Jon Epcar




Born and raised in Los Angeles, drummer Jon Epcar currently resides in NYC.  He is a founding member of Interscope band CARNEY, with whom he toured and recorded for 6 years, opening for U2, Arcade Fire, Fergie, Govt Mule, and many others.  In 2010, the band was hired by Julie Taylor, Bono and The Edge to take in Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark.  Since then, he has worked with many artists, including Bono, Justin Timberlake, John Legend, Rihanna, Natasha Bedingfield, Carly Rae Jepsen, Klangkarussell, Cristian Castro, Matt Morris, Madison Beer, Katie Melua, Evan Rachel Wood, Jackson Harris, Jesse James, The Ghostwriters, Taryn Manning, Matt & Kim, John Issac Watters, and Danielia Cotton.  On Broadway, he originated the drum chairs for Spider-Man and Amelie, and is currently the drummer for Tina Fey’s Mean Girls.  Jon’s debut album as a songwriter and bandleader, MORNING DRONE, was released January 2017.   He is a graduate of Berklee College of Music, and proudly endorses Paiste Cymbals, Craviotto Drums, Vater Drumsticks, Reflexx Drumpads, and Aquarian Drumheads.