Greg McVeigh’s new company, Guesthouse Projects, offers a different spin on the touring artist/sound company relationship by involving an audio manufacturer looking for product exposure.
Guesthouse Projects, working directly with a manufacturer and a sound company, establishes and nurtures a relationship between those companies and the artist/artist management group.
“In my 25-plus years in the pro audio industry,” says McVeigh, “I’ve had the pleasure of working for top-notch manufacturers and with world-class artists. The right match between the two can produce dramatic results. The manufacturer gets great exposure for its product, potential customers can attend the show to learn more about the gear and the experience can provide invaluable input for their engineering and new product development efforts. The artist is fronted by top-flight gear, and at the same time, the sound company or management firm has someone to act as a liaison between themselves and the manufacturer.”
For the past 10 years, McVeigh has worked for Meyer Sound, and since late 2003 as VP of touring sound. While at Meyer, he helped negotiate touring agreements with Norah Jones, Barenaked Ladies, Dido, White Stripes and Avril Lavigne, among others. McVeigh’s experience in the pro audio industry also includes work with Soundcraft, QSC, Sound Image and Crest.
For more information on Guesthouse Projects, contact Greg McVeigh at
GBmcv@aol.com and 760/416-0058.