Fred Armisen To Host The 35th Annual NAMM TEC Awards

NAMM’s TEC Awards have announced that actor, comedian, and musician Fred Armisen will host the 35th Annual Technical Excellence and Creativity Awards (NAMM TEC Awards), being held Saturday, January 18, 2020 in Anaheim, California.

The TEC Awards are presented annually as part of The NAMM Show. Nominees for the awards, which honor individuals, companies and technical innovations used in sound recordings, films, broadcast television, and video games, were announced in Nashville at Summer NAMM.

While Armisen is best known as a comedian, he’s also performed as a drummer as a member of Blue Man Group, as part of the Late Night with Seth Meyers house band and has hosted a Netflix one-hour special, Fred Armisen: Standup for Drummers, described as “comedy for musicians but everyone is welcome.”

“I have really enjoyed attending NAMM in the past, and I am so happy to be a part of this upcoming convention,” says Armisen. “Music means everything to me. I’m looking forward to being there and to getting to meet musicians and music fans.”

Tickets to the 35th NAMM TEC Awards, being held Saturday, January 18, 2020, are available for purchase on-site at the Hilton Anaheim or at the Tech Awards site for $65 (General Admission) or $195 (VIP). The show begins with a VIP-only reception at 6 PM, followed by the awards ceremony at 7 PM, held in the hotel’s 2nd floor Pacific Ballroom.

TEC Awards Supporters: The Les Paul Foundation, Amazon Musical Instruments, Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, Neumann, Solid State Logic, Softube, Yamaha, Antelope Audio, Universal Audio, AVN Systems, Wells Fargo Commercial Distribution Finance, Hal Leonard, Broadjam, Inc., Pioneer DJ, PreSonus Audio Electronics, d&b audiotechnik, Meyer Sound Laboratories, Inc., United States Postal Service, L-Acoustics, Cable Wrangler, Slick Audio, Genelec, The Recording Academy: Producers & Engineers Wing, Izotope, Inc., Leapwing Audio, Adam Hall Group, Oktava Design & Marketing, Musilla, Inc., NTi Audio, Inc., IMSTA (International Music Software Trade Association), United, CITT/ITS (Canadian Institute of Theater and Technology), Sonic Scoop, Wonder Wonder Sound and AMS Consultants, among many others.

3 thoughts on “Fred Armisen To Host The 35th Annual NAMM TEC Awards

    1. I imagine comments here will be divided between those who have seen some version of ‘Standup for Drummers’ and those who haven’t.

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