June 2012
Music Trades;Jun2012, Vol. 160 Issue 5, p30
The article reports on hosting a successful artist's in-store clinic in retail trade. Latin Percussion has had an active artist clinic program ever since its establishment more than 20 years ago. KMCMusicorp's Gibraltar Hardware, Gretsch Drums, Latin Percussion, and Toca Percussion have scheduled for roughly 100 clinics that will be held in retail stores.


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