The 2019 NAMM Show is set with just over a month before it starts. It will come alive and will be composed of NAMM performers and household names from the music industry who will give their own unique sound of hip-hop and classical, to blues and rock.
Ready to conquer with music production, there will be different artists who will set on The 2019 NAMM Show to give a great live sound.
On Thursday, Black Violin will perform to celebrate the advocacy and dedication of NAMM members. The duo is composed of classically trained violist and violinist Wil B and Kev Marcus, who is known their classical training and hip-hop influences. “Classical boom” is how they described their music—with that distinctive multi-genre sound. The group’s most recent record, Stereotypes, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Classical Crossover Chart and #4 on the Billboard R&B Chart.
On Friday, The 2019 NAMM Show promises an all-star line-up from Yamaha, with the “Yamaha All-Star Concert on the Grand 2019”. Even the lineup for this year’s concert remains a secret, Yamaha will give an extravaganza with its unmatched reputation for creating the most entertaining concert events in the history of NAMM shows. And for sure, The 2019 NAMM Show won’t be different.
On Saturday evening, for the annual “Imagine Party,” Elle King will be welcomed by The NAMM Foundation and The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus. King is known for her well-mixed music that blends pop, blues, and rock ‘n’ roll into a sound that’s all her own. With finally signing with RCA records, she released The Elle King EP which featured the Mob Wives Chicago theme song “Playing For Keeps.”
Then, the Arena Plaza will feature the Earth Harp as part of The 2019 NAMM Show celebration. It is the world’s longest playable stringed instrument. It measures long enough to reach from the balcony of the ACC North building to the Plaza. William Close, the LA-based inventor who holds the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest stringed instrument in the world, will play the Earth Harp.