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Celtic Rock Drummer Cat Doersch: ‘That Is How I Measure Success…By What Brings Me Joy’

Cat Doersch performs at Bush Gardens as a cave woman - Photo courtesy of Lynn Hales

Celtic rock artist Cat Doersch says one of the few things she has ever been so sure of is her lifelong love affair with the drums. Take a look at her passionate, riveting performances, where she becomes one with the instrument, and it becomes clear that they were made for each other. Join contributing writer Cynthia Gross as she connects with Cat Doersch to learn Doersch’s favorite song to perform with The American Rogues, the most important lesson she learned in order to be successful as a female drummer, and the story behind her affectionate nickname, “Hammer of God.”

Seth Balestrieri Contends with Ghosts and Ghouls in ‘No Good Company’

Seth Balestrieri "No Good Company"

Recent Articles By Cynthia Gross On October 29, Chelmsford, Massachusetts-based artist Seth Balestrieri released “No Good Company” ft. Mikeysomething, a fun, spooky, Latin-influenced track that’s primed and ready for Halloween season – ghosts, ghouls, and all. The track is the sixth single from Balestrieri’s upcoming album, The Lover and The Fighter. Balestrieri notes that he […]