Keeping the Beat Alive: Drum Pioneer Remo Belli
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Remo Belli’s career started during World War II, when the domestic depletion in manpower enabled him to launch his career as a professional drummer at age 16. It continued in 1957, as Remo launched his Hollywood drum store, making the backbeat of the rock’n'roll explosion more accessible to everyone. And it continues to this day, as the 83-year old entrepreneur remains on the cutting edge of drumhead technology, supplying the skins and the parts for drummers the world over. Remo talks with “The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris about how the simple love of drumming spurred an iconic brand in the music industry.