70's rock band create noise with Marshall Amplifiers

Paxt's distributor in Georgia supplies 1960B cabinets for Uriah Heep concert

Posted 14th May 2012

70's rock band create noise with Marshall Amplifiers

Uriah Heep is an English rock band who formed in 1969; they are regarded as one of the seminal hard rock acts of the early 1970s. Uriah Heep's distinctive sound has always been massive keyboards sound and strong vocal harmonies.

The band performed a one off concert in Georgia at the Philharmonia Tbilisi Concert Hall, fronted by founding member Mick Box.   Locomotive Promotion, who is the parent company of Professional Light and Sound Georgia, (Paxt’s distributor for Marshall Amplification) organised and promoted the show. Through PLSGE they supplied Mick Box, 4 Marshall 1960B cabinets to use at the show; they also provided the band with technical support and were also sponsors of the show.

Levan Kapanadze, Technical Director for Locomotive Promotion said, "Once again Marshall 1960 cabinets have proved to be the best of the best, one of THE most rider friendly cabinets in the world!"

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