Heil Sound, Lectrosonics, Renkus-Heinz, And Roland Co-Host NAMM Shindig

ANAHEIM, CA--While Winter NAMM is always one of the most highly anticipated events in the music and sound industry, this year's annual gathering has a new twist that is certain to attract attention. Heil Sound, Lectrosonics, Renkus-Heinz, and Roland Systems Group are co-sponsoring a party that will feature musical performances delivered through some of the most innovative equipment available to the professional audio community.

The party is scheduled to take place on Saturday, January 19th, 2008 at the Sheraton Park Hotel, right by the Anaheim Convention Center, making it an easy walk for all who wish to attend. The party will start at 7 PM and feature the "Loud and Proud" music of the Johnny Hiland Band, Orange County rockers Unit 287, as well as Eagles tribute band Hotel California. Additionally, expectations are high that some of Bob Heil's industry friends will be making guest appearances.

The sponsors have planned this event as an opportunity to enjoy some great music, visit with industry friends, and experience some technology our industry has to offer in a real-world setting.

Karl Winkler, Lectrosonics director of business development, who is spearheading the coordination of the party, commented on the companies involved in this endeavor. "The combination of products used in support of the musical performance at this party amounts to what may very well be the most advanced live sound reinforcement system currently available. Everyone involved in this effort is committing considerable resources, expertise, and time to make this party happen. I'm confident this event will be one rockin' party that will also attract the attention of numerous industry heavyweights because of the technology being utilized."


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