Originally from Montreal Lorne Nehring has worked successfully as a freelance drummer and teacher. At present, the group “Nehring/Koller and Braid” with George Koller and David Braid constitutes his primary playing and recording focus. The trio has produced two CDs, the second released on Montreal’s Effendi Records. A former student of Jim Blackley and Keith Copeland, Lorne has done all manner of studio work, playing on countless CDs and recording music for film, TV, radio and jingles.
Lorne has also played and recorded with Canada’s finest musicians and groups including: Aaron Davis, Neal Swainson, Richard Underhill, Nancy Walker, Cocada, Rob McConnell, Bernie Senensky, Dave Young, Manteca, Alex Dean, Guido Basso, Freeflight, John Roby, Scott Alexander, Gord Sheard, John Sheard, Alannah Myles, John MacLeod, Jim Lewis, Phil Dwyer, Kirk MacDonald, Victor Bateman, Susannah McCorkle, Reg Schwager, Bob Brough, Duncan Hopkins, Carol McCartney, Roberto Occhipinti, Michael Stuart, Pat Coleman, Ed Bickert, Moe Koffman, Peter Appleyard, Jonathan Goldsmith, Joey Goldstein, George Koller, Holly Cole, Warren Chiasson, Doug Riley, The Tait Brothers, The Jazz Mechanics, The Rick Tait Big Band, Molly Johnson, Jackie Richardson, Tabby Johnson, Jack Grunsky, Henry Heillig, David Braid, Bob DeAngelis, Russ Little, Carlos Lopes and many others. An accredited teacher with many years experience, Lorne has built the respected “Drum School @ Long and McQuade” from the ground up.