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      Welcome to The Roadies of Color United (R.O.C.U.) Touring Professionals International Network Website.

      COVID-19 ROCU Concert Tour Personnel Relief Fund

      The coronavirus pandemic is proving to be the most devastating challenge ever to face the live music industry and the creative community as a whole. With thousands of tours across the globe having already been cancelled, along with an increasing number of music festivals in this time of unprecedented uncertainty, the future of the music…
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      Hear At Last: A History Of Stage Monitoring

      December 5, 2019? Becky Pell Key steps in the early days and milestones to where we are today It’s inconceivable nowadays that a band would perform a live show without stage monitors, but in the early days of rock ‘n’ roll, that’s exactly what used to happen. In the early 1960s, sound systems were very…
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      Lighting and staging professionals are invited to attend The NAMM Show.

      Lighting and staging professionals are invited to attend The NAMM Show. Register now to earn free ETCP renewal credits, and gain access to 7,000+ brands, 300+ education sessions and 150+ special events. Use promo code PLSN20NAMM for a special badge rate. Register Now FEATURED EDUCATION SESSIONS 10 Years of Spectacular Creativity at Silent HouseCory Fitzgerald, Baz Halpin, Tamlyn Wright, Alex Reardon Making…
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      Tour Manager David ‘5-1’ Norman and Production Specialist Gabi Parra Launch New Tour Consulting Startup

      FOH Staff ? NewsOn the Move ? December 3, 2019 ON THE MOVE – SPONSORED BY  Tour Forensics logo Tour and production managers David ‘5-1’ Norman and Gabi Parra have teamed up to form a new tour consulting firm, Tour Forensics. Norman and Parra, who are based in Atlanta and New York, bring a wealth…
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      Live Production Summit

      January 23-25 2020 The Live Production Summit was founded on principles that made its predecessor, the Tour Link Pro Conference, a force within the industry… an event where experienced and developing live production personnel and businesses connect to one another and to opportunities… where businesses and partnerships form and launch… an event where all can…
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      Tom DeWille, Founder of Pyrotechnics company Luna Tech, killed.

      Tom DeWille, whose pyrotechnics sparked an explosive music scene, killed in Cullman County. by: Drew TaylorPosted: Oct 23, 2019 / 08:49 AM GMT-0500/ Updated: Oct 23, 2019 / 09:01 AM GMT-0500 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Peter “Pyro Pete” Cappadocia has no plans of flaming out anytime soon. Working as a pyrotechnician for the last four decades, Cappadocia has traveled…
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      Roadies Of Color United 10th Anniversary Celebration

      Save The Date February 7th, 8th and 9th 2020. We will be celebrating our Roadies Of Color United 10th Anniversary at the Marriott Evergreen Resort 4021 Lakeview Drive, Stone Mountain, Georgia 30083 USA. Special Group hotel room rates via the link below for a limited time to our members planning to attend from out of…
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      Eye On Efficiency: What I Learned Running A PA Company An overview of management strategies leading to better events, inventory control, and bottom lines.

      By?Ike Zimbel???July 30, 2019 In October of 1991, I left my job as a maintenance technician in a large recording studio complex for a position as senior manager of a large sound, lighting and staging company. It wasn’t a total leap as I’d worked for the same company in the early 1980s both as a…
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      The Impact That Acoustics Can Have On Sound In Any Room

      By?Pat Brown???July 22, 2019 For most humans, there is nothing easier than breathing, seeing, smelling and hearing. We do these things without thought, and even take them for granted. Our senses were given to us to help us exist in a physical universe. They are transducers that allow physical stimuli to be converted into a…
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      Stagehand (Non-Union) – Jiffy Lube Live

      at Live Nation Job Description Must be at least 18 years of ageHigh school diploma or equivalent required, college degree preferredPrevious concert venue experience is a plusAvailable to work irregular hours including nights, weekends, holidaysMust be able to stand/walk frequently during shiftGood communication and interpersonal skillsHonesty and high moral standardsCourteous, observant, professional, reliable, team playerNon-Union**Local 22:…
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      Jimmy Thomas Daniels RIP

      By Lance K.C. Jackson The Roadies Of Color United Family is sad to announce the passing of one of our Tenth Anniversary Committee members Jimmy Daniels last week. We all knew how much he wanted to see our Anniversary Celebration to be a success. Jimmy was such a fine example and mentor to both his…
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      Freelancers Union promotes the interests of independent workers through advocacy, education, and services.

      Benefits such as health, dental, term life, disability, and liability insurance Community, including SPARK, local freelance hubs in nearly 25 major cities Advocacy for policy change, such as the annual Freelancing in America survey and the Freelance Isn’t Free campaign Resources, including the #1 blog for freelancers Freelancers Union is the largest and fast-growing organization representing the 57 million independent workers across the country. We give our 375,000+…
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      A short documentary about female stagehands

      by Shena van Spronsen. A short documentary about female stagehands in the IATSE Local 16 Stagehands Union in San Francisco, CA.  Produced and directed by Shena van Spronsen.

      Hyper Releases The Mother Of All USB-C Hubs

      The HyperDrive Ultimate Ultimate Hub Why have one USB port when you can have fifteen (15) USB ports? Wait, actually there are 3 more USB ports on the other side…plus a 3.5″ floppy disk drive and even more I/O! Built-in 100Wh airline-safe battery with?2-in-1 speaker and?space heater using the same air vent in front! FOR IMMEDIATE…
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      Live Tech: Master Tour Adds Features, Overcomes The Recession

      By: Ryan Borba Master Tour, a leading tour management and logistics software, has gone into private beta for version 3.0, with updated features including auto-sync, visibility options and printable reports. This should come as great news for MT’s reported 150,000 users varying from Metallica to Zac Brown Band, Stormy Daniels, The Harlem Globetrotters and everything…
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      Reggie Rutherford, Former Stage Manager on ‘Extra,’ Dies at 66

      by Mike Barnes  He also promoted concerts, managed tours and served as operations manager on ‘Soul Train.’ Reggie Rutherford, who served as an operations manager or stage manager on Soul Train, Extra and many other programs, died Sunday in Los Angeles, his family announced. He was 66. Rutherford had sleep apnea and battled various health issues for years. A…
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      Coachella Radius Clause Lawsuit Tossed Out

      By: Francisco Rendon L-AcousticsCoachella Main Stage in Indio, California, USAL-Acoustics provided the systemA federal judge has ruled against Soul’d Out Productions in its suit accusing Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival and promoters Goldenvoice and AEG Presents of anticompetitive practices related to the festival’s radius clause. The crux of the suit, filed April 9, was that the Oregon-based…
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      On Tour with A$AP Rocky: Injured Generation

      FOH/Monitor Engineer Brandon Blackwell (Camila Cabello, Big Sean, PartyNextDoor) discusses his current live setup, keeping turnt-up sound under control and meeting the challenges of the road head-on for A$AP Rocky’s Injured Generation tour. Brandon, you’ve been out on the road with A$AP Rocky before. What’s new this time around for the Injured Generation tour?  The production has changed a…
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      Pollstar Live!: A Conversation With George Clinton

      10:42 AM, Wednesday, 2/13/2019 By: Deborah Speer When George Clinton takes the stage – any stage – his goal is to “blow them outta here.” And he did just that in his Pollstar Live! interview with Pollstar executive editor Andy Gensler in front of a jammed International Ballroom on Pollstar Live!’s opening day at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.…
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      Tour Tales | K.C. Jackson on Andre Harrell and Heavy D show memories, being fired onstage by Rick James, and more…

      By?Keith Nelson Jr “In the case of Andre Harrell, I had the privilege of working for Heavy D & The Boys on his first tour,” Jackson said. “He was instructional in grooming Hev…” Musicians are barely getting a slice of music industry revenue, largely eating off of live performances instead. For ’Tour Tales,’ we dig…
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      On The Tech Tip… Crossing The Line: Don’t Overlook Point Source Approaches

      By Bruce Main Considering whether point source loudspeakers might be right for the toolbox as well as the particular needs of certain applications. It wasn’t too many years ago that most shows were supported with trapezoidal point-source loudspeakers that were either horn loaded or front loaded. There were numerous touring companies providing proprietary loudspeaker systems,…
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      The Tech Flex: Innovation Leading The Way To A Reopened Concert Business

      By: Ryan Borba Audentes fortuna iuvat. The Latin proverb reads “Fortune Favors The Bold,” at least depending on the translation, and the concert business is no different from others in that regard. Adaptation, innovation and implementation are the name of the game and have seen this industry weather actual storms, economic crises and human tragedy.  It’s…
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      The Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide

      Edited by Steven A. Adelman For Event Professionals During the COVID-19 Pandemic DOWNLOAD THE EVENT SAFETY ALLIANCE REOPENING GUIDE HOW TO USE THIS REOPENING GUIDE The Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide is a collective work by event industry professionals to help our peers who are planning to reopen during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. This document contains…
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      A State-by-State Resource Guide for Music Professionals Who Need Help During Coronavirus Crisis (Updating)

      by Billboard Staff The coronavirus pandemic has left countless members of the music community facing an uncertain future, as festivals and tours are canceled, studio sessions are called off and business travel is restricted. To help music professionals and their loved ones navigate the crisis, Billboard has compiled a list of resources at both the national and state…
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      European Cities Launch Drive-In Concert Series With Great Success [Video]

      By Tom Shackleford Concerts, live events, and any other type of mass gathering are on complete hiatus for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19 here in North America. Over in Scandinavia, however, where some national governments are handling the global pandemic slightly different than others, the coastal city of Aarhus in Denmark has found a loophole in…
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      Danny Leake, Legendary Studio/Live Engineer, Dead at 69

      BY CLIVE YOUNG  In addition to working as Stevie Wonder’s FOH engineer for three decades, Danny Leake also recorded dozens of top artists in the studio, leading to six Grammy nominations for his efforts. BY CLIVE YOUNG ? 2 HOURS AGO  Chicago, IL (May 1, 2020)—Noted studio and live engineer Danny Leake died Wednesday, April 27, bringing to…
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      Stimulus Payment Round 2: A Rundown Of The 3 Current Stimulus Proposals

      By Ryan Guina The CARES Act provided a lifeline for individuals and small businesses. But it’s clear that many people are still struggling with the extended economic shutdown. To recap, the CARES Act provided a one-time stimulus payment of $1,200 ($2,400 for married couples), an additional $600 per week of unemployment benefits for up to 13 weeks, a…
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      Lockdown Lessons: A Guide For Sound Engineers & Techs

      ByAndy Coules A wide range of resources for learning more about audio, mix practicing and improvement, discovering new consoles, ear training and more. Live events were one of the first industries to be hit hard by the global COVID-19 pandemic as large gatherings and international travel were first discouraged and then banned. Virtually overnight many…
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      More Than 800 Music Venues Join Together to Ask Congressional Leaders for Aid

      ByETHAN MILLMAN “Because of our unprecedented, tenuous position, for the first time in history, there is legitimate fear for our collective existence,” National Independent Venue Association president Dayna Frank says in open letter A new coalition of independent concert venues from across the country has issued a letter to?Congress?asking legislators for further assistance to cushion…
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