World-Class Pop/Folk Art Artist Returns to NAMM Show

Rocking The Clock


ANAHEIM, CA – World-Class , California pop and folk art artist, Dave Hurwitz of Rocking The Clock, returns to NAMM Show in Anaheim, with another array of the most amazing musical instrument art creations, yet!

Known for his repurposing of old, unusable musical instruments, transforming them into incredible works of art (clocks, tables, lamps and more), Dave is premiering some of his rarest and most unique pieces that will prove to be one of NAMM Show’s most extraordinary displays.

From a giant Beatles clock, made from a dozen original Beatles 45’s to a lamp made from a guitar, with a Jimi Hendrix-style hat lampshade, Dave’s creations combine nostalgic music history with a contemporary flair that make his one-of-a-kind, custom pieces highly sought after and collectible.

With pieces selling well into the $100’s and $1,000’s in art galleries from California to the Carolinas, Dave’s pieces will be offered to NAMM visitors at special show discount prices, making it affordable for just about anyone to own one of these rare works. In addition, through his collaboration with world-renowned uke artist, Ukulele Ray, Dave will be offering their new “Lunchbox Clox,”as well, giving folks an even more less expensive option to own a piece of rock music art and history.

Rocking The Clock and Ukulele Ray will be located downstairs of the main Hall E, Booth #1001 at the Anaheim Convention Center, NAMM Show 2018.

For more information contact: Dave Hurwitz (510) 323-3954