Warm and sunny weather continued to bless Anaheim, California as our four artists performed for the crowds. Here's a round-up from our touring recording studio's second day at the 2019 NAMM Show.
Sheyna Gee and the Boys opened the morning with their unapologetic California country anthems. Their sound luring in the early birds who got treated to a chill start to the second day of the NAMM show.
The second act added to the relaxed atmosphere that Sheyna Gee began. Aelish treated the crowds to their brand of folk music that's influenced by rock and blues, but also integrates an electronic element to the sound. As Aelish performed, their unique sound started to draw people away from the food trucks down to the Dynaudio Unheard studio - quite the feat as their session started as hungry NAMM guests headed for lunch at noon.
Twin sisters, Jessica and Jackie Parry, introduced the American-based touring recording studio for a new genre: metal. The classically-trained pianists found themselves more and more inspired by classic rock and eventually picked up the electric guitar and drums. With their grandiose and hugely impressive sound, Jessica and Jackie's performance underlined that you should never judge a book by its cover.
The final band of the day brought the Dominican Republic to Anaheim with their Caribbean sound. Omar Quezada band entertained with their energetic and joyful latin, making you feel like you were in Santa Domingo - even if it's just for a minute.