Julian “Figgy” Delan is drummer, percussionist and vocalist who has been performing professionally since the age of eleven and drumming since the age of six. He first showed interest in drumming listening to Lars Urlich’s double bass in his car seat as a toddler. He is the drummer of his family band, Some Assembly Required. Julian has worked with artists such as Rick Springfield, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, ZED, Thomas Lang, Brian Frasier-Moore and many others.
When Figgy played “The Trooper” for Iron Maiden’s Nicko McBrain on the spot on a Beatbox at 2018 NAMM, he became the brand’s first ambassador and has since then embarked on a musical journey of epic proportion at the age of twelve. He showcased the Beatbox at Adopt the Arts honoring Moby in March 2019 and will be embarking on the Beatbox European Train Tour in 2020.
Julian will appear in award-winning documentarian, Justin Kreutzmann’s upcoming feature film, “Let There Be Drums!” about the history and future of rock drumming, along with legends like John Bonham, Keith Moon, Jim Keltner, Charles Connor, and Stewart Copeland. He has befriended legendary drummers and musicians alike such as Greta Van Fleet, Jason Bonham, Chad Smith, Justin Timberlake and many, many others. He proudly endorses Beatbox Drums, Aquarian Drumheads, Regal Tip Drumsticks, Paiste Cymbals and Skygel Dampening Pads.
Julian is passionate about ensuring that all children have a right to music because of how powerful music has been in his life and is actively working locally as well as nationally to ensure that music is a right, not a privelge.
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