Also celebrating its own 70 years delivering music, the brand hosted a an exclusive panel discussion between John Varvatos and the latest Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees.
Klipsch Audio also acted as the presenting sponsor of the 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, one of rock music’s biggest nights.
Klipsch Audio is keen to associate its self as an American brand with this most American of institutions and associate itself with music of the best quality underlining its popularity with musicians and audiophiles alike.
Klipsh says its latest innovative high-resolution wireless, distributed audio and portable products support the new ways people access, control and connect to audio content.
The panel in full was…
Robin Zander –Cheap Trick lead singer and rhythm guitarist. Cheap Trick have sold more than 20 million records, just released their 17th studio album, Bang, Zoom, Crazy…Hello, their first in 7 years and the band is currently on tour across America
Glenn Hughes –Deep Purple vocalist and bassist, Considered to be among the pioneers of heavy metal and modern hard rock, Deep Purple have sold over 100 million albums worldwide.
Glenn was part of the Deep Purple line-up between 1974-1976 and performed on the acclaimed albums Burn (1974), Stormbringer (1974), and Come Taste the Band (1975). Glenn will be on a solo tour in August this year.
Matt Sorum – Guns N’ Roses drummer (inducted in 2012). Guns N’ Roses was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame the first year they were eligible. Mat performed on the 7x platinum and Grammy nominated albums Use Your Illusion I and II (1991), as well as The Spaghetti Incident? (1993) as well as playing drums for the Grammy Award winning rock supergroup Velvet Revolver. Matt will be launching a new music blog and magazine, called The Musician’s ear.