Written by Nelson Arreguín on April 11, 2014 under Artists
Because of my job doing Artist Relations for Shure I’ve had the pleasure of witnessing some pretty amazing shows. I’ve also had the opportunity to catch some pretty bad ones. Not that I’m complaining… It...
Written by Ryan Smith on December 7, 2012 under Artists
For the first time in Nashville, the Grammy Nominations event was held at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. It was great to be able to attend this event and see some crew members as well as the Shure Artists that attended this...
Written by Ryan Smith on April 15, 2011 under Artists
April 7, 2011 The Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN This evening’s event has been an annual concert for over 13 years and Vince always brings in some wonderful artists to participate. Benefiting the Mental Health Association,...
Written by Brooke Giddens on December 3, 2014 under Artists
David Levin and Juan Garcia-Spitz share with us the biggest differences between being a FOH engineer with touring acts vs. having residency as an engineer at a venue.
Written by Cory Lorentz on November 12, 2014 under Education
Good mic techniques are intuitive enough that even small children can execute them with no prompting. Somewhere along the path to adulthood, however, that intuition fades. This post series will help you get that intuition back.
Written by Brooke Giddens on November 6, 2014 under Artists
Shure Associates share what they like about hearing certain genres of music in certain places with certain technologies. Tell us about your listening habits!
Written by Allison Wolcott on September 10, 2014 under News
Mu Yang, from the product development team, talks about our newest wireless system, QLX-D Digital Wireless. He discusses who it is (and isn’t) for, and how it compares to some of our other systems.
Written by Nelson Arreguín on September 9, 2014 under Artists
Gustavo Cerati was the lead singer, guitarist and main songwriter for the legendary band Soda Stereo, one of the most popular and influential Spanish rock groups of the ’80s and ’90s.
Written by Davida Rochman on September 2, 2014 under Education
Nearly two miles of shoreline along Madison’s Lake Monona set the stage for themed music in three zones along the festival’s viewing area, a music stage with five bands, and a late-night fireworks display.
Written by Ryan Smith on August 28, 2014 under Artists
On October 20th, 2008, Ryan Smith and Paul Natkin jumped in Ryan's car and headed to Auburn Hills, Michigan to shoot an ad for the SM58 featuring The Who.
Written by Nelson Arreguín on August 22, 2014 under Artists
Last weekend I found myself in Portland, Oregon, in support of MusicFestNW, Portland's largest outdoor music festival held at Tom McCall Waterfront Park on Saturday August 16th & Sunday August 17th.
Written by Brooke Giddens on July 21, 2014 under Artists
Last week in my summer soundtrack blog post, I wrote about how summer to me is country music. Well, that’s just how I spent this last Saturday night! I gathered with all my other country music fans at Wrigley Field to catch Dan...
Written by Brooke Giddens on July 14, 2014 under Artists
Summer is in full swing and as we all know, it’s crucial to have a summer playlist to be the background to all our adventures. As we prepare for our upcoming Chicago festivals (Pitchfork and Lollapalooza), I’ve been...
Written by Cory Lorentz on July 8, 2014 under Artists
In 1976, I was breaking into the business, but I didn’t know how to get access to shows. One night, I went to the Ivanhoe Theater in Chicago to try to talk my way in. I figured a small place would be easier. I went to the...
Written by Davida Rochman on June 9, 2014 under Education
Tips from Todd Hartmann at The Austin Stone This is a church that understands the concept of community. Launched just 12 years ago by Chris Tomlin and Matt Carter in the living room of Tomlin’s bass player’s house, The Austin...
Written by Davida Rochman on June 2, 2014 under Education
It wouldn’t be summer without music festivals. And music festivals wouldn’t be fixtures of summer without the groundwork laid almost sixty years ago at the Newport Jazz Festival. Real historians trace festival origins back...
Written by Cory Lorentz on May 22, 2014 under Artists
Early in 1989, I read an article in Rolling Stone that said that the Stones were going out on tour later in the year. I sent the same letter to Keith’s manager that I had sent the year before, “Heard you guys are going out on...
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