Dog

Kitten is the mascot at Candyman Strings & Things in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Watching customers walk into the store and immediately smile when they see Kitten is a joy to witness. Her proud owner is Chelsie Reed, daughter of Cindy and Rand Cook, the owners of Candyman. Chelsie is currently the...
Max Jones is the official greeter at Bill Jones Music in Knoxville. He does his best to meet each person as they enter the store and won’t mind if the customers take a moment to rub his belly. The founders of the store, Bill and Marjorie Jones, adopted Max when he was just 3 weeks old and he grew...
Perry Pedersen is a full blooded Basset Hound, who has been a show dog for several years.  His role in the music industry started when he began joining his owners, John and Nedra, on walks to their music store in Burbank, California.  Perry is the official store greeter and plays a vital role in...
Fat Dog is the founder of Subway Guitars in Berkeley, California.  Since the 1960s, the store has become a hub for musicians to gather to discuss everything from politics and human rights concerns as well as music and poetry. The level of social awareness that Subway had was in Fat Dog's...
Jerry "Swamp Dogg" Williams is the songwriter and blues singer who began his recording career in 1954.  His soul and R&B-based blues included "There Ain't Enough Love," "She's So Devine" and "I'm in the Danger Zone."  His popular singles of the 1950s and 60s on 45rpm changed with the trends of...
Chloe Chafin is an Australian Sheppard who helps run Chafin Music in Lake Worth, Florida!  Her main job is to look good but she really does so much more.  Chloe puts people at ease and helps make them feel at home whenever they visit the store, which some people do just to see Chloe.  She was born...
Red Dog Weber saw a pogo-cello during the NAMM show in the early 1950s and thought if there was a percussive version of this instrument he could play it with his band and have a lot of fun. He started designing the instrument that he called the "boom schtick" in 1958 and has made thousands of them...