Prog-Jazz Drummer Improvises Over It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Improvising music along to bizarre pop-culture phenomenons is nothing new – see this bassist’s jazz fusion “cover” of Donald Trump saying “China,” for one of the more prominent recent examples.

But drummer David Dockery‘s avant-prog drumming along to a conspiratorial Charlie Day monologue from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia feels particularly vital in our paranoid times. Gawk at this insanity below:

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Max is a senior editor and producer of Gear Gods and member of the collective Party Smasher Inc. He studies jazz composition and improvisation in New York City.