The first D’Addario Guitar Festival was trending on music community. We received so many requests to repeat this guitar madness and we decided to organize the second D’Addario Guitar Festival for you.
We will gather together the best D’Addario artists at the outdoor stage of the International musical festival NAMM Musikmesse Russia on September 13th (Friday). They will perform for you solo and with their bands.
Roman Miroshnichenko and his band will open the festival with special guitar set consisting the author's compositions from the album "Ascension". The album was nominated for the «Best Instrumental Album» in the most prestigious the US Awards "The Independent Music Awards 2018".
Later you will enjoy the live performance by Roman Zorkin who is one of the most groovy classical guitar players in Russia. Aleksandr Zilkov, the popular YouTube blogger, will rock for at the stage. Guitar fusion by Roman Bondarenko and his band will grace the festival.
The young talented guitar players Max Ostro, Boris Balikov and Kirill Sveshnikov will also join in the fun.
By the end of the day Sergey Tabachnikov who will become the host of the festival again together with his band nobody.one will play the best songs.
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D'Addario is a manufacturer of musical instrument strings and accessories, primarily for guitars but also many other fretted and orchestral instruments. The company currently has its world headquarters in Farmingdale, Long Island, New York, and its European headquarters in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England. It is a family-owned and operated business that is one of the largest string manufacturers in the world, not only producing several lines of strings under their own brand names, but also making OEM strings for other musical instrument companies.
D'Addario also produces and distributes other musical accessories under other brands. Some of the products offered are cables, capos, ear plugs, electronic tuners, straps, humidifiers, picks, slides, drumheads, drum sticks, and reeds for woodwind instruments