Production Manager Clay Hutson

Clay Hutson is a well-known production and tour manager for many big name bands and solo artists. Clayton started working in the music industry as a child and knew at a very young age that he wanted a career that was based around music. He was able to turn his dream into a reality and has worked with many famous bands and solo artists such as Guns N’ Roses, Pink, One Republic and Kelly Clarkson.

 

Clay Hutson’s love for music has resulted in expanse knowledge and success in engineering, design, production and management of groups and individuals. Clay has an eye for design when creating a wow factor for audiences that attend shows that he produces. Lighting, special effects and sounds are all priority elements when producing an awe inspiring show that leaves concert goers talking about performances long after the show has ended.

 

In addition to big name celebrities Clay Hutson also offers budget friendly solutions for up and coming artists. From idea creation to budget establishment and finally execution, Clay Hutson provides music, production and management solutions. Some additional services that Clay Hutson provides include logistics management, stage management, production management, rigging, show production and production design.

 

While Clay was in the field with Aaron Lewis he wanted to utilize new technology that would be budget friendly. In March of 2011 Aaron Lewis went on tour to debut a new album and Clay Hutson wanted a slim and easy to handle piece of sound equipment that would work in nearly any environment they would tour. The SD11 console created by DiGiCo is a rack mountable system that could accommodate crowds of seven hundred to fifty thousand. After utilizing the DiGiCo SD1100 console Clay became a huge fan of the brand and has worked his way through several of their consoles including the D5 which he debuted during a Marilyn Manson show. Clay likes the versatility of DiGiCo. Some of the consoles are so compact that Clay Hutson can store them in the baggage area of tour busses or check them as baggage for flights. It is important for Clay to not rely on provided consoles from show venues since they could be unreliable. Clay wants his performers and audiences to experience the best sound and visuals that he is famously known for producing. Learn more: http://www.g1limited.com/news.php?id=46