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    NAMM Media Day 2012: Mike Huckabee Challenges Bill Clinton To Jam In His Band!


    This CNN IReporter was privileged to cover the NAMM show media day at the Anaheim Convention Center today.


    Some of Music's greatest musicians, showmen and supporters are in in Anaheim today thru Sunday for the music industry's largest trade show and convention that is not open to the general public.


    Each year NAMM (The National Association of Music Merchants) produces the NAMM show, with over 90,000+ attendees and more than 1,400 exhibitors from over 90 countries.


    In a CNN exclusive, I asked former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, a champion for the arts and music in schools, if he would 'Jam' in his band with Bill Clinton! Please watch the video to find out the answer...


    In order of appearance:


    1) Blues Rocker and singer-songwriter Kenny Wayne Shepherd showcases the new 'Guitar World' music app 'Amp Kit' - and they celebrate over 1 million downloads of their 'Guitar Lick' - where you can learn from pros worldwide!


    2) Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee discusses the importance of Music Education in America's schools - and he Jams with Kenny Wayne Shepherd!


    3) Governor Huckabee Challenges President Bill Clinton to Jam in his Band! Bill on Sax and Mike on Bass guitar! Come on Bill!


    On the next report, I have Brian Wilson of 'The Beach Boys', and Michelle Phillips of 'The Mamas & The Papas'...

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