Buffalo native, David “Teaspoon" Hulett, drummer for the Walter Kemp 3oh!, began
his music career in the late 90s. He is one of the most respected and technical
drummers of his generation. Thoughtful articulation and attention to detail has given
him the ability to adapt to a variety of musical genres. Having partnered with long-
time musical collaborators, ensemble leader and award-winning pianist Walter Kemp
3, and RiShon Odel Northington, recording and touring bassist for GRAMMY-nominated
Najee, to release “Dark Continent."
Hulett has been playing drums since age 4, and has logged countless hours in the
studio for various projects for various groups and has played for the likes of Carnival
Cruises, Disney, Marcus Miller, Critt’s Juke Joint, Gruvology, The Michael Jackson
Tribute Tour, The Black Eyed Peas, T.I., Kendrick Lamar, Christopher Hopper Band,
GRAMMY- nominee Eric Roberson, Siri Music Group artist Miesa, Philicia Collins of The
David Letterman Show, organist Lonnie Smith, Bobby Jones of BET, Joseph Wooten,
and a long list of others.
The church was a major facilitator to master his speed and versatility, and he credits
jazz and blues as his biggest influences