Liam started his musical journey on upturned buckets on his bed and quickly moved on to a drum kit in his parent’s basement. Since then he has incorporated tons of other instruments from every corner of the universe: from African Kalimba to Guatemalan Marimba; from American Guitar to Indian Sitar; from German Accordion to Martian Quaggborglion. Liam has released 4 albums with 3 different bands and toured across Canada several times. He loves to write music with his friends and believes that music can teach and connect us all. Having graduated with a degree in Physics, he has spent countless hours attempting to calculate the perfect beat. Liam loves to play music outside, ideally jamming with the yaks on mountaintops, or under the sea with the squids. He is honored to share his love for music with all the Mystic Drumz friends and critters.

For thousands of years...

people have wondered about the mysterious Marshmallow Island. Legend says that it appears rarely but is essential to the world’s supply of marshmallows. 
Then the marshmallow people throw down an all night rave dance party and dance till their feet are sore. During this rambunctious event marshmallows explode out from the island in all directions and cover the ground surrounding the marsh. It’s then and only then that humans can gather the marshmallows of all sizes and bring them home for use at campfires, rice crispy squares, amores, and more.  
The Mallow plant commonly found in and around marshlands and ponds is a direct result of the seeding from these parties and the leftover marshmallows.
This story sparked a passion in Lorne Lampert, founder of Mystic Drumz, to search out and finally gain photographic proof of this auspicious event. Along this adventure Lorne finds and demonstrates unique and eclectic world beat Percussion Instruments and Drumz from around the globe. Follow Lorne, his pet frog Larry, and all his animal buddies as they retell the adventure that leads them there.  

Parents and Teachers

Enjoy the 16 YouTube mini series “The Legend of Marshmallow Island’ with your children and students, we have a lesson plan you can download from our website.