FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMEDIA CONTACTS:Kymberly DrakePR Manager, NAMMPh: (760) 438-8007 x162email: firstname.lastname@example.org NAMM Show Opens In AnaheimANAHEIM, Calif. Jan. 19, 2012—The NAMM Show, one of the largest music products trade showsin the world hosted by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), opened today atthe Anaheim Convention Center, welcoming an expected crowd of 90,000 musical instrumentmanufacturers, retailers, associates and their invited guests from all over the world to theindustry’s annual gathering.This year marks the 110th anniversary of the legendary trade show and is the meeting place formusical instrument retailers to view and purchase the latest musical innovations being shown bymore than 1,400 manufacturers.The estimated economic impact of the 2012 NAMM Show for the Orange County, Calif.economy is nearly 80 million.Key indicators including overall pre-registration, number of pre-registered buyers, internationalregistrants, number of exhibiting companies and total exhibit space sold have all shown solidincreases over last year’s event, another positive sign demonstrating steady industry recoveryfollowing the economic downturn.Themed “Make It Count,” the 2012 NAMM Show’s educational sessions will place the spotlight oninnovation and ingenuity in the music products industry, highlighting music productmanufacturers and retailers that have instituted new and creative ways to maintain successfulbusinesses amidst an economic downturn.“We’re grateful to once again bring the global music and sound industry together in Anaheimfor the NAMM Show,” said Lamond. “This is truly the ‘crossroads’ of product and businessinnovation and our members will have the opportunity to see the latest in gear, attend worldclass education sessions and network with friends and peers. Our mission is to strengthen themusic products industry and promote the pleasures and benefits of music making, and this eventis the perfect example of our mission in action.”Innovation was abound at a Media Preview Day event held yesterday at the AnaheimConvention Center, highlighting the never-before-seen musical instruments, apps andtechnologies of the future, which will be available to the public in 2012. The products were handpicked from more than 1,400 NAMM Show exhibiting companies. Also open to the media wasthe adjacent Music App. & Gaming Pavilion, highlighting the newest innovative technologies formaking music. The day featured the appearance of celebrity talent including Brian Wilson, JohnMayer, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Michelle Phillips, and Gov. Mike Huckabee.The doors opened to industry professionals this morning the same way it has for the past 42years—with a traditional welcome performance by the Fernand L. Petiot All-Industry MarchingPage 1 of 3
Band, led by NAMM Members and special guests this year Gov. Mike Huckabee and MichaelButera, executive director at the National Association for Music Education. Considered by theindustry to be the “Grand March to the Exposition,” the marching band walked the main lobbyand isles of the trade show, energizing attendees for the event to come.Starting today the show will provide attendees with numerous business and networkingopportunities; retail and marketing expertise from top professionals at the daily BreakfastSessions and NAMM University presentations; myriad celebrity sightings of musiciansdemonstrating instruments; countless musical performances from early in the morning until lateinto the evening; and inspiring new ideas and approaches for their businesses.The show will once again feature a Hands On Training (H.O.T.) Zone for industry membersinterested in the newest developments from the recording, live sound, DJ, house of worship andstage and lighting industries. In addition, the Hand-Crafted Instrument Pavilion will celebrate howinstruments are crafted from beginning to end and Lounge 88 will offer tailored educationsessions to piano dealers from around the world.Entertainment can be found in every corner in Anaheim during the NAMM Show, and willinclude:Friday, Jan. 20On the Main Lobby Stage NAMM will present the “Living Legends Jam” featuring Bob Berryhill(The Safaris), Dennis Tufano (The Buckinghams), John Payne (Asia), Robert Sarzo (Hurricane),Scott Warren (Dio), Roger Fischer (Heart), Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden), Pete Lockett, RogerWheeler (Sweet Reasons), Jeff Pevar (Starship, Joe Cocker), Richie Castellano and Buck Dharma(Blue Oyster Cult), Doug Rappoeport (Edgar Winter Band), Joey Mollandj (Badfinger), ChristyMcKinnon, Teddy Zig Zag (Guns & Roses, Alice Cooper), Koko Powell (Spencer Davis, EdgarWinter), Jeff Ganz (Johnny Winter, John Lee Hooker), Sean McNabb (Quiet Riot, Dokken, GreatWhite), Micky Dolenz (The Monkees), Terry Hous (XYZ, Great White), Robin McAuley (Survivor,MSG), Jimy Shons (Shadows of Knight), Bobby Kimball (Toto), Alan White (Yes, Plastic Ono Band),Denny Seiwell (Wings, Art Garfunkel, James Brown), Frankie Banali (Quiet Riot), Chris Slade(AC/DC, Asia).Also on Friday, NAMM will co-host the “John Lennon Educational Tour Bus 15th AnniversaryCelebration” at the Arena Plaza featuring an exciting performance by Bootsy Collins & Friendsincluding Verdine White (Earth, Wind & Fire) and Bernie Worrell.Friday will also feature the 27th Annual TEC Awards in the Pacific Ballroom at the Anaheim Hiltonfeaturing Phil Collen, Lisa Loeb, Weird Al Yankovic, Bernie Williams, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, BillySheehan, Will Lee and Bootsy Collins with the Les Paul Award being presented to Steve Vai.Tickets are required for this event and can be purchased at27thannualtecawards.eventbrite.com.SaturdayOn the main Lobby Stage, NAMM will proudly present the 2nd year of its “Celebrity Jam”featuring the Band from TV. Stars including, Scott Grimes, James Denton, Greg Grunberg, AdrianPasdar, Bob Guiney, Jesse Spencer, Anthony Ruivivar and others will show how much they loveto play music when the cameras stop rolling.Also on Saturday, over at the Downtown Disney District, will be the finals of NAMM’s SchoolJamUSA bringing together the best teenage bands in the country to battle for bragging rights andPage 2 of 3
prizes for their band and their school music programs. The event is co-hosted by teen popsensation Greyson Chance and singer/songwriter Shaun Barrowes.On Saturday evening, attendees are encouraged to discover their inner musician and join theannual Drum Circle hosted by NAMM outside the convention center.And on Sunday, NAMM will host its second annual Uke Circle and encourage people toexperience how fun it can be to play an instrument.For more details and information about the NAMM Show and for further event information, visithttp://www.namm.org/thenammshow/2012.About NAMMNAMM is the not-for-profit association that unifies, leads and strengthens the 17 billioninternational musical instruments and products industry. NAMM’s activities and programs aredesigned to promote music making to people of all ages. NAMM is comprised of approximately9,000 Member companies. For more information about NAMM or the proven benefits of makingmusic, interested parties can visit www.namm.org or call 800-767-NAMM (6266).###Page 3 of 3
NAMM SHOW2012 FACT SHEETLOCATION OF THE SHOW:Anaheim Convention Center ! Anaheim,CaliforniaDATES OF THE SHOW:January 19-22, 2012WHO ATTENDS:Music products industry professionals and media.Commercial manufacturers, retail stores and salesrepresentativesPURPOSE OF THE SHOW:See the latest music products, attend professionaldevelopment seminars and network in order togrow the global music products industryYEARS IN EXISTENCE:110, making NAMM one of the United States’longest running trade shows. The first NAMM Showwas in 1901. (Note: the show did not occur for oneyear during WWI)EXPECTED ATTENDANCE:90,000 NUMBER OFEXHIBITING COMPANIES:1,400 TYPES OF EXHIBITORS:Musical Instrument/Product Makers including: Guitar and bass manufacturers Amplifier and speaker companies Professional audio equipment manufacturers Piano and organ manufacturers Orchestra and band instrument makers/suppliers Synthesizer and keyboard manufacturers Music Accessory companies Gaming and music-making app developersESTIMATED ECONOMIC IMPACT:Nearly 80 million in revenue to the Orange Countyeconomy (Source: calculated using Trade ShowWeek formula of economic impact)NUMBER OFCOUNTRIES REPRESENTED:100 For more information about NAMM and its activities, please contact:Kymberly Drake, PR Manager at NAMM5790 Armada DriveCarlsbad, CA 92008phone: 760-438-8001 ext. 102fax: 760-438-8257e-mail: email@example.com
NAMM BACKGROUNDERNAMM, the trade association of the international music products industry, is a not-for-profit,member-driven organization whose mission is to strengthen the music products industry andpromote the pleasures and benefits of playing music. Founded in 1901, the 9,000 memberinternational association represents every aspect of musical instrument manufacturing andretailing.NAMM’s success over the past century is due in great part to the strong and productiverelationships it holds with its Members. The organization also understands the vital role of theconsumer and sees music makers as an extension of the NAMM family, forming the foundationof the industry. Three of NAMM’s most important annual events are trade shows—the NAMMShow is held during January in Southern California, Summer NAMM held during July in Nashville,Tenn.; and the new NAMM Musikmesse Russia and Prolight Sound NAMM Russia (co-producedwith Messe Frankfurt) will take place during May in Moscow. These conventions, open only toNAMM Members and the music products industry, attract tens of thousands of attendees whowant to see new innovations and developments in music making. Members also meet to discussissues of importance to the organization, the industry and the public.For many years, NAMM has funded scientific research to explore the relationship between musicmaking and wellness, and music making and the brain. These studies now prove conclusivelythat music making provides a variety of positive benefits, ranging from increased intelligence tohealthier lifestyles. At this time, public awareness about the myriad benefits of music making is atan all-time-high and the organization’s outreach extends to the general public from toddlers tosenior citizens.NAMM’s programs and partnerships include a variety of organizations and corporations,including Disney, Drum Corps International (DCI), the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, AmericanIdol the Magazine, VH1 (Save The Music), Sesame Workshop (Music Works), Piano Guy (PBSTelevision) and the GRAMMY Foundation. Among its many outreach programs are Wanna Play?,a national public education campaign to raise awareness about the many benefits of musicmaking and inspire people of all ages and talent levels to become active music makers;Sesame Street Music Works, a joint initiative between NAMM and Sesame Workshop that focuseson young children and music making; the organization’s “SupportMusic Advocacy Kit,” anextraordinary tool that brings exciting music/brain research home to NAMM Members and theircustomers; FORTUNE Battle of the Corporate Bands, celebrating the garage bands of adultmusic makers; the Weekend Warriors program, designed to bring baby boomers back intoactive music making; and the New Horizons Band project, designed to engage the “over-50”segment of the population in music making activities. NAMM has also participated in thenational media events including the Tournament of Roses Parade and the Macy’s ThanksgivingDay Parade, reaching millions of viewers around the world with its message about the provenbenefits of making music.In addition, NAMM has partnered with The National Association for Music Education (NAFME),The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS) to form the National Coalition forMusic Education. The goal of this partnership is to ensure that every child receives a high-qualityeducation in music and the arts. The National Coalition for Music Education was instrumental indrafting Congressional Resolution HR 266 in support of music education in schools.Page 1 of 2
HistoryNAMM was founded more than a century ago as The National Association of Piano Dealers ofAmerica, when 52 piano retailers met to discuss industry issues. Early concerns included pianoand piano roll merchants adjusting to the impact of newly introduced talking machines. As timepassed, music instrument stores became the outlets for phonographs, 78-rpm records andradios, as well. By 1919, with most piano merchants handling all music lines, the organization wasrenamed the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM).The growth and outreach of NAMM continued until the Great Depression when the entirecountry was heavily impacted by the failing economy. World War II also affected the industry asraw materials were diverted to the war effort and some music manufacturing plants retooled tobuild weapons.Following the war, NAMM regained momentum, and the industry rebuilt and expanded.Retailers entered the 1950s with inventory that extended from musical instruments to televisionsets, stereophonic record players and both 45-rpm and 33-rpm records. By the late 1960s, withchanges in marketing and the emergence of retailers and manufacturers who focusedexclusively on electronics and records, the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) was spun off andNAMM returned to its roots, concentrating on the growing industry of musical instruments andother related products.In recent years, NAMM has enjoyed unprecedented growth. With the globalization of theindustry, overseas membership has expanded and NAMM’s worldwide influence has increaseddramatically. Appropriately renamed NAMM, the International Music Products Association, it isnow the dominant organization of its kind with outreach programs that impact the industryworldwide.From its headquarters in Carlsbad, Calif., NAMM continues to grow the music products business.The inviting, multi-level building serves as a meeting and educational center for organizationsfrom around the world. In addition, the headquarters is the home of the Museum of MakingMusic, an interactive exhibit that takes guests on a visual and audio adventure through themusic products industry over the past 100 years.Chairman Kevin Cranley, President/CEO Joe Lamond, the Executive Committee and the Boardof Directors, which comprises 24 members from the industry, are working to extend the impactand diversity of NAMM’s programs while representing the interests of its Members involved in thiscomplex and dynamic sector of the music industry.For more information about NAMM, please visit www.namm.org or find the association onFacebook (www.facebook.com/namm) or Twitter (www.twitter.com/namm).Page 2 of 2
NAMM FACT SHEETNAMM is the not-for-profit association that unifies, leads and strengthens the 17 billioninternational musical instruments and products industry. NAMM’s activities and programs aredesigned to promote the pleasures and benefits of playing music to people of all ages. NAMM iscomprised of approximately 9,000 Member companies. For more information about NAMM orthe proven benefits of making music, interested parties can visit www.namm.org or call 800-767NAMM (6266).ASSOCIATION MISSION:To strengthen the music products industry andpromote the pleasures and benefits of playingmusicHEADQUARTERS:Carlsbad, Calif.NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES:60OFFICERS:ChairmanVice ChairmanTreasurerSecretaryPresident/CEOKevin CranleyLarry MortonMark GoffRobin WalentaJoe LamondINDUSTRY ACTIVITIES:TRADE SHOWS:!NAMM’s most important annual events are the domestic trade shows held in Januaryand July and a co-produced Russian show held in May. These conventions, open only toNAMM Members and the music products industry, attract tens of thousands of attendeeswho want to see new innovations and developments in music making. NAMM tradeshows are unique because in addition to unifying the industry by bringing buyers andsellers together from around the world, the excess revenues from these popular eventsare funneled back into growing the music products industry.MEMBER SERVICES:!With the group-buying power of more than 9,000 Members, NAMM is able to negotiatetremendous discounts on business services its Members use every day, including shipping,health insurance, merchant bank card processing and check services, business andworkers' compensation insurance, long distance telecommunications, schoollease/purchase plans and more.PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:! NAMM is committed to giving its Members the information they need to succeed.NAMM University offers free breakfast sessions at the trade shows, as well as a variety ofquick, focused classes filled with business-boosting ideas. Subjects include music productsales and marketing, customer service, merchandising and technology.Page 1 of 2
THE NAMM FOUNDATION:!The NAMM Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to advancingactive participation in music making across the lifespan by supporting scientific research,philanthropic giving and public service programs from the international music productsindustry.MARKET DEVELOPMENT:!Over the past decade, NAMM has reinvested millions from its trade shows into innovative,market-building programs and partnerships such as Sesame Street Music Works,Weekend Warriors, New Horizons Band, Music Making and Wellness and RecreationalMusic Making. NAMM’s outreach also includes advocacy efforts with such organizationsand corporations as Disney, FORTUNE Battle of the Bands, Drum Corps International (DCI),the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, American Idol the Magazine, VH1 (Save The Music),Piano Guy (PBS Television) and the GRAMMY Foundation. In addition, NAMM has fundedgroundbreaking music/brain research that has helped to shape world opinion about theintrinsic value of music. The result: more active music makers and continued growth forNAMM Members. Since 2003, NAMM has participated in the Tournament of RosesParade, reaching millions of viewers around the world with its message about the provenbenefits of making music.THE WANNA PLAY? CAMPAIGN!Wanna Play? is a public education campaign designed by NAMM to raise awareness ofthe many benefits of music making and inspire people of all ages and talent levels tobecome active music makers. NAMM’s Member companies and affiliates believe inmusic and wanted to develop a program focused on improving peoples’ lives byconnecting them with the proven benefits of making music. At age 5 or age 85,everyone can benefit socially, mentally and physically from playing an instrument. Forinformation about the campaign, go to www.wannaplaymusic.com.THE MUSEUM OF MAKING MUSIC:!The mission of the Museum of Making Music is to celebrate the rich history andencourage the future of music making. The one-of-a-kind museum invites all NAMMMembers to tour the Museum FREE of charge. Located in the NAMM IndustryHeadquarters in beautiful Carlsbad, Calif., the museum is a great way to experience firsthand the impact of the music products industry over the last 100 years. For moreinformation about the museum or its activities, call 877-551-9976 or visitwww.museumofmakingmusic.org.For more information about NAMM and its activities, please contact:Kymberly DrakePublic Relations Manager, NAMM5790 Armada DriveCarlsbad, CA 92008phone: 760-438-8001 ext. 102fax: 760-438-8257e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPage 2 of 2
BIOGRAPHYJOE LAMONDPRESIDENT AND CEO, NAMMSince 2001, Joe Lamond has been president and CEO of the National Association of Music Merchants(NAMM), the global not-for-profit 501(c)(6) trade association representing 9,000 manufacturers and retailersof musical instruments and sound products. NAMM’s mission is to strengthen the music products industry andpromote the pleasures and benefits of making music. Lamond has led the team of dedicated NAMMemployees towards accomplishing its mission by producing trade shows including its annual ‘NAMM Show,'the world’s largest trade-only event for the music products industry; and then reinvesting the proceeds intogrants, scholarships, industry promotions, public and government relations programs designed to increaseactive music making and strengthen music education in our schools. These efforts have increasedconsumer demand for NAMM Member products and services, positively impacted industry sales andultimately grown the size and popularity of the NAMM Show.Lamond has dedicated himself to the cause of music education as a fundamental right for all children andled NAMM’s efforts to increase funding and support for music education including the creation of theSupport Music Coalition, funding of music brain research and lobbying for education reform. He has alsobeen a staunch supporter of the role of the community music store, the backbone of NAMM’s membership.With the rapid transformation of retail through advances in technology, the Internet and social networking,Lamond has directed NAMM University’s efforts to strengthen the role of the local community music store asa vital resource for consumers when buying and learning to play a musical instrument.Under Lamond’s leadership, NAMM created NAMM International, LLC to better serve its growing globalmembership; partnering on the Music China trade show in Shanghai and collaborating with Messe Frankfurton launching the NAMM Musikmesse Russia trade show in Moscow. Lamond directed the formation of anInternational Coalition, which now includes representatives from 20 of the world's largest markets to shareindustry best practices and support global music education for all children. He also led NAMM to create theNAMM Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to serve as the philanthropic arm of the associationand to raise funds to support NAMM’s mission. Over the past 10 years, NAMM and the NAMM Foundationhave reinvested nearly 80 million dollars in support of its mission and to promote music making for peopleof all ages.Lamond has traveled extensively throughout the United States and to more than 40 countries promotingNAMM’s mission and the importance of music education. Speaking at conferences, in front of governmentleaders and education policy experts, Lamond has made a strong case for the proven benefits of musicmaking throughout the lifespan and for increasing attention on the power of music and the arts as tools ofcreativity and innovation, health and wellness and cultural diplomacy to resolve conflict and bring peopleand countries closer together.Initially a Forestry major, Lamond is a graduate of the State University of New York, Morrisville with an AASdegree in Business Administration. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from State University of NewYork, Potsdam in 2009. Lamond was inducted into the National Boys and Girls Club Alumni Hall of Fame in2007 and was the charter member of the Conn-Selmer Institute Hall of Fame. Under his leadership, NAMMwas awarded the Americans for the Arts Corporate Citizen award, was honored by VH-1 Save the MusicFoundation on their 10th anniversary and shared numerous television awards with Sesame Workshop forinitiating a partnership that ultimately led to the creation of the Sesame Street Music Works programdesigned to promote the fun and benefits of playing music to preschoolers and their parents.Prior to joining NAMM as director of market development in 1998, Lamond worked for NAMM Memberretailers in Sacramento for 16 years including 10 years with the award-winning Skip’s Music. Lamond is amember of the San Diego chapter of YPO, Young Presidents Organization and ASAE, the Center forAssociation Leadership. Lamond is married and has two teenage children. He is an active outdoorsmanand drummer.
NAMM Leading Efforts to Update Lacey ActContact: Michael Green202email@example.comThe National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) is working with the U.S. Congress,environmental groups and other manufacturing industries through 2012 to protect woodproducts manufacturers, dealers and consumers from the unintended negative consequencesresulting from a 2008 amendment to the Lacey Act.BackgroundIn 2008, the U.S. Congress passed an amendment to the Lacey Act that made it illegal to importor own many types of imported wood and wood products. This amendment has left anyonewith a product containing certain imported wood or plant materials subject to federal penalties.For example, tens of thousands of instruments built over the past century in the United Stateshave included imported wood such as ebony and Indian rosewood because of its superior tonalqualities. The changes to the Lacey Act have made it illegal to own instruments manufacturedfrom this wood, even if it was made years or decades ago.NAMM Takes the LeadAs the primary representative of the 9,000-member music instruments and products industry,NAMM has taken a lead in organizing efforts to urge Congress to fix the law. By workingtogether, we can ensure healthy forests, while protecting small businesses, craftsmen andmusicians that love the American art of guitar making.Industry Endorses Proposed ResolutionNAMM supports a bi-partisan legislative proposal recently introduced by Reps. Jim Cooper (DTN), Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Mary Bono Mack (R-CA) called the RELIEF Act (H.R. 3210). TheRELIEF Act does three essential things: Grandfather: Any wood or wood products created before May 22, 2008 (the date theLacey Act amendments were signed into law) will be exempt from the law. Protect Innocent Owners: If someone possesses or sells wood or wood products thatviolate the Lacey Act, but did not know it, that person would not be penalized, and thegovernment could not confiscate the property. Inform: The government would create an Internet database of forbidden wood sourcesso that everyone is fairly warned.The RELIEF Act preserves punishments for those who knowingly violate the Lacey Act and doesnot affect current legal cases. It also keeps in place existing laws that seek to disrupt illegallogging practices.Making a Difference in 2012NAMM and its Members fully endorse responsible forest management and efforts to preventillegal logging as a means to preserve the world’s forests. For this reason, the industry will workharder than ever through 2012 to build consensus for a compromise solution that protects boththe environment and the music products industry.Visit www.namm.org/publicaffairs for more information on NAMM’s efforts to update the LaceyAct.Page 1 of 1
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMEDIA CONTACT:Kymberly DrakePublic Relations ManagerNAMM760-438-8007, ext. 162Fax: firstname.lastname@example.orgScott Robertson, APRDirector of MarComNAMM760-438-8007, ext. 102Fax: email@example.com NAMM Show After Dark Schedule Offers Many EntertainmentPossibilitiesCARLSBAD, Calif., Jan. 10, 2012—The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM)today announced its after-show entertainment schedule for the 2012 NAMM Show.These events, in addition to the many exhibitor-sponsored concerts and parties, meetups and tweet-ups offer show attendees a wide variety of options once the show floorcloses. For a complete listing of events, please visit namm.org/thenammshow/2012 ordownload the free 2012 NAMM Show app from iTunes or Android mobile d events include:Thursday, Jan. 19On the Main Lobby Stage, NAMM will again present a stirring “Tribute to IndustryLeaders” lost over the past year with music provided by the LA Scots and guitar legendDoyle Dykes.Friday, Jan. 20On the Main Lobby Stage NAMM will present the “Legends Jam” featuring Bob Berryhill(The Safaris), Dennis Tufano (The Buckinghams), John Payne (Asia), Robert Sarzo(Hurricane), Scott Warren (Dio), Roger Fischer (Heart), Nicko McBrain (Iron Maiden),Pete Lockett, Roger Wheeler (Sweet Reasons), Jeff Pevar (Starship, Joe Cocker), RichieCastellano and Buck Dharma (Blue Oyster Cult), Doug Rappoeport (Edgar WinterBand), Joey Mollandj (Badfinger), Christy McKinnon, Teddy Zig Zag (Guns & Roses, AliceCooper), Koko Powell (Spencer Davis, Edgar Winter), Jeff Ganz (Johnny Winter, JohnLee Hooker), Sean McNabb (Quiet Riot, Dokken, Great White), Micky Dolenz (TheMonkees), Terry Hous (XYZ, Great White), Robin McAuley (Survivor, MSG), Jimy Shons(Shadows of Knight), Bobby Kimball (Toto), Alan White (Yes, Plastic Ono Band), DennySeiwell (Wings, Art Garfunkel, James Brown), Frankie Banali (Quiet Riot), Chris Slade(AC/DC, Asia).Page 1 of 2
Also on Friday, NAMM will co-host the “John Lennon Educational Tour Bus 15thAnniversary Celebration” at the Arena Plaza featuring an exciting performance byBootsy Collins & Friends including Verdine White (Earth, Wind & Fire) and Bernie Worrell.Friday will also feature the 27th Annual TEC Awards in the Pacific Ballroom at theAnaheim Hilton featuring Phil Collen, Lisa Loeb, Weird Al Yankovic, Bernie Williams, Jeff“Skunk” Baxter, Phil Ramone, Billy Sheehan, Will Lee and Bootsy Collins with the Les PaulAward being presented to Steve Vai. Tickets are required for this event and can bepurchased at 27thannualtecawards.eventbrite.com.Saturday, Jan. 20On the main Lobby Stage, NAMM will proudly present the 2nd year of its “Celebrity Jam”featuring the Band from TV. Stars including, Scott Grimes, James Denton, GregGrunberg, Adrian Pasdar, Bob Guiney, Jesse Spencer, Anthony Ruivivar and others willshow how much they love to play music when the cameras stop rolling.Also on Saturday, over at the Downtown Disney District, will be the finals of NAMM’sSchoolJam USA bringing together the best teenage bands in the country to battle forbragging rights and prizes for their band and their school music programs. Co-hosted byteen pop sensation Greyson Chance and singer/songwriter Shaun Barrowes.About NAMMNAMM is the not-for-profit association that unifies, leads and strengthens the 17 billioninternational musical instruments and products industr
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