About the Author
Charles Wilcoxon was once highest referred to as a teacher and for his a lot of publications, which included snare drum method books and solos. He began playing in local movie house when he was once eight years old, taught his first students when he was once 12, and at 14 was once touring with minstrel groups and movie orchestras. He after all settled on the Palace in Cleveland, Ohio where he played from 1922-33. Anecdotes abound concerning his teaching and the operation of his music store, the latter of which he began within the Great Depression of the 1930s. His most widely used works are The All American Drummer, Rudimental Swing Solos, Wrist and Finger Regulate and The Drummer on Parade.