Todd Zimberg has been playing drums professionally and teaching in the Seattle area since the early 1980’s. He has worked extensively with blues, jazz, rock and R&B artists, including Northwest blues icons Duffy Bishop, Isaac Scott and ten years with Tom McFarland. Todd currently maintains commitments to The Maggie Laird Band, The Chris Stevens Band and Island Jazz Quintet. He has toured and backed national acts including a Bo Diddley, Fenton Robinson and Sam Andrew. Todd is at home playing many styles of music and spent a number of years playing with reggae/soca band, Jumballasy and has co-led the critically acclaimed Island Jazz Quintet based on Vashon Island since 1999. In addition, Todd held a timpani chair for 25 seasons with the Federal Way Symphony, and maintains a connection to the organization directing their annual big band concert. Mr. Zimberg earned a Masters in Music from the University of Washington. Todd teaches music courses at Highline College and private lessons from his home studio.