Frank Zummo

Frank Zummo is one of the busiest, most versatile and most passionate drummers out there today.
Currently the drummer or the rock band SUM 41 and EDM artist Kavzo as well as a solo artist, Frank has worked with countless musical artists through the years.

Born in New York City, Frank began drumming around age 3, when he discovered his father’s drum kit. By age 7, he was an award-winning drummer, taking home top prize in Long Island Drum Center’s “Battle of the Beats”. In 2004, Zummo co-founded the award-winning drum ensemble Street Drum Corps, resulting in countless world tours, Vegas residencies, performances with Linkin Park, 30 Seconds to Mars and Chris Cornell and has now expanded into a worldwide franchise with several theme park residencies.

Frank was named “Drummer Of The Year” at Alternative Press Magazine’s 2017 AP Awards and performed at the awards show alongside Josh Dun (Twenty One Pilots) and Adrian Young (No Doubt). Other career highlights include performing at the “Linkin Park & Friends” Chester Bennington celebration concert, debuting his solo project at the Coachella Music Festival in 2019, filling in for Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee and performing with Krewella, Gary Numan, Scott Weiland, Julien-K, Dead By Sunrise, Orianthi, the Start, Dhani Harrison, Perry Farrell and many more.

Most recently, Frank has been touring the world for SJC Drums, School of Rock and Vans Shoes, performing dozens of motivational drum workshops for kids. In addition, his collaborations with iconic street artist Shepard Fairy can been seen at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland and the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.