We have music!!
Retired Helper and WESTUPLACE, thanks a million guys for your help.
I don't actually want real songs on my car stereo, what I was looking to do was listen to the audio tracks from my drumming at the local theatre.
I've been a drummer for close on 20 years and anything I can do to "lift my game", as it were, I'm all for.
Could be a missed beat or a bad hi-hat pattern at some stage of a song, any true musician always likes to keep mistakes to a minimum, drummers have the problem of having to use both arms and legs to play a drum-kit proficeintly(sp?).
I record my playing to an MP-3 recorder and put it on my computer from there, I can't interface the MP-3 thing with my car stereo, which is a shame.
My drum-kit is pretty much acoustic, although I do have a Roland SPD-20 pad unit, for effects and what-not.
Here is a pic of it, before I added the pad unit:
I've also taken the 2nd kick drum and pedal out too, it was more of a nuisance than anything.