Buckcherry, Foreigner and Rex Brown Among Appearances
ANAHEIM, CA – RHC, manufacturer and supplier of a wide array of audio, video and lighting equipment, releases its musician appearance schedule for NAMM 2019 (Booth #11510). Included among the artists is Rex Brown (Kill Devil Hill and Pantera) as well as members of Foreigner and Buckcherry, each longtime users of RHC’s RoadHog Cables.
“Not only are we are thrilled to have such popular and experienced artists with us at NAMM this year,” says Darius Seabaugh, Vice President of Marketing for RHC, “but we are honored by their continued loyalty to RHC equipment over the years.”
Rex Brown – Friday, January 25 at 1:30 p.m.
As both a musician and an author, Rex Brown is best known for his time as the bassist for Pantera. After the band’s split in 2003, Brown spent time as a member of the band Down before moving to his current gig as bassist for Kill Devil Hill, a heavy metal super-group. In April 2013, Brown wrote a book titled “Official Truth 101 Proof,” which archives the creation, career and disbandment of Pantera. In July 2017, Brown released his first solo album “Smoke on This,” for which he is featured as a triple threat, bassist, guitarist and lead vocalist. Brown has relied on the durability of RapcoHorizon RoadHog Cables for his studio and touring needs.
Buckcherry – Saturday, January 26 at 12 p.m.
The American rock band first came together in Anaheim, CA in 1995. The band’s ninth studio album, “Warpaint,”is scheduled to be released this Spring. Buckcherry’s band members and techs have used various RHC products over the years. This includes RapcoHorizon’s custom splitter snakes and RoadHog Cables. 2019 is expected to be an exciting touring year for the band.
Foreigner – Saturday, January 26 at 2 p.m.
English-American rock band,Foreigner, was formed in late-70s New York by Lou Gramm, Ian McDonald and Songwriter Hall of Fame member, Mick Jones. As one of the world’s best-selling bands, Foreigner has ten multi-platinum albums and 16 Top 30 hits. They are best known for their No. 1 hit “I Want to Know What Love Is.” Other classics, such as “Juke Box Hero,” “Hot Blooded” and “Feels Like the First Time,” continue to gain relevance through spots in movies,TV shows and commercials. Over the years, Foreigner has relied on RapcoHorizon’s RoadHog for its touring needs.