Band/drummer film, single or video
Bow Wow Wow - "Go wild in the country", "I want candy" and others. (early 80's)
Simple minds - The waterfront. (early 80's)
Classic nuvon - single. (early 80's)
Gary Numan Band - Drummer Chris Slade early 80's & mid 80's.
Uriah Heep - Drummer Chris Slade mid 80's.
Keith Moon - Used them on one (or possibly the last film of the who playing together) Channel 4, late 70's.
John Bonham - played them at the Paul McCartney super sessions Abey road studios late 70's.
Nicko McBrain - Wrote an article for Sounds music paper late 70's on staccatos played with French band trust on occasion live and did a great deal of testing in the recording studio.
Mitch Mitchell - (ex Jimi Hendrix experience) Was the first drummer to ever play staccatos live (12", 10" and 8" toms) at the Golden Lion in Fulham, London 1977.
Simon Phillips - World renowned session, drummer. bought the second bass drum made in 1977 and did a lot of studios work with his Staccato kit.
Yaz - "The only way is up" mid 80's.
Roxy music - "Angel eyes".
The Guess Who -"American women" late 80's.
The Glam metal detectives - (BBC 2 series) mid 90's. Single written by Jeff Beck, Top of the pops BBC1.
The ground hogs & Dupys rusty nuts - Mick Kirton. Mick worked at the reading factory building drums.
Osaris (South Africa metal band) - Demetri Delport
Robbie Coltrane - (The history of rock) channel 4 mid 90's
Robbie Williams - Video, "let me entertain you" 1999.
Ramstein- Video, "Amerika" 2004.
Super Furry Animals - Top of the pops, August 2005. orange and black (vintage) Staccato kit.
Pink Voyd - Top U.S. Floyd tribute band (very appropriate name) Tony Caliendo is there Drummer and avery staunch staccato fan. http://www.pinkvoyd.com/
If we have left anyone out, yourselves or a friend please let us know and we will include you on the list.