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Tammy Mitchell-Woods

 Tammy Mitchell-Woods is a drummer with a home-base of Tulsa Oklahoma and is an independent artist.

She is signed with Heartbeat Percussion (cymbals), Coopergroove Precision Drum Sticks, Ahead Wicked Chops Practice Pads, Sledgepad, The Sweet Spots Drum Dampeners and Pray With Drums Gear. In 2017 she was interviewed for a feature article with Women in International Music, was featured in the Rockin Drummers section of Metal Mag, was interviewed for a feature article with Oklahoma Artists Magazine, and in Jan 2018 was contacted by Joe Gangus at ‘Round the Kit Drum Talk Radio out of New York. She will be on his show Feb 11th. Dan Shinder from Drum TalkTv has shared her videos several times and will be doing a full in person interview with her in the spring.

She also started a group on Facebook for female drummers a few months ago and it now has almost 700 drummers from  over 60 countries! She is also going to be leading a drummers weekend for her group, Drummergirls United, in Tulsa in the spring. This will be Masterclasses, and a whole lot more with Drum Talk Tv covering part of it and partnering with other female drummer lead organizations.

She is going on tour with Beth Ogden, an artist out of Nashville, this year as well. She
plays drums for Beacon Drive in Tulsa, is the staff drummer at Southern Hills Baptist Church on 56th and Lewis in Tulsa on Sundays and plays on Monday nights at Asbury United Methodist Church in Tulsa at Celebrate Recovery.

Tammy has recently started teaching a few students during the week in her home studio and is planning to expand to include Skype students in 2018.

Darla Rae Perlozzi

Hailing from Youngstown, Ohio, has 43 years of playing experience, she is also highly educated in music composition, arrangement and orchestration. Darla had the privilege to work as the drummer, bandleader, road manager and head of fan club operations for country music duo "The Lynn's", the daughters of Loretta Lynn, for three years early in her career. Darla was signed as an artist on Asylum/Curb Records from 2003-2006 and has numerous endorsements. These endorsements include Mapex Drums, Pro-Mark Drumsticks, Sabian Cymbals, Evans Drumheads. Through her touring experiences, Darla has had the opportunity to share her musical talents in many different countries including playing for our troops overseas, the King of Morocco, and playing in Switzerland, Italy, Paris, Greece, Norway and Japan to name a few. In 2005, Darla was asked to play on the Country Music Awards with Terri Clark.

In 2007 she received a gold record for her song she had co-written "Loud" that was a single release by country music artists Big & Rich on their album "Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace." She has played for Daryle Singletary, John Ford Coley, Lorrie Morgan, Mila Mason, to name a few. To date, Darla has had many esteemed accomplishments during her career, including the Congressional Record of Honor, Who’s Who in Music, Who’s Who in the World, and Who’s Who amongst Women. She currently owns and runs Misstyx Studio, an Artist Management company, Booking Agency, her own Record Label, (Big Bucks Records), two Publishing Company’s and teaches young drummers coming up and gives Clinics. She is currently on tour as Mark Chesnutt’s drummer.