Thursday, December 14, 2006

Return of the Hard Truckers


This cool press release came out while I was "out of it" but better late than never, eh???

DECEMBER 1ST, 2006 MARKS THE TRIUMPHANT RETURN OF AN IMPORTANT COG IN THE GRATEFUL DEAD WHEEL

After Thirty Years on the Road and a Brief Hiatus The Hard Truckers are Back.

Back in 1975, a fledgling company formed in the Bay Area. Two Grateful Dead Roadies, Steve Parish and Joe Winslow, took what they learned as part of the team that built the Grateful Dead's legendary Wall of Sound and began commercially building the touring professional's speaker cabinet. On the cutting edge of technology, the Hard Truckers produced speaker cabinets years ahead of their time. Used by the Bay Area's biggest rock stars, these hand-made speaker cabinets toured the world and back. Well now, Steve, Joe and the Hard Truckers are back.

The Hard Truckers are proud to announce their return to the music gear scene. For this leg of the trip the Hard Truckers are honored to have their good friends from Tone Tubby speakers along for the ride. Called "the most significant development in speaker design for decades." Tone Tubby and their hempcone speakers are committed to tone. The Hard Truckers are again doing what they do best as they set the stage for the hottest speakers the market has ever seen.

Hand-made works of art, the Hard Truckers are the professional answer to generic gear. Musicians of all levels will benefit by the return of the Hard Truckers.


Catch them at NAMM in Anaheim, CA, Jan 17th-20th in the Tone Tubby Booth, Hall "E" booth 1280.

If you would like more information on this topic or to schedule an interview with the Hard Truckers, please contact Glenn Goldstein at (404) 496-4049 ext. 5 or email Glenn at glenn@hardtruckers.com

And make sure to visit the Hard Truckers website

And if anyone is wondering what to get SLC Library Boy for Christmas...

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