|Birth Day:||May 2, 1969|
|Birth Place:||Chicago, United States|
Drummer who joined Styx in March 1995 and who also collaborated with Brian Wilson and Spinal Tap, among others.
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When he was two years old, he started playing drums. He attended Berklee College of Music for the 1987 to 1988 term.
In 1988, Sucherman returned to Chicago and quickly established himself as a noted session musician. As an in-demand player for live and session work, Sucherman recorded with Styx in March 1995 when they decided to re-record "Lady", now titled "Lady '95", for their 1995 Greatest Hits album, though he was uncredited. In February 1996 when it came time for the Return to Paradise tour and drummer John Panozzo was unable to perform, Styx asked Sucherman to join them for the tour. After John Panozzo's death on July 16, 1996, Sucherman became a full-time member, appearing on the 1997 live album, Return to Paradise.
In 1998, he helped Tommy Shaw of Styx make his solo album 7 Deadly Zens.
In September 2008, Sucherman was a featured artist in the prestigious Modern Drummer Festival. He also appeared on the cover of the October 2008 issue of Modern Drummer magazine, and in 2009 Modern Drummer Magazine voted him number one Rock Drummer in the World. In 2020, Modern Drummer readers voted him number one Live drummer.
On November 30, 2013, he announced via Instagram that he and his wife, singer Taylor Mills, were expecting a baby. Sucherman currently resides in Austin, Texas.
On May 2, 2020, Sucherman released his 1st solo album "Last Flight Home".
Currently, Todd Sucherman is 52 years, 2 months and 23 days old. Todd Sucherman will celebrate 53rd birthday on a Monday 2nd of May 2022.
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