Carmine Appice on Rod Stewart

Watch legendary drummer Carmine Appice discuss his friendship and working with Rod Stewart from his interview with Musicians On The Record with David Ward. If you missed it, you can see our interview with Carmine here, at

Carmine Appice is rock drumming royalty. Inspired by legendary drummers Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich, Carmine got his first big break with Vanilla Fudge, who appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show twice in the late 60’s. Carmine then played with legendary guitarist Jeff Beck, in Beck, Bogert, & Appice, and found even more success with Rod Stewart in the late 1970’s, playing on such classics as ‘Hot Legs,’ and ‘Do You Think I’m Sexy,’ a #1 song which he cowrote. Join us as we hear this incredible musician’s story of a classic rock ‘n’ roll life in his own words. We explore all of these stories, as well as his long friendship with Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham. Buckle up! This is Carmine Appice On The Record.

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