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Title: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Jamin Lynch on January 04, 2017, 10:22:24 pm
I was surprised nobody posted any NYE pics

Oh well
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Ray Aberle on January 04, 2017, 10:28:58 pm
I was surprised nobody posted any NYE pics

Oh well

Of............ their show? The MC debacle in NYC? Or....?

There have been some NYE show pictures posted already.

-Ray
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Scott Holtzman on January 04, 2017, 10:31:55 pm
When I first got here I was proud of the new things I was doing and posted pictures.  Now 2 years later here is my opinion:

1 - It opens your work product to public criticism a customer may read
2 - It might let a competitor know about a client
3 - I don't have an explicit release in my contract to use event photo's in the promotion of my business
4 - What I am doing isn't that cool
5 - public ridicule is not fun
6 - nobody cares

Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Tim McCulloch on January 04, 2017, 11:00:55 pm
When I first got here I was proud of the new things I was doing and posted pictures.  Now 2 years later here is my opinion:

1 - It opens your work product to public criticism a customer may read
2 - It might let a competitor know about a client
3 - I don't have an explicit release in my contract to use event photo's in the promotion of my business
4 - What I am doing isn't that cool
5 - public ridicule is not fun
6 - nobody cares

Some or all of the above, but the main thing is that PA and monitors sound SOOOOOO GOOOOOOD in pictures!
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Jonathan Goodall on January 05, 2017, 12:37:20 am
Some or all of the above, but the main thing is that PA and monitors sound SOOOOOO GOOOOOOD in pictures!

Well, they are usually pretty flat.........
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Stephen Kirby on January 05, 2017, 01:20:06 am
The one pic I saw posted, was immediately jumped on for speakers hanging from the handles.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Uniz Kazz on January 05, 2017, 01:44:09 am
(http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170105/d64b4e72b498f05b5a13e2f5961b263f.jpg)
https://vimeo.com/198159345 (https://vimeo.com/198159345)

We made led clouds! Criticise away


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Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Jamin Lynch on January 05, 2017, 06:58:58 am
Party poopers
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Jeff Lelko on January 05, 2017, 07:20:21 am
When I first got here I was proud of the new things I was doing and posted pictures.  Now 2 years later here is my opinion:

1 - It opens your work product to public criticism a customer may read
2 - It might let a competitor know about a client
3 - I don't have an explicit release in my contract to use event photo's in the promotion of my business
4 - What I am doing isn't that cool
5 - public ridicule is not fun
6 - nobody cares

That's pretty much my take on it too.  Unless pictures are warranted to help describe a product/venue/situation/etc. such as in the case of my Genie Lift Stage Roof fiasco, I generally keep them to myself.  I'm open to constructive criticism because that helps me learn, though for the reasons you mentioned there are certain things that I'd rather not have a potential client stumble upon when vetting my credentials.  Almost all of us are professionals here too, so I'd imagine most of the pictures we'd share are along the lines of "been there, done that", per your comment number 6.

Lighting ideas can be fun to share sometimes since there's much more of an artistic edge to that versus sound and it's neat to see how others use their tools, and probably some of my coolest work is in the pyrotechnics field (close-prox Class C and the larger Class B).  That said, I don't publicly share the up-close pyro pictures...period.  Not only do I not want someone screaming "Such and such isn't following NFPA ...." even when it is, but there is never a case where someone should try to learn pyro via the internet.   
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Jamin Lynch on January 05, 2017, 07:21:54 am
When I first got here I was proud of the new things I was doing and posted pictures.  Now 2 years later here is my opinion:

1 - It opens your work product to public criticism a customer may read
2 - It might let a competitor know about a client
3 - I don't have an explicit release in my contract to use event photo's in the promotion of my business
4 - What I am doing isn't that cool
5 - public ridicule is not fun
6 - nobody cares

1,2,3-What about all the people who were there? I'm sure it's on FB by now.
4-Sure it is or we wouldn't do it
5-Nobody on PSW would ever criticize your work, would they?  You can borrow my ridicule shield
6-Mom cares
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: William Schnake on January 05, 2017, 09:42:28 am
Some or all of the above, but the main thing is that PA and monitors sound SOOOOOO GOOOOOOD in pictures!
mmmm....Monitors

Have a great year Tim.

Bill
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Lance Hallmark on January 05, 2017, 10:18:02 am


We made led clouds! Criticise away


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Awesome setup, clouds & video mapping looked great!
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Uniz Kazz on January 05, 2017, 11:52:56 am
Awesome setup, clouds & video mapping looked great!

Cheers! Was a good night, clouds flooded our local social media


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Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Steven Eudaly on January 05, 2017, 12:20:27 pm
We made led clouds! Criticise away

The clouds are an awesome idea. Looks great, although the color changes are a bit sporadic for my taste.

Care to elaborate at all on how you achieved this?
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Spenser Hamilton on January 05, 2017, 01:04:42 pm
I was surprised nobody posted any NYE pics

Oh well

A bunch of friends throw a house party every year, in years past we would bring in a decent size PA, Traktor DJ rig and some LED lighting. This year I put a Milan M12 on a stand, plugged in a laptop and put on Spotify. Then I poured a Rum and Coke.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Uniz Kazz on January 05, 2017, 01:38:57 pm
The clouds are an awesome idea. Looks great, although the color changes are a bit sporadic for my taste.

Care to elaborate at all on how you achieved this?

Yeah we had a bunch of presets our projection guy did. The clouds themselves have a PVC base at the top, chicken wire wrapped around it to create the shape. Then adhesive spray on the chicken wire and you'd need quite a bit of polyfill depending on how big/many your cloud(s) would be. Then you would need an entire 5m led strip roll per cloud, we tried with less but it just didn't get bright enough. Also we didn't go the digital route for the control of the LEDs so we didn't have pixel control, but did have separate control for each roll. Don't know the specifics on the software and how all that works, I was in charge of the Danley system. Hope that helps!


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Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Nitin Sidhu on January 05, 2017, 01:40:31 pm
I cant really remember, but I think it was a gig in goa.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Steve M Smith on January 05, 2017, 02:21:53 pm
I had a very easy New Year's Eve gig.  The Liane Carroll Jazz Trio at The Royal Hotel, Ventnor, Isle of Wight.  A posh place which wouldn't usually allow the likes of me in!

A Soundcraft Si with a pair of EAW JFX290s FOH and another pair for monitors.

When I got there, the Yamaha piano was playing all by itself, so it did a soundcheck before the band turned up!

(http://stevesmithphoto.webs.com/NYE2016.jpg)


Steve.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Scott Olewiler on January 05, 2017, 03:14:35 pm
Here you go. I got to play New Year's Eve in a Candy Store for a "1st Night Out" event. The entire FOH was a single DSR on a pole.   FYI- I'm the fat guy with the guitar.

Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Mark Oakley on January 05, 2017, 03:24:32 pm
Hey Scott: what's your drummer using for a kick?

-Mark
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: brian maddox on January 05, 2017, 03:26:56 pm
My NYE pics would just be of my feet up watching the ball drop on TV...

I haven't worked a NYE in quite a few years.  I really don't miss it.

Although i'm sure i could have gotten on that MSI NYE gig if i wanted to.  Almost wish i had. 

Almost...
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Jerome Malsack on January 05, 2017, 03:38:12 pm
Mark  I think I see a can of Crawfish Stew for the drummers Kick
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Scott Olewiler on January 05, 2017, 04:52:20 pm
Hey Scott: what's your drummer using for a kick?

-Mark

It's a Cajon. Sounds awesome. Like the perfect kick drum sound.

We actually got the idea from a band out of Brooklyn I did sound for. Funny thing, when I did sound for them the 2nd time the drummer didn't remember using a Cajon the previous time. And it 100% was the same drummer. How do you forget doing that?
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Jeff Lelko on January 05, 2017, 06:47:18 pm
1,2,3-What about all the people who were there? I'm sure it's on FB by now.
...

Most definitely, and I like to scour Youtube a day or so after a big event to see what videos people posted!  The difference to me is that I'd be publicly distributing media from an event that I have direct affiliation with...and here where full names are required there's no way to deny what I share!  While I'm sure most smaller acts such as the bar and club bands would be thrilled with the free publicity, the larger events - not so much.  Many times there are certain NDAs in place or requirements such as "all media intended for public distribution must be screened and approved by (the artist/sponsor's) Public Affairs representative".  Given how highly competitive certain aspects of live events can be, not all clients want all aspects of their events to be public.  In fact, there are usually one or two events I support each year where the client specifically chooses not to publicly disclose the various companies working on the production.  That's their choice, and if I want their repeated business I need to respect that. 

Of course when allowable and applicable I'll share a few pictures or videos with friends and family (because I AM proud of the work I do), but posting to Youtube is almost always a no-go, and even the pictures on my website are carefully selected so that no faces are recognizable besides my own and that no event signage or sponsorship is visible.  Even all that aside, I just don't usually see the point of showing off one's system to a community of similar professionals.  I appreciate that we're held to a higher standard here versus elsewhere, and posting eye candy of equipment just for bragging sake seems to rather degrade the quality of our conversations.  Just my two cents though!
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Scott Holtzman on January 05, 2017, 07:41:08 pm
What the heck....The client won't mind.


To be clear the Blizzard wash lights were provided as part of our package, the rear lights belong to the band.


X32 rack/4xkw118/5xkw121 monitors/2xkw153 mains/SM58/SM57/e604/Beta52







Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Jeff Lelko on January 05, 2017, 08:47:37 pm
Interesting expression of lighting there, Scott.  Did you happen to catch the model of laser being used on the back truss?
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Jamin Lynch on January 05, 2017, 09:21:05 pm
Here ya go.

Had a great time until it came time to load out.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Scott Holtzman on January 05, 2017, 09:34:23 pm
Here ya go.

Had a great time until it came time to load out.


Man I really need to learn about lights.  Those colors look so good together, and the faces are well lit.



Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Trevor Jalla on January 05, 2017, 10:18:19 pm

Man I really need to learn about lights.

How many soundguys does it take to change a lightbulb?

"Hey man, I just do audio..."
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Andrew Henderson on January 06, 2017, 12:39:59 am

Man I really need to learn about lights.  Those colors look so good together, and the faces are well lit.
Yeah, I know where you're coming from. We had to make a change a couple of years ago, based on a couple of clients' comments. Cool-looking flashy moving lights used to be the baseline that we built up from. Good face lighting is now the baseline that we build up from. It's kind of like when I discovered that the lead vocal being on top is more important than the "synergy" between the bass guitar and the kick drum! :)
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Scott Holtzman on January 06, 2017, 12:53:19 am
Yeah, I know where you're coming from. We had to make a change a couple of years ago, based on a couple of clients' comments. Cool-looking flashy moving lights used to be the baseline that we built up from. Good face lighting is now the baseline that we build up from. It's kind of like when I discovered that the lead vocal being on top is more important than the "synergy" between the bass guitar and the kick drum! :)


I will never, ever say another bad word about a lampie again.


Three or four months ago I stopped by a gig I was providing the PA for just to make sure the system was ready to go for the show.  Their lighting guy had been in a car accident on the way to the gig.  Nobody hurt but the LD was gone.


We are talking about a regional touring act, three of the guys played in a band you possibly have heard of and they carry around a decent rig with an ETC console.  The band did setup and the LD had all the fixtures labeled so setting up wasn't a problem.  The band leader asked me if I could possibly stay and busk the show.  Famous last words, there are lots of scenes in the board and you know are songs.


Well yeah, I know who solo's and a few cues.  This guy had hundreds of scenes he would layer, busk and tempo out.  What I put together was beyond awful, punctuated by activating the blinders on one page and then not being able to find the scene they were on in so we went half into the next song with the blinders at OMG and the strip lights in chase mode and the movers squirming around in an epileptic fit. 


So to all you LD's that make it look easy my hats off to you.



Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Mike Monte on January 06, 2017, 06:53:29 am

I will never, ever say another bad word about a lampie again.


Three or four months ago I stopped by a gig I was providing the PA for just to make sure the system was ready to go for the show.  Their lighting guy had been in a car accident on the way to the gig.  Nobody hurt but the LD was gone.


We are talking about a regional touring act, three of the guys played in a band you possibly have heard of and they carry around a decent rig with an ETC console.  The band did setup and the LD had all the fixtures labeled so setting up wasn't a problem.  The band leader asked me if I could possibly stay and busk the show.  Famous last words, there are lots of scenes in the board and you know are songs.


Well yeah, I know who solo's and a few cues.  This guy had hundreds of scenes he would layer, busk and tempo out.  What I put together was beyond awful, punctuated by activating the blinders on one page and then not being able to find the scene they were on in so we went half into the next song with the blinders at OMG and the strip lights in chase mode and the movers squirming around in an epileptic fit. 


So to all you LD's that make it look easy my hats off to you.

Lights are a totally different animal than sound.  In my local sound-providing travels I have run across a few local light providers that just "do" lights.  A common thread for the ones' that I have worked with (locally) is that they seem to be theater people; amateur actors that took a liking to light-design.  Totally nice people to work with.  Most, of which, look at what I do (providing sound) and say "I don't know how you do it..."  I feel the same way about what they do...

To stay somewhat relevant in my little sound venture I purchased a basic (16 fixtures, Elation board, etc.) light rig several years ago.  Part way through the first year that I had it, it paid for itself and has been a steady revenue-maker for me ever since.  I have even been hired to "just do lights" for several small/local band shows.

Lights done right; truss, movers, fog, etc. makes an act look like they sound better.  This gives truth to the notion that people sometimes "listen with their eyes".   
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Randy Pence on January 06, 2017, 07:17:25 am
Well yeah, I know who solo's and a few cues.  This guy had hundreds of scenes he would layer, busk and tempo out.  What I put together was beyond awful, punctuated by activating the blinders on one page and then not being able to find the scene they were on in so we went half into the next song with the blinders at OMG and the strip lights in chase mode and the movers squirming around in an epileptic fit. 

Well, yea, he set up all the pages, one would hope he knew where everything was.  While the house guy for a techno club, I designed and ran the lights, too, with many compliments from the guests, but if you stuck me in front of someone else's console, I wouldn't know where to start.  At least with lights, they are either off or various shades of bright
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: John Halliburton on January 06, 2017, 07:25:53 am
I've provided at one of the venues for First Night in Evanston, IL now for a few years.  This year my headliner was Erwin Helfer and his trio, consisting of Katherine Davis vocals, and John Brumbach on sax.

Simple rig in the First Congregational Church-a pair of SPL Runts(early editionof the Danley SH95), a pair of my 12" coax monitors, one amp rack, and my QU-24 mixer, which are far house right hiding behind the Christmas tree.(out of view).

Legendary talent.  At 80, he can still tear up that piano with some boogie woogie.

Best regards,

John
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Dave Bednarski on January 06, 2017, 07:58:30 am
I sat out this year and found myself kinda depressed about not working and poking around the NYE video from the previous year!  https://youtu.be/hAjl3AiqvXg

Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: David Smeaton on January 06, 2017, 08:04:34 am
I had a very easy New Year's Eve gig.  The Liane Carroll Jazz Trio at The Royal Hotel, Ventnor, Isle of Wight.  A posh place which wouldn't usually allow the likes of me in!

A Soundcraft Si with a pair of EAW JFX290s FOH and another pair for monitors.

When I got there, the Yamaha piano was playing all by itself, so it did a soundcheck before the band turned up!

(http://stevesmithphoto.webs.com/NYE2016.jpg)


Steve.
Nice gig.  Liane Carroll is amazing. 

I did a NYE gig at the Bath Pump Rooms in ... err..... Bath, in the UK.  Beautiful venue but a horrible room to play with very high ceilings with marble walls!  You don't need any effects on the PA as the room is awash with natural reverb.  Not even 350 revellers could calm it down!!  Only bad thing was we had to wait for the function to finish at 1.30am before we could start to tear down and load out.  I was home for about 3.30am!!
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Josh Rawls on January 06, 2017, 11:55:45 am
Here's a video I made that includes time-lapse of the setup and video of the countdown.

Once change I made after I did setup was I mounted the speakers on the truss. It removed a tripping hazard and got the speakers higher. I used the solid On-Stage wall mount brackets and attached half-couplers to them.

Feel free to criticize!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2hGbH2-S20 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2hGbH2-S20)
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Dave Garoutte on January 06, 2017, 01:52:40 pm
I kind of like the speaker mounts on the side of the truss.
What's keeping the truss from tipping over?
It looks like smallish bases with sandbags.
Seems inadequate to me, One big drunk tripping and slamming into the upright....
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Josh Rawls on January 06, 2017, 03:47:48 pm
I kind of like the speaker mounts on the side of the truss.
What's keeping the truss from tipping over?
It looks like smallish bases with sandbags.
Seems inadequate to me, One big drunk tripping and slamming into the upright....

They are 30" square baseplates with 75lbs of sandbags per side. What is the proper way to calculate the amount of ballast needed and baseplate size?
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Kevin_Tisdall on January 06, 2017, 03:58:21 pm
Local Beatles Tribute in a local church NYE.  My audio and lights, such as they are.  It went off well.

https://flic.kr/p/PGtUb7 (https://flic.kr/p/PGtUb7)

Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Dave Garoutte on January 06, 2017, 05:06:41 pm
They are 30" square baseplates with 75lbs of sandbags per side. What is the proper way to calculate the amount of ballast needed and baseplate size?

I'm only an eyeball engineer, but you need to find the center of gravity, which in this case is very high.  Movers and speakers all up there.  You can then see how what angle you need to get to have the CG pass the baseplate edge (15" from center).  With an 8' high CG the angle is around 9 degrees.  This lifts the far edge of the baseplate about 4 1/2", and the ballast somewhat less than that.  Probably wouldn't happen, but I would rather see a long leg to the rear with ballast on that.  Even 2 or 3 feet would multiply the safety factor greatly.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Rob Gow on January 06, 2017, 07:11:50 pm
Couple videos from our NYE gig

Mony Mony
http://youtu.be/xjNfoXKqjG0

TNT
http://youtu.be/sSEdunzYJBI
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Bob Leonard on January 06, 2017, 09:44:10 pm
I was going to post a picture, but who needs to see me sleeping on the couch with my dog.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: brian maddox on January 06, 2017, 11:52:33 pm
I was going to post a picture, but who needs to see me sleeping on the couch with my dog.

Like
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Steve Garris on January 07, 2017, 05:25:50 pm
Great posts everyone. I'm pretty proud of my light show, and when I run for my main band we always go all out. This is a 250 seat club, we had about 300 in the room. The older PRX PA with an SRX sub is all house. The large truss and front wash is also house. We bring in the back truss (toy), small pars, everything you see in the back, and my side mounted bars have some cheap movers. I run this with preset scenes on a Magic 260. I mix sound via iPad on a Mackie DL. We like thumping, power driving 80's rock with big hair, lot's of smoke and fans at the front of the stage. All these people are 40+ BTW. As a soundman, I get lot's of love because I truly care and want to be the best.

I thank those of you here for excellent advise since I joined this forum several years ago. Yes, I know those speakers are flown from the handles.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Steve M Smith on January 08, 2017, 11:19:16 am
Nice gig.  Liane Carroll is amazing.
Great musicians and nice people.  They have been doing NYE here for the last eight years.  Last time I did this gig though was five years ago and they still remembered me.

You don't need any effects on the PA as the room is awash with natural reverb.
I did a folk gig in a church last month (Reg Meuross), After a quick sound check we decided that reverb would not be necessary!


Steve.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Ed Hall on January 08, 2017, 02:16:10 pm
I kind of like the speaker mounts on the side of the truss.
What's keeping the truss from tipping over?
It looks like smallish bases with sandbags.
Seems inadequate to me, One big drunk tripping and slamming into the upright....

I have wondered about this for a while. With that style of truss and the pedestal with a mover on top. The base plate never looked big enough for the height of the COG. How would I determine the ballast and size base plate needed for this type of setup?
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Tim McCulloch on January 08, 2017, 02:27:14 pm
I have wondered about this for a while. With that style of truss and the pedestal with a mover on top. The base plate never looked big enough for the height of the COG. How would I determine the ballast and size base plate needed for this type of setup?

How high up the tower is the "drunk slammer" energy being applied?  The lower the hit, vertically, the less likely it is to tip.  With flat bases (we use 30" x 30" or 48" x 48") it's more likely to slide horizontally on the floor.

That doesn't mean any particular arrangment is safe, only that WHERE the force is applied is also part of the equation.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Jamin Lynch on January 08, 2017, 03:09:54 pm
Great posts everyone. I'm pretty proud of my light show, and when I run for my main band we always go all out. This is a 250 seat club, we had about 300 in the room. The older PRX PA with an SRX sub is all house. The large truss and front wash is also house. We bring in the back truss (toy), small pars, everything you see in the back, and my side mounted bars have some cheap movers. I run this with preset scenes on a Magic 260. I mix sound via iPad on a Mackie DL. We like thumping, power driving 80's rock with big hair, lot's of smoke and fans at the front of the stage. All these people are 40+ BTW. As a soundman, I get lot's of love because I truly care and want to be the best.

I thank those of you here for excellent advise since I joined this forum several years ago. Yes, I know those speakers are flown from the handles.

Nice...I like. Now where's that can of hair spray left over from the '80's?
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Terry Martin on January 11, 2017, 02:33:14 pm
Great posts everyone. I'm pretty proud of my light show, and when I run for my main band we always go all out. This is a 250 seat club, we had about 300 in the room. The older PRX PA with an SRX sub is all house. The large truss and front wash is also house. We bring in the back truss (toy), small pars, everything you see in the back, and my side mounted bars have some cheap movers. I run this with preset scenes on a Magic 260. I mix sound via iPad on a Mackie DL. We like thumping, power driving 80's rock with big hair, lot's of smoke and fans at the front of the stage. All these people are 40+ BTW. As a soundman, I get lot's of love because I truly care and want to be the best.

I thank those of you here for excellent advise since I joined this forum several years ago. Yes, I know those speakers are flown from the handles.
Looks like a fun band - what's the location?   We do a similar act, but no wigs.   Can't imagine how hot that would be!!


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Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Terry Martin on January 11, 2017, 02:37:31 pm
NYE - Bridgeport, IL
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Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Steve Garris on January 11, 2017, 06:50:23 pm
Looks like a fun band - what's the location?   We do a similar act, but no wigs.   Can't imagine how hot that would be!!


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We're in the Seattle area, eastside. They play at a couple of clubs, and local casinos. I do the club gigs. The band is very professional, has a great crowd and they do a very nice job. Everyone uses IEM's so stage volume can be kept low - except the live drums are pretty loud. Mostly live, but with a few keyboard and vocal tracks. The lead singer and I do all of the lights.
Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Steve Garris on January 11, 2017, 06:51:24 pm
NYE - Bridgeport, IL
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Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Terry Martin on January 12, 2017, 12:57:43 pm
I'm not seeing anything here?
No pics???


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Title: Re: What? No NYE Pics?
Post by: Tim McCulloch on January 12, 2017, 01:15:52 pm
I'm not seeing anything here?

Pics display for me, Steve..