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Mark Schulman - Rockstar Drummer

Mark Schulman has enjoyed an unprecedented career over the last 30 years as a first-call drummer for world-class rock and pop artists. He has been voted "Top 3 Pop-Rock Drummers" in the 2014 and 2019 Modern Drummer Reader’s Poll and was the featured cover artist in the May 2019 issue. Mark has done four record-breaking world tours with P!NK. Mark has also played with Cher since 1999 including her two biggest tours. 

Mark’s resume reads like a “who’s who” of international Rock n’ Roll royalty including acts such as Billy Idol, Foreigner, Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks, Beyonce’, and so many other world–class artists. He has drummed with Velvet Revolver at Ozzfest and for a crowd of 225,000 at Glastonbury Festival with Simple Minds. Mark has appeared on nearly every American, European, and Australian variety show including The Grammys, David Letterman, The Tonight Show, Conan O’Brian, Jon Stewart, American Idol, Paul O’ Grady, X-Factor, Wetten Das, The Arias, and more. 
Mark's book Conquering Life’s Stage Fright shows people in all industries how to harness doubt, fear, and anxiety as it relates to any performance or presentation and transform that into clarity, capability, and confidence. Mark's book is available on and Guitar Center. But now … Mark is writing his second book on the power of ATTITUDE utilizing a groundbreaking formula: Attitude x Behavior = Consequence! Mark and his writing partner, Dr. Jim Samuels have interviewed Rockstar performers in all industries on how attitude has driven behavior and produced consequences in their lives. 

Mark now spends a great deal of his time as an international corporate speaker for clients such as American Express, Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Cisco, Aveda, Kaiser, NCAA, Optus (Australia), and more. Tune in to learn more about Mark Schulman and his rockstar lessons.

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