Publisher of Market-Leading Music Education Publications and the World's Oldest Continuously Published Music Instrument Retail Trade Magazine
Mailing January 2021 poly-bagged with every issue of SBO Magazine to over 13000 readers in print!
Modern Band Journal Amplifies the Voice of 21st Century Music Education
It’s about music using guitars, drums, keyboards, vocals, technology and turntables, in whatever genre the culture of the school wants to learn from a massive collection of popular music spanning over half a century. Educators share the instruments they teach, how they teach them, repertoire that works, learning to use the tech, performance tips, and all things traditional band and vocal programs rolled into a program for the non band/choir kids to engage them in making music for a lifetime.
This free magazine is sent to all music educators teaching modern band programs, by their request, or their affiliation with LRK.
No other music education publication focuses on modern band like the all-new Modern Band Journal
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MMR Magazine was founded in 1879 and has been continuously published ever since.
We are the largest printed circulation magazine in the MI trade, reaching 9,398 qualified readers each month in print, plus over 2,700 qualified digital editor subscribers.
MMR is guided by seven generations of musical instrument retail and sales expertise.
More than two decades before NAMM was founded (1901), "MI" retailers began relying on Musical Merchandise Review to grow their business, discover the best of what's new, learn management advice, and more.
For 142 years, instrument, accessories, print, and over a century-worth of the ever-evolving world of related product manufacturers have relied on MMR to introduce their products to retailers eager to sell them.
They still do...
Print is “real” for retailers, that’s why we stayed in print during the crisis.
It’s going to be even more real for educators… especially after a school year of all-day looking at screens. We are printing, mailing, and giving educators a little of the normal they need as they go back to the classroom again.Music educators around America covering all genres and grade levels of instrumental and vocal music depend on these market-leading education publications to inspire their program planning and guide their travel plans, as they create new lifelong music makers.