Music Trades Celebrates 125th Anniversary
This year, Music Trades magazine celebrated its 125th anniversary and Publisher Paul Majeski and Editor Brian Majeski are third-generation stewards of the venerable music trade source that has been advising the music industry since before the Stathopoulo family set-up shop in Manhattan.  Paul and Brian are holding up a Custom Coronet presented to them in celebration of the magazine’s ongoing commitment to superb advice and reporting.

Since 1890, The Music Trades publication has offered the world of music and instrument makers unparalleled leadership in news coverage, analysis of trends, and industry information. And today it remains the only industry trade publication that consistently draws its earnings from circulation and advertising. It was the very trade publication that Epi Stathopoulo read when he began the Epiphone Banjo Co. in Manhattan, and it’s still the major source of industry news at the House of Stathopoulo’s state of the art headquarters in Nashville today.

Music Trades is published 12 times a year and is every industry manager’s right hand source for late breaking news, product information, and profiles. Congratulations from all of us at Epiphone!