NAMM in the Media

The 2016 NAMM Show was covered by a global media base, following are excerpts from around the world of media... TELEVISION COVERAGE FOX 43 WPMT : Tech Report FOX 11 KKFX

This NAMM Market Development 2014 video shows the variety of programs and opportunities offered to NAMM members to help build their customer base and create more music makers. 

Rolling Stone features the Turnaround Arts program, supported by the NAMM Foundation

The San Diego Union-Tribune reports on the San Diego Unified School District's recognition as one of the NAMM Foundation's 2014 "Best Communities for Music Education"

Scholastic Parent & Child article quotes NAMM's Mary Luehrsen and was placed by NAMM

NAMM worked with MSN Living to provide research and input for this feature article, Five Musical Ways to Bond with Your Baby. NAMM Foundation Executive Director Mary Luehrsen is quoted throughout, among other research provided by NAMM.

Fox News' award-winning health journalist Laurie Tarkan wrote a feature article on the benefits of making music as a stress reliever in the workplace.

NAMM was among the sponsors of the Life @50+, the AARP National Event & Expo in New Orleans.To demonstrate the interplay of rhythm on brain function, Mickey Hart, the longtime Grateful Dead percussionist and Trustee of American Folk Life Center, Library of Congress, headlined the "Life's Rhythms Reimagined" closing session with neurologist Adam Gazzaley, M.D., Ph.D., a professor at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr.

The Wall Street Journal shared the story of 13-year-old Luke Flottman in the article "How I Spent My Allowance" by Elizabeth Bernstein. Luke saved up his allowance for nearly a year, with his sights set on a brand new Squier Stratocaster by Fender.

The USA Today posted a story in their online travel section featuring insight from NAMM president Joe Lamond in their roundup for great places for music making around the United States. The article includes recommendations to test out a ukulele at Bertrand's Music in San Diego, try your hand at Adult Band Camp in Michigan and many more.