Daniel “E.W.” Martin
Daniel “E.W.” Martin was born and raised in Carson, Ca. Daniel’s musical career started at the age of 4 when he discovered the piano. At the age of 7 he began playing the violin in the school orchestra. He has been playing the drums for six and a half years and was selected to attend the 5 week summer program at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, Ma. He was awarded a scholarship for the program.
Daniel has had the opportunity to play with various musicians and artist such as Maestro Delbert Taylor, Legendary Bassist John B. Williams, and Motown singers just to name a few. Daniel is currently the Drummer for Greater Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church in the city of Los Angeles.
Daniel's many influences includes Teddy Campbell, for his melodic playing, Mike Nueble, Gordon Campbell, Chris Johnson for they pocke
T. Daniel Martin currently attends Musician’s Institute in Hollywood, Ca, where he is honing and perfecting his craft. Daniel is very professional, dependable, and hard-working. He has taken many master classes with people such as Thomas Lang, and Terry Bozzio. He takes private lessons from John Caston Fuentes, owner of Fuentech Drum School in Torrance, Ca. Daniel will continue to strive not only to be a great drummer but also a great musician.