Summer NAMM Announces Music Industry Day During Trade Show

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For its Nashville trade show in June, the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) invites musicians, songwriters, sound and recording professionals, music educators and students to experience Summer NAMM during Music Industry Day.

Held on Saturday, June 25 at Music City Center, Music Industry Day will open the doors to NAMM’s members-only trade show to learn and connect at professional workshops, see the latest in new gear, and enjoy artist performances and events.

Sessions will include:

· Social Media Strategies for Your Music Career
· DIY Marketing for Musicians
· Into the Sound Hole: Insights from Top Guitar Builders
· The Targeted Hit Songwriter: Increasing Your Odds of Getting Cuts
· The Pedal Summit
· Songwriting Tips from Nashville Pros

Also on Saturday, Advanced Audio + Applications Exchange (AE3) will present the “Future of Audio Summit” during Summer NAMM’s TEC Tracks. Catering to sound, studio and stage professionals, these future-focused sessions will explore disruptive innovations in music and audio hosted by leaders in the field. Sessions will include:

· Breaking the Fear of Machine Intelligence and Virtual Reality
· The Future of Country Music with Kelsea Ballerini
· The Future of Music City and Technology Innovation
· The Future Guitarist
· The Future of Metadata and Business Intelligence for Music Row
· The Future of Instrument and Amplifier Modeling

Nearly 500 of the top musical instrument, accessory, and pro audio companies will be onhand offering attendees the chance to pickup and play. Exhibitors include Fender Musical Instruments, Gibson Brands, C.F. Martin Guitars, Pearl Drums, Roland, Taylor Guitars, Yamaha, along with emerging companies like Bourbon Barrel Guitars and Stoplight pedals. Prominent names in pro audio, including Alesis, American Music and Sound, Casio, Presonus, and Tascam will showcase new advancements in pro audio technology and products.

Along with great products and sessions, Music Industry Day will also welcome the American Eagle Awards and its honorees, Emmylou Harris, Vince Gill, and the Grand Ole Opry. Now in its 33rd year, the American Eagle Awards recognize individuals that have made significant contributions to the music in America and are produced by the National American Music Council. The event is open to all Summer NAMM badge holders.

Summer NAMM Music Industry Day badges are currently available for purchase online and at the door. Admission is $10 if purchased online in advance and $20 at the door on the day of event.

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