And thank you for dropping by my Official Aynsley Dunbar web site. I feel really great about the site and I hope you enjoy AynsleyDunbar.com as much as I enjoyed putting it together for you. One of my primary goals fo this site is to share my experiences as professional drummer over the last 40 years in the music business. Some of you know, and others don't, that i have been lucky enough to play with some of the industry's most successful bands and musicians, including; John Mayall, Frank Zappa, John Lennon, Journey, Jefferson Starship, Jeff Beck, Herbie Mann, Eric Burdon and the New Animals, UFO, David Bowie, Whitesnake and many, many others.
My recent session work has allowed me to collaborate again with some of the world's finest musicians and I look forward to an immensely musically fulfilling future with ready sticks. You can also find me playing with my mates in THE WORLD CLASSIC ROCKERS. I always enjoy meeting my fans at these events and really appreciate your support over the many years I have been hitting the skins. I'd like to share my experiences with you and will be updating the site with current gigs and photos of gig. I will also try and surprise you with some blasts from my past.
January 15, 2017
LATEST NEWS FROM AYNSLEY
January 10, 2016
Aynsley wishes to send his condolences to David Bowie's family and fans for the tragic passing of his dear friend and old band mate.
January 21, 2009
Aynsley received the Hollywood Walk of Fame Star with his old band mates from Journey. Aynsley wishes to thank his fans for their years of support.
"Did You Ever Meet Someone Who Speaks Only When it Matters? And Who Means Everything He Says? Aynsley Dunbar Plays Drums Like that. Not content to Fill a Song With Superfluous Drum Chatter, Aynsley Strikes Each Note With The Conviction that Comes From Knowing Exactly What Can and Should Be Done at Any Given Moment. At the Same Time, He Maintains The Freedom to Respond to Whatever Is Being Played By the Musicians Around Him. If One Word Was Needed to Describe Aynsley's Style, that Word would be Eloquent"
MODERN DRUMMER MAGAZINE