RCF has been commissioned to provide the sound reinforcement at the 2017 Summer NAMM live performance stage form July 13-15 in Nashville, Tenn.

The Reverb Stage on the Terrace is an outdoor performance area located adjacent to the Nashville Convention Center where NAMM will showcase emerging musical acts. Headlining on the stage will be country music pioneer Charley Pride who will debut his new album Music In My Heart.

“It’s an honor to provide the system for this NAMM event,” said RCF Vice President of Sales and Marketing Tarik Solangi. “We have had so much success with our HDL20-A line array system that being asked to showcase the system at this NAMM event is exciting.”

RCF provides solutions for the retail, integration, studio and live sound markets.

The RCF HDL20-A is an active line array cabinet comprised of two 10-inch woofers with a 3-inch neodymium compression driver powered by a 1400-watt Class-D amplifier. The mutli-functional mechanics allow the cabinet to be flown, ground stacked or pole mounted making it a perfect solution for the various needs of live sound applications as well as installation.

For the Reverb Stage, RCF will be utilizing eight HDL20-A ground stacked on four SUB8006-AS active dual 18-inch subwoofers. For stage monitors, there will be a combination of NX12-SMA active 12-inch coaxial cabinets and TT45-CXA dual 10-inch high-powered cabinets. RCF will be working with partner Thunder Audio on the production.

Country legend Charley Pride, with a career that includes 36 chart-topping country hits and three Grammy Awards, will headline Music Industry Day on July 15 with a performance at 1 p.m.

A partial list of performances on the Reverb Stage include:

  • Thursday, July 13 — Bryce Hitchcock, The Saturns, Shelby Lee Lowe, The Middle Ground, John Hammond Funk Unit and the World’s Fastest Drummer heats.
  • Friday, July 14 — The Brook & The Bluff, Strung Like a Horse, Derek Norsworthy, Rose Cora Perry & The Truth Untold, Izabel Crane and the World’s Fastest Drummer heats.
  • Saturday, June 15 — Charley Pride, School of Rock Nashville and the World’s Fastest Drummer finals.
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