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JHS has reported a customer attendance rise of 22 per cent for this year’s Event.
As part of its 40th anniversary celebrations, MXR is rolling out a free power supply promotion to customers across participating authorised dealers.
Studiomaster will be showing of its Starlight ML combined sound and lighting cabs at MIRC 2014.
Adam Hall, in collaboration with Brvado, has revealed an exclusive line of limited edition Rolling Stones branded cables.
Yamaha will be offering retailers a raft of exclusive show day deals across its guitar, drums and monitor lines at tomorrow’s MIRC.
The Academy of Music & Sound has announced the UK’s first online ‘blended learning’ degree in Performance Industries, with MIRTAS store staff given the chance to get involved using the ...
Keyboard manufacturer, Editors Keys, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2014 E3 Business Awards, which will be held at the Reebok Stadium in Bolton on September 18th.
Tanglewood has confirmed that Scandinavian Master Luthier, Michael Sanden, will be in attendance at next week’s MIRC.
Simon Gilson, managing director of UK retailer PMT, has joined the fight against music education cuts in the UK, calling on Government to do more to support the sector.
Journalist, documentary producer and radio presenter, Henry Scott-Irvine, has been in touch with MI Pro to offer his view on the recent statement from Denmark St developer, Consolidated Developments. ...
Chord will be giving away a Bluetooth speaker system as part of an exclusive MIRC promotion.
A new study from charity Music for All has revealed that more people than ever now play or want to play a musical instrument.
Vintage recently announced the launch of a brand new Midge Ure Vintage Signature guitar – the V100MU. Daniel Gumble caught up with the Ultravox star and JHS guitar expert Trev ...
Consolidated Developments, the firm behind the much publicised redevelopment of Denmark Street, has issued a statement outlining its commitment to “preserving and enhancing the musical heritage of Tin Pan Alley.”
This month, we ask our retail advisory board: Are in-store events a good way to drum up custom and drive new business? What works and what doesn’t?