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D'Angelico Guitars to Sponsor Newport Jazz Festival
(Published: July 28, 2016)

D'Angelico Guitars to Sponsor Newport Jazz Festival

JULY 28 -- In celebration of their shared musical heritage, D'Angelico Guitars is a proud first-time sponsor of the 2016 Newport Jazz Festival. All in attendance are encouraged to stop by their front-of-house tent to try the instruments, grab free giveaways, and enter to win a guitar.

Founded in 1932 by master-luthier John D'Angelico, D'Angelico Guitars is a New York City-based luxury guitar brand. Revered for making some of the finest archtop and semi-hollow guitars in the world, D'Angelico is in the midst of a modern resurgence. Reissues and new designs broaden its line every year, while brand presence grows rapidly.

In their 84 years as a brand, D'Angelico has never formally sponsored the Newport Jazz Festival, one of the most renowned jazz events in the world. As the guitar of choice for jazz legends such as Tony Mottola and modern stars like Kurt Rosenwinkel, the D'Angelico name has always been closely associated with the genre. Now, attendees and artists alike will be able to interact with the brand and its instruments on the festival grounds from July 29-31.

More Information: http://www.newportjazzfest.org

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Carolyn McClair Public Relations


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