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Stewart Copeland vs. Ian Paice: March Drum Madness

Stewart Copeland and Ian Paice have almost made it to the end of March Drum Madness, but only one of them will move on to the next round.

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Stewart Copeland vs. Scott Travis: March Drum Madness

The drummers for the Police and Judas Priest face off in Ultimate Classic Rock's March Drum Madness.

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Watch Neil Peart and Stewart Copeland Jam With Some Friends

Stewart Copeland clearly has some very interesting names in his Rolodex.

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Stewart Copeland Plays in Front of Wild Lions: Best of YouTube

In 1985, a year before the Police officially broke up, drummer Stewart Copeland released a solo album called 'The Rhythmatist.' The record was a document of the artist's trek to Africa, where he recorded and played drums and other percussion with local musicians.

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Police, Rush, Tool and Primus Members Jam as Supergroup CCCP

Put three famous drummers together, add in a not-so-random bassist who has his own degree of notoriety and you've got the makings for today's latest supergroup.

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Phil Walter, Getty Images

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Police Drummer Stewart Copeland

Police drummer Stewart Copeland is an artist in multiple senses of the word. Along with Sting and Andy Summers, Copeland was responsible for some of rock's greatest hits, but he's also produced a lot of music outside of the Police. On his 59th birthday today (July 16), here are 10 Things You Didn't Kn

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