Career & Business
While Third Rock Music Center is just shy of its fifth anniversary, the staff has honed its over 60 years of music retail skills to prepare for transitioning back to the ‘new normal’ that will soon face this Ohio retailer once they are allowed to reopen their brick and mortar location later this month.
With his store closed since March 18, Josh Landress, owner of J.Landress Brass has taken to his New York City balcony to remember those lost to the COVID-19 virus in a moving rendition of “Taps.”
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The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted common practices in everyday lives throughout the globe. With medical experts now promoting the use of face masks to protect communities, citizens throughout the world are looking for the safest and most reliable options in personal protective equipment.
Founded in 1974, the company was forced to temporarily shutter its normal operations in their New York factories on March 20, as the COVID-19 outbreak swept across the state.
Located in Columbia, Tennessee, NAMM Member, Froggy's Fog, is known for its theatrical effects fluids. With the impact of COVID-19 leaving a critical shortage of proper hand sanitizers and chemicals, co-owners Adam Pogue and Chris Markgraf knew they had the resources and know-how to help combat the spread of this deadly disease.
Two NAMM Members, Upstaging and Mountain Productions, are both determined to turn their live entertainment companies into beacons of hope for the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Innovation and passion have always been at the core of the music products industry. NAMM members like Sound Devices of Wisconsin have taken these values to new heights. Amid the global pandemic that is COVID-19, Sound Devices has shifted a large portion of their manufacturing efforts to assist and protect those who are on the front lines of exposure with the virus.
The NAMM Show is the place for instrument manufacturers to make their grand debut or to premier new products.
NAMM Shows have a reputation for being the spot to debut products and to highlight emerging companies. Square Amps, a new company from of Austin, Texas, used the Summer NAMM Show to debut a new line of amplifiers.
Leanne Chu, Project Manager at Gator Cases was one of three recipients of the Smart Women in Music (SWIM) Fund grant - a program that assists women in the music products industry in attending NAMM Shows with the hopes of expanding the influence of women in the music products industry.
NAMM Shows have a reputation for being the spot in music products to debut new, groundbreaking equipment and the 2019 Summer NAMM Show in Nashville was no exception.