At just 13 years old, Australian drum prodigy Jagger spends his weekends sharing
the stage with the cream of the world’s best artists the likes of Rose Tattoo, Limp
Bizkit and members of legendry bands such as Whitesnake, Guns and Roses , Dio
and LA Guns , When other kids are hanging out at the movies, Jagger is hanging out
backstage with The Rolling Stones ,KISS and Motley Crue. When other kids are
chowing down on milk and cookies after school, Jagger is busy at band practice,
laying down the blinding rhythm for MOON, his prog rock band that’s gaining
attention across the world. When other kids are surfing YouTube looking for the
hottest new tunes, Jagger is creating them, with over 1 billion views to date.
Widely acclaimed across Australia as the country’s #1 drummer under 25, Jagger
looks to have a lock on that mantle for at least another seventeen years as his
unconventional music career, love of music and dedication to his craft has seen him
tour the world, win countless competitions and become the youngest ambassador
ever for many brands but most noticeably legendary drum brand DW.
With his time split between school in Sydney, Europe where he’s laid down tracks
recently in Amsterdam and America where he’s been playing live in such venues as
The Famous Whiskey Au GOGO in LA and working with some of the world’s biggest
musical brands, Jagger is gearing up for a big 2016.
With the release of MOON’s debut album The Oribitor with band mate Steve Balbi of
Noiseworks fame and a major national tour in the first half of the year, Jagger
intends to show the world that it’s not about a ‘child prodigy’. It’s about the music. It’s
about the craft. It’s about the drums.