Drum Workshop, Inc. and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum in Cleveland, Ohio have announced that the American drum maker has donated a complete set of DW Collector’s Series drums to the rock music institution. The black lacquer drumkit along with a full complement of DW pedals and hardware will be used for many of the educational and professional events that take place at the Hall.
"We’re hoping that this is just the start of a long and mutually-beneficial relationship between DW and the Hall of Fame," says Drum Workshop’s Director of Marketing, David Levine. "As one of the leading American drum companies, we intend to continue to develop ways to work with and support the Hall’s activities and outreach programs because of their importance to the ongoing history and evolution of rock music as a truly American art form."
For more information, see your local Drum Workshop dealer or contact DW at 3450 Lunar Court, Oxnard, CA 93030, USA, tel: (805) 485-6999, fax: (805) 485-1334, internet: www.dwdrums.com