We're Turning 21!
We’re celebrating 21 years of being in business in our current location and we’re observing the occasion like any responsible 21 year old would. We’re throwing a party to celebrate! Our 21st Birthday Bash will take place on June 15th, and we have a ton of special discounts (we’re talking up to 50% off on specially marked clearance items, here), live music, special guests, giveaways and other fun things lined up, so plan on hanging out with us! We’d also like to thank our vendors, for their support in making this day all it can be.
ENTER TO WIN PRIZES
We’ll be giving away a Fender Player Series Stratocaster and Epiphone Limited Edition John Lee Hooker Zephyr. All you have to do to be eligible is stop by the store anytime before June 15th and fill out a quick form. No need to be present to win, if you’re the lucky name, we’ll let you know.
FENDER PLAYER SERIES STRAT WITH PLUS TOP
The inspiring sound of a Stratocaster is one of the foundations of Fender. Featuring this classic sound-bell-like high end, punchy mids and robust low end, combined with crystal-clear articulation-the stunning Player Stratocaster HSS Plus Top is packed with authentic Fender feel and style. It’s ready to serve your musical vision, it’s versatile enough to handle any style of music and it’s the perfect platform for creating your own sound.
Limited Edition John Lee Hooker Guitar
Made with the cooperation of John Lee Hooker’s family, the new Epiphone Ltd. Ed. John Lee Hooker 100th Anniversary Zephyr Outfit is a faithful replica of Hooker’s rare 1961 Epiphone Zephyr that was his main instrument on tour and in the studio for over a decade. Hooker’s original Zephyr was one of only 13 made in 1961 and only 45 Zephyrs were produced between 1959 and 1963. Now, 55 years later, what better way to reintroduce the Zephyr than to honor John Lee Hooker! Limited to 1,000 units.
Free Guitar Restrings
From 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM, or until we run out, we’ll hook you up with a set of strings. We’ll even put ’em on for you. All you have to do is bring us in a non-perishable food item so that we can pass it to on to the Nourish Food Bank. Get a free set of strings and help out your fellow man. Pretty cool.
Free Food, Drinks and Prizes
While you cruise around the store be sure you do it with complimentary refreshments in hand. We’re going to have a ton of things to see and do, make sure you stay hydrated. Weren’t the lucky winner of the JLH or the Fender? Don’t fret. Get it? Fret? Anyway, We have plenty of other cool things to giveaway.
We’re also going to have some industry specialists on hand giving demos and answering any specific questions about products you may have. Check out this cast! Be sure to stop any of these folks and strike up a little conversation, the amount of knowledge this group has is immeasurable.
Dr. Epiphone and Rob Ossolinski – Epiphone Product Specialists
Mike Krompass – Artist (The Fell, Smash Mouth), Producer and Laney Amp Endorser
Richard Starkey – guitar Luthier and Martin Guitar Specialist
Joey the Answer Man – Product Specialist for Roland Boss
Jason Crowe – Product Specialist for Charvel and Jackson
Wendy White – Product Specialist for Toca Percussion, Stagg and Laney
Thane Shearon – Concert Musical Supply guitar luthier.
What kind of party would this be if we didn’t have music? In true Concert Musical Supply style however, instead of having to get our old dusty records off the shelf, we’re going live! Check out this lineup!
The Fell is a collaboration of musicians who hail from rock’n’roll upbringings. The four met through rock’n’roll, and that is the language we are projecting. The Fell is not typical of any of their past projects, It’s a fresh new direction, but uses their influences to create a more modern sound, with heavy guitars, powerful riffs, crushing grooves and huge vocals.
Cold Truth is a four piece power blues rock band from Nashville, Tennessee. The band’s 2008 release “Do Whatcha Do” is the follow-up to their 2003 self-titled debut, both of which have received outstanding reviews from rock critics worldwide. The raw and gritty sounds of “Do Whatcha Do” are reminiscent of the cutting edge, in your face, rock from the 1970s. The band stays true to their roots and their own musical influences, but the flare and talent of these four guys is hands down classic rock at its finest.
Drum Circle Featuring Ross Lester and the drum disciples
The Drum Disciples is a band of Ross’ friends and students who get together from time to time to play drums and make a rockin’ rumble at someone’s house, in the park, and at occasional public performances around Nashville and Murfreesboro. The desire of The Drum Disciples is to have a great time and bring joy to others.
We’ll also have music from The Live Ukulele Choir and New Fender American Acoustasonic Product Demonstration! We got everybody’s taste covered!