Well, I said I was hoping I’d be working in the Princess Theatre again, I didn’t expect it to be so soon. Not that I’m complaining mind. This time it was for two tribute acts, BeeGees and ABBA. Pretty much a standard affair, lots of glam and glitter, just the way the punters like it. Oh, and big inflatable platforms!
Appears I’m having some technical issues regarding media atm. Pictures will be following shortly.
Sterts was a little different, although just as professional and friendly. A smaller affair, it’s an open air auditorium that has had a cover fitted, think a big tent. A natural reverb chamber, great for drama, not so much for music. Oh well, you work with what you’ve got and even if I do say so myself, I did a great job.
That’s some more work and more gigs under the belt. Taken nearly 10 years to get regular respectable work as a sound engineer (that pays) but it paid off in the end.
BMAD – Bikers Make A Difference is a charity run event in which there is a fair and bike show down in plymouth for a weekend.
Another Monitor and Crew job, some great bands and great atmosphere.
Fri 30th April 2010
The ZZ TOPS
24 CARAT PURPLE
Sat 1st MAY 2010
WINTER IN EDEN (Really Good Goth/Rock act)
GENTLEMEN OF DISTORTED SOUND (Great band)
BULLET N CHAINS
LIVIN IN A VALVE STATE (These lads outdid themselves, get better every time I see them)
Sun 2nd MAY 2010
DISSONANCE – Last minute replacement : THE LUCKINS
THINKING FOR TUESDAY (Good band)
TEQUILA ROCKIN’BIRD (Good band)
Due to things being a little quiet I thought I’d look back at some of the work I’ve done and show it off here. In my new section ‘retrospect’.
So during the weekend 16th-18th of July 2010 there was a festival at Powderham Castle, Exeter.
This particular event was a rather big step in the audio world for me as during this weekend I was 2nd and Main Monitor Engineer for the likes of
MONSTERS OF BRITISH ROCK (Ex members of Whitesnake/Thunder/Wishbone Ash)
KITTY AND THE LOST BOYS
Plus a good deal more. Long weekend of crewing and engineering but was fun, if a little wet to start with.