A: The frog probably has a gig to go to.
One problem with playing such a specialized instrument as the didgeridoo is that the gigs available are pretty thin on the ground.
I really believe that that is mostly due to the fact that most didge players out there (at least in America) aren’t very good and so the general consensus is that all a didge can do is a pulsed drone.
Didge can be as rhythmically interesting as any drum…perhaps even more so due to the addition on growls, barks,harmonics and other vocalizations.
In the 20 years that I’ve been playing I’ve personally wound didge, both live and recorded, around : Trip-Hop, Flamenco, Celtic,country, standard rock, folk, electronica, dance, hip hop, Balkan , Bellydance and jazz. On the menu to the left there’s a link to my music…check the samples. The influences are as eclectic as I am.
I’m finding that I’m missing playing live with other musicians. I needs a gig!
Have didge, will travel.