Giving fans the value for their money has been one of Clay Hutson philosophy in the music business. He understands that the modern music fan is keen on demanding better musical events. Throughout his career in music and especially in music events, Hutson has been keen on understanding more about modern music fans. It is through this learning curve that he has adopted the act of working for long hours without compromising his productivity. One of the areas in the music scene that Hutson has been part of includes being a stage manager for different bands and more importantly Kid Rock tours. In one of the recent interviews Clay Hutson, he pointed out that his days at music business start as early as 6:30 a.m.
In the music business, Clay Hutson points out that one must always have fresh and new ideas. He is fortunate to have worked for a long time in this industry. Hutson experience in this music business has been instrumental in his understanding of what is profitable and can work, and what is not. He points out that although the music world is complex, he has understood the act of managing teams and therefore giving better results as compared to having an individual approach to work. This approach, however, does not restrict Clay Hutson from experimenting on different entertainment approaches in his productions and tours.
In addition to having an incredible approach to business in music, the Theatre Design and Technical Production graduate has one of the best views about music production. For example, Clay Hutson points out that one of the main secrets of remaining productive in the busy world of music is always planning. In all the tours he has done in the past, outlining all the tour details helps him to assist the artiste he is working with to have better performances. This approach to productivity according to him does not make him enjoy less while managing musical gigs.
Due to his approach to business and creativity in the music production and performance, Clay Hutson has been fortunate to work with some of the best acts in the entertainment industry. He has always been lucky to work with big brands with huge interests in the musical world.
Heather Parry has been one of the world’s leading entertainment executives for more than two decades and believes the link between music and film is more important than ever. The recently released “Believer” shows musicians have more of a role in movies than simply appearing in their own live concert films. Live Nation Productions executive, Heather Parry has been working to change the way the world views musicians in film and believes the critical success of her studio is achieving its aims.
Live Nation Productions has been operating since 2015 when Heather Parry arrived from Happy Gilmore Productions to take the lead role at the company. Parry believes her goals are being met but have not been fully realized with dream projects still on the table for production. Parry is not interested in the traditional role of musicians on film simply performing their hits, but hopes to work with artists looking to make an impact with what they want to say.
One of the major causes undertaken by many of the artists Heather Parry is working with in 2018 and 2019 is the problems facing the LGBTQ community. Addressing the subject began with the release of the “Lady Gaga: Five Foot Two” documentary which detailed the life of the songwriter and her fans. The need to build on the work done to raise awareness about the complex issues facing the LGBTQ community has been enhanced with the release of “Believer” from Imagine Dragons singer, Dan Reynolds.
Born and raised in the Mormon Church, Reynolds documentary began as an exploration of the street performers of Las Vegas before morphing into an exploration of the conservative view of the community expressed by the Church in recent years. A critical success at various festivals, “Believer” shows musicians and artists can comment maturely on the subjects of the day.
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The ambitious, DJing, New York native, Alex Pall, member of the pop duo, The Chainsmokers. After reading Pall’s featured interview on Interviewmagazine.com, I learned that Pall is no stranger to hard work, perseverance, and dedication. In the beginning years of his music career Pall worked in an art gallery during the day and DJ’d during the night. Pall purposefully started to build a career as a DJ in New York City. He consciously witnessed his passion for music grow rapidly around this time. Soon Pall’s love for dance music consumed his life. DJing and producing became so prominent in his life that it became more like a fun hobby to him instead of work. He decided to take his passion for music more seriously. His manager at the time introduced him to his current bandmate, Andrew Taggart. Taggart and Pall produced and wrote their own music together, alongside other talented songwriters for several years before they scored a number one hit with “Closer”. Alex Pall admit that him and Andrew hit it off almost immediately after meeting each other. Their love for music go as far as their childhood. Not to mention their incredible work ethic made it easier to determine if they wanted to create an elite partnership together.
Alex Pall reminds me so much of myself. I am a young multi-talented entrepreneur pursuing a career in the entertainment business. I am a server part time during the day and a filmmaker during the evening. My love for art never made me interested enough to work for a art gallery. However, I am a fan. I love the arts as much as I love good food. What I appreciate most about Alex is that he knew what he wanted, he knew what fueled him, and he went for it without hesitation. That alone gives me so much hope. It reassures me that no matter how hard it gets, I must continue to strive for whatever fulfills my soul.
In just a few short years, the Chainsmokers rose from obscurity to achieve international fame and acclaim but just how did this DJ and production duo come together in the first place? Alex Pall recently sat down with Mathias Rosenzweig to discuss the origins of the group and where they plan to go in the future. Alex talked about his upbringing in New York City and how he began DJ-ing in and around the big apple. However, it wasn’t until he met Andrew Taggart that he decided to pursue a professional career in music. Afterwards, they started working together on a daily basis. They both take their music very seriously which is how they knew their partnership would end up being productive and successful.
He also discussed how important it is to release their music in intervals so it has time to reach their intended audience. Pall then discussed the fact that they sing on their own songs which is rare for DJs to do. Nevertheless, they make no apologies for it, saying it’s important for them to sing on their songs, especially when it’s a song about them. He also believes it’s important for music to be grounded and relatable. When discussing their collaboration with Halsey, he mentioned what a cool and individual artist she is. She is the kind of artist with whom they enjoy collaborating. He then discussed the duo’s growing demographic.
Initially, their audience was predominantly college-aged kids but it has since expanded to include people of all ages. Despite their success, he says they don’t take any of their fame for granted and really appreciate all the fans who listen to and love their music. They’re also very passionate about their live shows. In the interview, he discussed how their concert will continue to grow and evolve alongside the music scene. Additionally, he mentioned how they don’t lip sync in their concerts, which is something not all artists can say, and they take great pride in singing live during their shows. And rest assured they’re not going anywhere. They plan on continuing their music careers as long as possible.