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Namm 2016

Hello Everyone,

As Beyer Music Expands its business into new territory we also continue to go to the source of musical product information. By attending the NAMM Show in Anaheim California we become more educated and what’s more we network with others. What could be better than having the whole music retail world in one place for 4 days (in sunny California no less). While Beyer Music will be doing some product reshuffling we continue to sell pianos and organs. Our main brand being Roland. However at NAMM we looked seriously at items at lower price points which will be sold online. Today’s market demands online selling and that is what NAMM has seriously been addressing. We will keep you posted on our online developments as well as the product changes coming. We hope you like the forthcoming photos and we look forward to your input. We believe we will be the best small but powerful store for your needs.


Namm Front 2016

Namm Show Entrance




Hotel California

Last week brought the tragic death of Glenn Frey who was still very young at 67. Beyer Music wishes to give tribute with this picture taken at Venice Beach California by Chris Beyer.

Hotel California

“You may check out any time you like but you may never leave.”

The Loss of Glenn Frey of The Eagles


Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Joe Walsh of the Eagles harmonize during their opening number to a sold out crowd at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, July 28, 2001.

All I can say is that Glenn Frey was the man in charge of putting out some darn good music throughout the years. All these men of the Eagles gave some of the best insights into life. Hotel California has Frey’s instrumental composition all over it. The Eagles just did so much for humanity in general. Some of us would listen daily. The Eagles were diverse in style. Just look at the composition ” Take it easy”. A real hopping country ballad by Frey. Thank you so much Glenn.

NAMM 2016 in Anaheim, CA

NAMM 2016

ANAHEIM, CA – JANUARY 23: A general view of atmosphere at the 2015 National Association of Music Merchants show at the Anaheim Convention Center on January 23, 2015 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for NAMM)

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David Bowie – A True Rock Legend

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David Bowie will always be remembered as the colorful and interesting rock legend whose music spanned over 4 decades.

Featuring  ” Ziggy Stardust”.   “More to come!

Happy New Year

New Years 2016

Merry Christmas


Merry Christmas Everyone.  We have put together a little Christmas playlist.  Included are many singers and divas from throughout the years.  These are our best picks but we are sure you can come up with more. So enjoy the season and may Santa be good to you.  Thanks to all our customers!

We have many new adventures coming up for 2016. Please notify us how we can serve your musical needs with both products and lessons.  Please visit us on Facebook, and Google+.


Our Focus

This blog focuses on classic rock of which Southern Rock has been major part.  Historically our company has focused on pianos and organs and the Hammond Organ in particular. The Hammond B3 being a major component of rock bands.

At this time we discuss all instruments and performers.  We are also voting for top bands of all time.  Please submit your votes.  A major criteria is length of time that the band has been playing.



Certain bands you have no problem voting for. You know they are tops in their field. The Allman Brothers are one of those bands. You can’t help but wonder what makes a band so good that people would listen to them for almost 50 years. People have been paying to see them in concert. Paying to buy albums and download their music. Like the band members. The music never gets old. But the Allman Brothers have a rich history going back to the 60’s when Gregg and Duane pioneered the band.

Here is a selection of songs which are some of their best. More to come!!!!

You Don’t Love Me

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