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Bill Hanley Interview

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Larry Robbins:
This is a roadie free radio  interview with Bill and  John Kane who has been documenting his work.
https://youtu.be/Lrqx1Achomo

Rob Spence:

--- Quote from: Larry Robbins on June 27, 2017, 06:58:51 pm ---This is a roadie free radio  interview with Bill and  John Kane who has been documenting his work.
https://youtu.be/Lrqx1Achomo

--- End quote ---

Awesome!

I have met Bill a few times. Thanks for posting.


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Ivan Beaver:
Many people today have no idea how hard it was to put together a system back in those days.

It is VERY easy these days, with much better tools.

Bob Leonard:
The Balaroo skating rink was very popular, and very old. It's where my parents first met, and where we used to skate in the early 60's, and I remember the organ well.

Scott Holtzman:

--- Quote from: Ivan Beaver on June 30, 2017, 08:41:12 pm ---Many people today have no idea how hard it was to put together a system back in those days.

It is VERY easy these days, with much better tools.

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Some of us are old enough to remember though I had never heard the term "footlight" monitor before I listened to the interview.

To me Prism was the turning point where you could spec an arena touring grade system and buy into the business.  Before that providers differentiated themselves with their systems.

Pay to play is a new concept.  You do still need skill and experience to operate it.

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