Drummer and founding Police member Stewart Copeland is ready for a jam session in his Brentwood home studio, which he calls the Sacred Grove.
Music giants such as Ben Harper, Snoop Dogg and Primus have all dropped by to improvise with Copeland, who keeps his lair equipped with obscure musical instruments and assorted tribal headgear on the walls. And, most important, microphones and video cameras are set up around the studio to capture spontaneous music-making.
Now Copeland wants fans to jam with him — through the Internet.
The percussionist and composer recently sat down to record a simple drum track, something Tommy Ramone might have cranked out in a garage in...