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Formed in 1996 in Palm Desert, California, the Queens of the Stone Age developed a style of riff-oriented, heavy rock music. Their sound has since evolved to incorporate a variety of different styles and influences, including working with Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, and Screaming Trees frontman Mark Lanegan who has been a steady contributor to the band. For all this time Josh Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen, Michael Shuman, Dean Fertita and Jon Theodore have been a constant in the worldwide Rock’n’Roll circus, touring and performing old and new songs, always dedicated to keeping the spirit of innovation and autonomy alive and moving forward.
One of America’s top lighting designers for television, Victor Fable, knows how to make top acts look good on a tight schedule. For AT&T Audience Network Music Concerts series performances, the designer lights up to 18 different acts over a hectic six-day taping period in Los Angeles.
Ultra Europe 2018 was staged in the sizzling sun and amidst the great vibes of Split, Croatia, offering three dynamic performance areas – Main Stage, Resistance and Arcadia – in and around the Poljud Stadium, with a lively and eclectic line-up, a myriad of sounds and styles and, this year, a thousand heartfelt musical tributes to the much missed Avicii ….
Lighting designer Nathan Brittain from LD Systems chose to work nearly 250 Robe moving lights on his rig for the 2018 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo (HLSR) live entertainment stage which ran for the 20-day duration of the event. This, the largest such rodeo event in the world, attracted over 2.5 million people and a glittering line up of artists who performed on the concert stage in the NRG Stadium in Houston.
Sight & Sound Theatres, producer of a dazzling series of live, Bible-themed stage shows, has adopted Riedel Communications' Bolero wireless intercom for its 2,000-seat auditorium in Branson, Missouri. Bolero leverages an existing Riedel Artist digital matrix intercom system to deliver comprehensive, integrated, and crystal-clear communications for the entire production team.
SD-Range and S-Series desks from Morris Light & Sound and DCR Nashville deployed on world’s longest running country music festival
No fewer than six dLive systems were chosen to run the show at this year’s spectacular Primo Maggio event in Piazza San Giovanni, Rome. Over the course of the day over 30 major artists performed in front of a giant crowd and a huge live TV audience, including names such as Gianna Nannini and Fatboy Slim, and a 50-piece orchestra.
Thunder Audio deploys highly flexible K1/K2 system for The Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour Multi-Platinum, Grammy-nominated artist Logic, among the top streaming artists in the world with streams running into the billions, is on the road with The Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour, a 33-date summer amphitheater and arena run produced by Live Nation with support from rising hip-hop artists NF and Kyle. The tour began June 8th in Boston and wends its way cross country through major outdoor venues, such as the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix, Austin360 Amphitheater, and FivePoint Amphitheatre Irvine, as well as arena dates including New York’s Madison Square Garden and The Forum in Los Angeles. Tour sound-reinforcement provider Thunder Audio Inc. assembled a highly flexible L-Acoustics PA system comprising K1 and K2 components that can be configured to perfectly fit each and every stop on the tour.
One of the hottest summers ever sees one of the hottest rap artists on tour — Logic’s most recent release and the tour’s namesake went right to Billboard’s number-one slot, but the DiGiCo SD7 consoles they’re carrying can handle the heat and the heavy-duty low end. When Darcy Khan looks out over the meter bridge of the DiGiCo SD7 console he’s mixing multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated Logic’s The Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour through, he’s keeping an eye on more than the LEDs. This 33-date summer amphitheater and arena tour, which began June 8th in Boston and wends its way cross-country through major North American shed venues with PA and consoles provided by Thunder Audio Inc. has been passing through some of the summer’s hottest spots—literally.
For the past eleven years, Le Ferrailleur has been a firm fixture on Nantes’ live music scene, bringing fans up close to rock, metal, rap and electronic artists. While the bar can hold a capacity crowd of just under 300 people, the venue’s production team has devised a compact live streaming setup to bring an intimate live music experience to living rooms around the globe.
Jeremy Lechterman and Jackson Gallagher of creative visual design firm FragmentNine are the imaginative wizardry behind the stunning production design for Keith Urban’s “Graffiti U” tour which has just commenced in the U.S. The album of the same name is enjoying critical and commercial success, and the architecture of the stage design brings a modern visual twist for Urban’s diverse fanbase.
The National Spelling Bee is something of an American institution that has been broadcast by ESPN for the last quarter of a century to millions of TV viewers across the country – and this year, ESPN asked CyanView to deploy its camera control system to support the coverage. Specifically, ESPN needed to control five different types of speciality mini-camera as part of its live outside broadcast.
Thanks to their incredible shows, the Ehrlich Brothers have become among the best known magicians and illusionists in the world. Their trademarks include trucks weighing several tons emerging from nowhere, trees growing in a matter of seconds, and almost everything disappearing from the huge stage during the course of a breathtaking show — and then reappearing, as if by magic.
Last year’s 40th Anniversary Tour was by no means a farewell tour for iconic 70’s/80’s rock band Foreigner. It’s now been 41 years since their debut album and the band behind some of rock’s most classic songs hit the road again in June, kicking off a 30-show “Juke Box Heroes” U.S. tour that has proved to be one of the hottest outings of the summer.
It is Edinburgh Fringe Festival time again – the month of August where for almost four action-packed weeks, the Scottish city becomes a maelstrom of innovative, provocative and entertaining new theatre and performance, with works embracing all genres.