RRR TV Spotlight: Rock and Roll Report TV Goes To NAMM

For those have you who have been watching on YouTube, MySpace, Vimeo, Yahoo Video, Daily Motion, Blip.TV and I2TV you will know that The Rock and Roll Report has it’s very own TV show called…..Rock and Roll Report TV! That’s right! RRR TV has been to the Golden Gods awards, The HMMAs, NAMM in addition to interviewing a bunch of cool bands in LA and Phoenix where we are based.

RRR TV is a labour of love by a number of people that don’t get the proper thanks that they deserve so at this point I would like to thank the crew that make RRR TV a reality.

Andy Anzaldua is RRR TV’s editor in chief and producer based in Phoenix,Arizona. Without him RRR TV simply does not get “on the air.”

Leah Cevoli is our LA-based producer and hostess with the mostess. An accomplished actor and friend to all rock and rollers traveling through LA LA land, Leah brings a proffessional but always irreverent attitude to RRR TV and we love her for it.

Allegra is our other LA-based host. When she is not hobnobbing with the rich and famous she is bringing us her always personal take on some of music’s brightest lights.

Summer Rona jumped into the fray and hosted our coverage of the Hollywood Music and Media Awards in Hollywood. An accomplished musician herself, we hope to bring you more Summer all year round!

Tarah McDaniel and Adrienne Mitsis are our newest additions to RRR TV. Both based out of Phoenix, they are busy adding some local color and spice to the show while they shine the light on some incredibly deserving up and coming bands and solo artists.

And a big thank you to the boys of Gee Davey for lending their music to the theme of RRR TV.

More people are getting involved in RRR TV every month so if you have any ideas or better yet you know your way around a video camera, give us a call.

In today’s episode RRR Tv’s Leah Cevoli takes you inside the world of NAMM on part-one of this two-part series. The National Association For Music Merchants is a 4-day convention that happens 2x a year. (Los Angeles, Nashville)and we were there to see what it is all about.