?"

Sorry, but at this time, KOBUSHI is not booking any more performances. Somehow I can't bring myself to say it's over. We're on an indefinite hiatus, but y'never know; we might start performing again some day. Recently, though, the drummers' muses have been taking them in different directions. It was time to close up shop. A big domo arigato to all our fans, clients, audiences, former group members, and lovers of rhythm who helped us have a fantastic 15-year run!

Fans of Craig Shropshire and Martin McCall can still find them playing together in their new group, Impending Bloom. And Martin, of course, is playing in more groups than I can keep track of! Check out his own Web site for details.

As for myself, for now, I'm free-lancing here and there. I'll always be a drummer, and I am looking at options to start a new group to play some other type of percussion music.

Sayonara! — Kent


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