NAMM 2014 Preview: COLDCOCK Whiskey to Sponsor 3 Rocking NAMM Parties

COLDCOCK American Herbal Whiskey, the musician owned and operated distillery, is set to sponsor 3 killer parties at NAMM this year, the NAMM Rock N’ Bowl Charity Event (Jan 22), NAMM Show Kick-Off Party (Jan 23) and the Schecter Guitars NAMM After Show Party (Jan 25) all of which take place in Anaheim.


The first of these parties is the Rock N’ Bowl, a new charity event to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project and a USO Rock Tour the spring of 2014. The main fundraising feature of this event is the celebrity bowling experience, which allows the public to bid to bowl with their favorite celebrity. Grand prizes go out to the individual and team with the highest bowling score. Tats for Troops, silent auctions, Dollars for DJ request and personal donations will assist the bowling event in raising funds. Fans, participants and VIPs will have an opportunity to network with music professionals while enjoying a relaxing environment at the Concourse Bowling which houses 40 bowling lanes and plenty of room for 1,000 customers. It takes place at the Concourse Bowling Bar & Grill on Wednesday, January 22, 2014 from 5:30 pm-12:00 am.

NAMM Rock n Bowl 2014

The NAMM Kick-off Party appears to be the most metal of the lot, with the illegible logos of Mobile Deathcamp, Exmortus, Letum Acensus, Ritual, and Night Demon, Thursday January 23, 2014 at The Juke Joint Anaheim
735 N. Anaheim Blvd. Be there or be un-kvlt.

NAMM 2014 Kick Off Party

But now the moment we’ve all been waiting for – the Schecter After Party, featuring Black Label Society and the debut of Conquering Dystopia, the supergroup of Jeff Loomis, Keith Merrow, and what I’ve taken to calling Rhythm Section: Alex – which consists of Alex Webster (Cannibal Corpse, Blotted Science) and Alex Rudinger (The Faceless). So that’s happening, in real life. Damn.

This shit drops on Saturday the 25th, 8 pm, at the Grove of Anaheim, 2200 East Katella Ave.

Schecter NAMM After Party 2014


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