Shure Artist Relations narrations from the road
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05.25.2011| By Ryan Smith|
May 21, 2011 Montclair State University – Montclair, NJ This was the first time in about 3-4 years that I’ve been back at the Modern Drummer Fest and back to MSU. It was great to see this campus again and it has been growing and rebuilding ever since. Last year, Shure sent a boatload of mics to the event. This year, due to the fact that 2 Shure artists were on the bill, I decided it would be good to come out and support. I arrived Friday afternoon and went over to the hall to …tagsBeta 181/CBeta 52ABeta 91ABeta 98AMPBilly WardHoracio "El Negro" HernandezJim RileyKSM313KSM32Modern Drumer FestivalRascal Flatts
05.05.2011| By Ryan Smith|
May 4, 2011 Music City Roots – The Civil Wars & more Loveless Cafe, West Nashville, TN My musical roots were planted by my parents. Great music was always playing in our house while we cleaned or worked on projects. The Carpenters, John Denver, Tom Jones, Elvis Presley, The Doobie Brothers,Fleetwood Mac and Simon and Garfunkel. These were my early music mentors and it is still a wonderful feeling to hear these songs today, even through my iPod. Back then, it was all vinyl through a great sound system and finally through a set of …
04.15.2011| By Ryan Smith|
April 12, 2011 Schuba’s Tavern – Chicago, IL My parents were married about 3 blocks away from Schuba’s. It’s always great to be able to drive down Belmont Avenue in Chicago and still see the church, and many other sights that I grew up seeing when I lived in Chicago. My Grandmother lived about 2 blocks North of Belmont Avenue, walking distance from Cubs park. My Grandfather played as a one-man band at the Cubby Bear several times, right across the street from Wrigley Field. I always love going to see shows in Chicago as …
04.15.2011| By Ryan Smith|
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, Vince and his many guests performed 2 sets of music, lasting over 2 and half hours. FOH Engineer Hugh Johnson had a stage full of Shure wired mics as well as couple channels of wireless KSM9’s. Other Mics on stage included a pair of Beta 181/c on Leslie high, the Beta 98AMP on toms, and the KSM313 on Vince’s …
07.22.2010| By Richard Sandrok|
Last Saturday I ventured out to the Pitchfork Festival at the invite of someone I admire greatly, Jon Spencer. My admiration stems from his work ethic. He seems to constantly be working on something. He’s often his own tour manager. He’s often the driver. And if you’ve ever seen him in concert you probably know that he’s been infused with the most raw parts of the Spirit of Rock & Roll.
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