|Rotosound supports Rock The House, a competition where Members of Parliament are invited to put forward an unsigned, up and coming artist, band or live music venue from their constituency, with the objective of raising the political profile of the UK’s music industry. Mike Weatherly started the charity last year with the aim of raising the awareness of intellectual property rights and the importance of live music to the UK economy within the House of Commons.Rotosound has been part of the British Music Scene for over fifty years, working with music legends like Jimi Hendrix, John Entwistle and Humphrey Littleton. Paul McCartney used Rotosound strings on the Beatles White album; ACDC on some of their earlier albums and Brian May and John Deacon also used their strings back in the 1970’s. Rotosound is a UK-based manufacturer of musical instrument strings that are used throughout the world.
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