Play Drums With Free Professional Backing Tracks

Hi Greg here, I’m a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer based in New York City. I started making backing tracks a few years ago just for fun and uploading them to YouTube. After a few years, I’ve produced 100’s of Free Professional Backing Tracks to play drums with. is a niche site I built to feature these drumless jazz tracks and new drumless play along jazz tracks alike.

Backing Tracks are categorized by tempo, time signature, and style. (See tags)

Play Drums With Free Professional Jazz Backing Tracks & More

On, you will also find drummer related things like documentaries, products reviews, and anything related to drumming and music.

Here are a few examples:


The History of The Drumset – A Century of Drumming Evolution 1865 to 1965 Documentary.

From Ragtime to Rock is an educational DVD from award-winning drummer, author, and educator Daniel Glass. This 2-disc package offers a sweeping look at 100 years of music evolution, covering the end of the Civil War (1865) to the dawn of the British Invasion (1965)

Six years in the making, Jazz: A Film By Ken Burns is a 19-hour must-watch “soundbreaking” series for any jazz or history fan.

Donner Percussion Stick Bag Drumstick Holder ReviewProducts Reviews:

Best Drumsticks For Electronic Drums Zildjian Anti-Vibe Drumsticks Review.

The Donner wireless Bluetooth Page Turner Pedal is a very useful tool for turning pages, reading music, scrolling lyrics, guitar tabs, teleprompting and more. It works with your iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC or Android tablets.

Top Gifts For Drummers (Coming Soon)

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  • Marvin

    Hey Greg – very cool service/product you are offering here. As a lifelong musician myself (mostly guitar, but also bass and some piano, and a singer) who has played in all kinds of bands, including rock, country, r&b, jazz and jazz-rock fusion, I can see where this would be very helpful for aspiring drummer musicians to “get in the groove” without having to be in a band while learning.

    Great stuff, I’m going to share this website with some young musicians I know!

  • Vicky

    Wow I just watched one of your YouTube Videos and you are awesome, what a great drummer you are Greg! This site is a great resource for anybody wanting to play along, getting those jazz tunes and improvise drumming.

    Thank you,

  • Jeanri van Tonder

    I’m so glad I came across your site! It is literally my dream job to be a procuder! I post some songs on sound cloud every now and then 🙂

    You’re site looks great – it looks very professional. I really enjoyed the history that you brought in – it shows readers that you truly have a passion for music. People love passion.

  • Mario Elvir

    Great site Greg, tons of useful information, the tracks are really cool. Very subtle, elegant and simple. Navigation is very easy because of being well organized, it is definitely a winner.
    Only comment is that perhaps you could more aids for beginner drummers, such as: the original song with drums, drum tabs, videos with basic rhythms, etc.
    A newsletter when you add new songs and a song suggestion page would also draw more engagement and traffic.
    The way you integrate your affiliate amazon on the site is very nice too, giving information about the documentaries, it is suggesting and not annoying, the highlights you give are great teasers into buying the products. I really see a lot coming through to your site. Have a good one Greg and keep on jazzing.

    • Greg

      Hi Mario,

      Thanks for the comments and all the suggestions, I’ll take them into concentration. Maybe I’ll add drum charts and a version with drums soon.

      Thanks again,


  • Owain

    Hi Greg,

    First of all I just want to say all the best with your niche and putting your heart and soul into this. Doing something we love as a profession is rarely seen in this world. So I really hope it is successful for you.

    Secondly, I was really intrigued to see that drumming is 150 years old. I would never have imagined that. Although I can see how it has evolved with time, I just didn’t think that it went that far back.

  • Paulina

    Great introduction, I love how your site offers a lot of information about drums and jazz. Are there any drum lessons that I can take online? Is that even possible?

    • Greg

      Hi Paulina, Thanks for the comment. There are a few places I’ve seen online that I’m going to write about soon. You may want to check out the Learn and Master Classes, Not only do they have drum lessons but the offer many courses including but not limited to:

      Learn & Master Guitar, Painting, Dance, Piano, Photography, and more.



  • Stephen

    Great site Greg! This site would be very helpful to my music crazy friends, I’ll be sending them here to check it all out.

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