Tour Profile: Kelly Clarkson

Jan 1, 2008, By Sarah Benzuly

Touring under her third RCA release, My December, Kelly Clarkson has achieved a level of success that's easily measured by the number of fans she's garnered...

Soundcheck: Billy Joel

Jan 1, 2008, Photos and text by Steve Jennings

Following an extended North American tour last year, piano man Billy Joel made a few select stops across the U.S., including Oakland, Calif.'s Oracle...

Tour Profile: The Donnas

Jan 1, 2008, By Gaby Alter

When The Donnas appeared on the punk/rock/pop scene in 1998 with their indie-label release, American Teenage Rock 'n' Roll Machine, they brought along...

Yamaha Front and Center on McKennitt Tour

Dec 5, 2007

Canadian singer/composer Loreena McKennitt embarked on a North American tour with final stops in 17 U.S. cities in October in support of her latest studio recording, An Ancient Muse, and recent DVD/CD release Nights From the Alhambra. Allstar Show Industries provided production for the tour. Clive Alcock...

Rainbow Production Takes Meyer Sound Out With Three Days Grace

Dec 5, 2007

Three Days Grace joined rockers Breaking Benjamin and Puddle of Mudd with opening act Red on a successful spring and summer tour of sold-out arena shows. Hampstead, N.H.’s Rainbow Production Services provided a top-notch sound system featuring Meyer Sound MILO family of high-power curvilinear array loudspeakers. ...

Goo Goo Dolls Makes the Switch to Digidesign

Dec 5, 2007

The Goo Goo Dolls have been touring the world since it released its 2006 album, Let Love In, and show no signs of packing it in any time soon. At the tour’s audio helm is Paul Hager (pictured), who has worked with Avril Lavigne, Pink and The Donnas, among others, both in and out of the studio. Because of his extensive exposure to Pro Tools in the recording studio, Hager was attracted to the Digidesign VENUE live sound system due to its seamless Pro Tools integration and eventually got the band to switch to VENUE for the tour. ...

They Might Be Giants Tours With DiGiCo

Dec 5, 2007

They Might Be Giants is currently on tour in the U.S. with a three-piece backing band. Mixing at the gigs is being done with a DiGiCo D5 and D1 package, supplied by New York–based audio company SK Systems. ...

iLive Out With Kung Fu

Dec 5, 2007

Austrian production company Theatre Productions is currently supporting the European tour of Shaolin & Wudang Kung Fu: The other side of China, employing Allen & Heath’s new iLive digital system and a Meyer Melodie line array as the core of the touring P.A. rig. ...

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