US Music Corporation Joins Forces With Onori International

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To Sell Premium Guitar Straps Worldwide; See Them Both At NAMM


(FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) – US Music Corporation announced they have entered into an agreement with Onori International to represent and distribute their well-known line of Onori Guitar Straps worldwide, effective January 14, 2014.

Come visit Onori Guitar Straps at the 2014 NAMM Show, January 23-26 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif. (Booth #5740, B Hall). For Albion Amplifiers, see Richie Onori at Booth #2990, B Hall. Richie Onori performs as part of Jimi Hendrix tribute band Voodoo Haze at Anaheim Marriott Suites on Saturday, January 25 at 9 p.m. Info. at

Barry Ryan, President of US Music Corporation, says, “we are thrilled to partner with Onori International. The Onori brand is known worldwide and Richie Onori has built a solid foundation of business from which we can build.With the introduction of some exciting new products that will be unveiled at this year’s Winter NAMM show, we should see a significant increase in the interest for the product line.”

In commenting on the new business arrangement, Richie Onori, Founder and Owner of Onori International, said, “we believe we have found the perfect partner to expand the sale of Onori Straps worldwide. US Music’s structure worldwide and the methods in which they transact their business are an exact fit to our needs and sales goals.”

US Music Corporation, located in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, is an international musical instrument company that manufactures and distributes products worldwide under the Washburn, Parker, Randall, Oscar Schmidt and Jay Turser brand names. They also distribute Marshall Amplifiers, Eden Bass Amps, Warwick, Hagstrom, Quik Lok and DigiTech in the U.S. and are a subsidiary of Jam Industries, Ltd.

Onori International, located in Woodland Hills, California, is a premium guitar strap company that creates and designs guitar straps for the world. Established in 2005, Onori has developed a reputation for providing a complete but concise line of guitar straps with an emphasis on quality and great value for the price.

“In The Name Of Freedom,” the debut album from Richie Onori’s Blues Messenger, champions human rights and individual freedoms. The album is produced by Dan Jenkins (known for his work with, among others, Tori Amos, Dionne Warwick, and Tower of Power). Blues Messenger (Phil Woodard, guitar; Marvin Sperling, bass; Richie Onori, guitars/vocals) is fronted by Onori, heretofore known for his high-energy drumming in multi-platinum bands The Sweet (“Ballroom Blitz,” “Fox On The Run”) as well as Heaven And Earth, both of whom he continues to be active in.

Richie Onori’s previous album, The Days Of Innocence, was selected 2012’s “Rock Album of the Year” by Rock Over America magazine.