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Drum Pioneer Snares A Big Chunk Of The Market

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January 13, 2012 | By John Corrigan
Anaheim becomes the world's music Mecca next week with the return of the annual National Assn. of Music Merchants trade show, which expects to draw more than 90,000 industry insiders. The NAMM show is where makers of guitars, drums, keyboards and other musical instruments and sound gear show off their latest wares to retailers, and they'll fill just about every inch of the Anaheim Convention Center for the Jan. 19-22 show. But it's the who, not the what, that makes this the West Coast's biggest trade show.
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January 13, 2012 | By John Corrigan
Anaheim becomes the world's music Mecca next week with the return of the annual National Assn. of Music Merchants trade show, which expects to draw more than 90,000 industry insiders. The NAMM show is where makers of guitars, drums, keyboards and other musical instruments and sound gear show off their latest wares to retailers, and they'll fill just about every inch of the Anaheim Convention Center for the Jan. 19-22 show. But it's the who, not the what, that makes this the West Coast's biggest trade show.
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April 4, 2010 | By Lauren Beale
The gig: Chief executive and founder of Valencia-based Remo Inc., a pioneer in drumhead technology and a leading manufacturer of drumheads for more than 50 years. Background: Remo Belli, 82, started drumming at age 12, while growing up in the South Bend-Mishawaka, Ind., area near Elkhart, a city known for producing band instruments. Because of the manpower drain created by World War II, he was able to become a professional drummer at 16 while still in high school. After a stint in the Navy, he played with jazz and swing groups and moved to California.
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April 4, 2010 | By Lauren Beale
The gig: Chief executive and founder of Valencia-based Remo Inc., a pioneer in drumhead technology and a leading manufacturer of drumheads for more than 50 years. Background: Remo Belli, 82, started drumming at age 12, while growing up in the South Bend-Mishawaka, Ind., area near Elkhart, a city known for producing band instruments. Because of the manpower drain created by World War II, he was able to become a professional drummer at 16 while still in high school. After a stint in the Navy, he played with jazz and swing groups and moved to California.
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