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Charles “Charley” Wilcoxon was an American drum teacher and drum method book author. He wrote several influential books on rudimental drumming that are still used by drum teachers today. He is a member of the Percussive Arts Society Hall of Fame.
Charles Wilcoxon was born November 26, 1894 in Coshocton, Ohio, or possibly Newark, Ohio, and began performing at the age of 8. He began teaching at 12 and touring at 14 with the vaudeville show “Spring Maid”. In 1922 and 1923 he played at The Palace in Cleveland, as the house drummer, and he founded his own music store in the 1930s, where he lathed custom drum sticks. His books were originally written by hand as an aid for teaching private students. Wilcoxon reportedly wrote all 150 solos for All-American Drummer in just six weeks. He played, taught, and authored instructional books until his death in 1978. He is quoted as often saying, “don’t copy, be original.” Some of his most famous students include Philly Joe Jones, Joe Morello, Steve Smith (musician), John Bernard Riley and Robert Hohner. Charley was inducted into the Percussive Arts Society Hall of Fame in 1981 in the categories of Author, Education, Radio/TV, Rudimental, and Industry. William J. Schinstine dedicated a solo to Wilcoxon in 1968 called Charlie’s Horse. Also in 1968, Philly Joe Jones recorded the first 8 bars of the Wilcoxon solo “Rolling in Rhythm” as a break in the track “Trailways Express” on a solo album.
Random information on the term “ABCS”:
The Army Battle Command System (ABCS) is a digital Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) system for the US Army. It includes a mix of fixed/semi-fixed and mobile networks. It is also designed for interoperability with US and Coalition C4I systems.
Army Battle Command System (ABCS) Version 6.4 is an integrated suite that allows troops to obtain an automated view of friendly activity and supply movement; plan fires, receive situation and intelligence reports, view the airspace and receive automatically disseminated weather reports.
ABCS combines six packages into a single system:
Additional systems that are integrated with the ABCS suite include: