By Clive Young. If Barbra Streisand and The Who could do it this summer, so could Weird Al—so he did. The prince of parodies played with 41-piece orchestras every night on his recent Strings Attached tour, carrying audio gear from Sound Image for the journey.
By Larry Jaffee. The New York indie rockers are on the road this fall, and a stop at their hometown arena, Madison Square Garden, was made even more special when they performed in-the-round for the show, providing a set of unique challenges for the tour’s audio crew.
By Clive Young with Katie Makal. Riding on the success of the Bohemian Rhapsody biopic, Queen has returned to the road with Adam Lambert filling Freddie Mercury’s ample shoes. We talk with the tour's audio team about how they’re helping the classic rockers keep the flame alive.
By Clive Young. David Turner, monitor engineer for country artist Josh Turner, was killed Wednesday night when a crew tour bus left Highway 46 East 20 minutes outside of Paso Robles and drove off a 50-foot embankment into a creek bed.
By Linda Romanello. While never one to tour extensively, Barbra Streisand played a trio of dates this summer that included a stop in her old hometown of New York City to play Madison Square Garden. Along for the ride were a d&b audiotechnik GSL System, DiGiCo desks and customized Audio-Technica AE5400 handheld mics, not to mention a 15-piece orchestra.
The two-year Divide tour is now the highest-grossing and most-attended tour of all-time.
The Nashville-based audio provider fielded a d&b audiotechnik KSL system for the journey.
The FOH man for the likes of Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, Janet Jackson, Prince and others discusses his rehearsal process.
By Paroo Streich. Kicking off this Friday, the world tour brings the late Frank Zappa's bandmates together to play live with their leader once again.
Engineer Jordan Bledsoe takes on a DiGiCo console for the first time.
By Clive Young. Fueled by a hit album and the omnipresent single “High Hopes,” Panic! At the Disco takes a victory lap around North America’s arenas with an Eighth Day Sound-supplied system combining the best of digital and analog worlds, not to mention a brand-new d&b audiotechnik PA.
By Strother Bullins. The controversial Grammy-winning rock band from Sweden, Ghost, just wrapped up the U.S. leg of its A Pale Tour Named Death; PSN caught up with the band’s FOH engineer, Dave Nutbrown, to find out how he provided a clean mix for the ghoulish group.
The “Cars” hitmaker played the Royal Albert Hall as part of a six-show orchestral run.