Lighting: Cloning Yourself

BACK IN 1995, I FOUND MYSELF on the road again, running the lights on an Eagles reunion tour. It was a prestigious, well-paying gig. We worked three weeks on, two weeks off for over two years. But as great as this sounds, it created a big problem for me.

When you commit to one act for a long time, your friends will stop calling you with gig offers because they assume you are never available. And they are correct. Bands that you lit on their last tour will find someone else to f

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