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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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drummerdrum‧mer /ˈdrʌmə $ -ər/ ●○○ noun [countable]  APMsomeone who plays drums
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drummerBut he had always had a wish to join the Army, and at sixteen he enlisted as a drummer boy.The three other blokes are Noel, a guitarist, Mike, a bassist and Fergal, a drummer.Voice over Fire Noise was formed a year ago; a few jugglers and drummers got together.Pete La Roca Sims demonstrated what it took, years ago, to be a great drummer, which he was.Guitarist Parks was replaced by keyboard player Steve Gurl, while yet another new drummer was recruited-Andy Ebsworth.But Perot marches to his own drummer.The tiny drummer Zachary is 11, singer Taylor is 13 and guitarist Isaac is 16.She did considerable freelance work while establishing her trio, eventually playing regularly with drummer Steve Davis and several excellent bassists.
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