Hunter Stricklin

Hunter Stricklin grew up in Hendersonville, Tennessee. His interest in percussion began in middle school when he was encouraged to fill a spot in Music City Mystique’s 1998 front ensemble. He continued to perform with the ensemble in 1999, on marching cymbals, and from 2001-2007, on marching snare. He was section leader of the ensemble from 2003-2007. Hunter performed with Middle Tennessee State University helping win two PASIC Championships, one in 2003 under the small ensemble caption and again in 2004 under the large ensemble caption. Also in 2003 he was a marching member of the Patriots Drum and Bugle Corps out of Rochester, NY. 

Hunter attended Middle Tennessee State University, where he studied composition under Dr. Paul Osterfield and percussion under Lalo Davila, Christian Brooks, Brad Palmer, and Andy Smith. He earned a B.M in Theory/Composition in 2007 and a B.M. in Music Education in 2010. He has taught and composed/arranged music for several ensembles including Hendersonville H.S., Centennial H.S., Columbia Central H.S., John Overton H.S., Lebanon H.S., Elkins H.S., Cypress Falls H.S., Music City Drum Corps, Chattanooga Independent, Middle Tennessee State University Orchestra, Metro Winter Drumline, and Music City Mystique. He is currently director of bands at Poplar Grove Middle School out of Franklin, TN.

Hunter currently resides in Nashville, TN with his wife Megan, and children Nicole, Owen, Audrey, and David. 

A fun bucket-drumming book with backing tracks written for the elementary to middle school-aged percussionist.
Duration: from 0'30" to 2'30" | Level: Easy