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PRG's Curry Grant named VP, Concert Touring

PRG's Curry Grant named VP, Concert Touring

Curry GrantNew Windsor, N.Y. — February 12, 2009 —Production Resource Group, LLC (PRG), has named Curry Grant Vice President, Concert Touring. Grant will continue to be based in PRG's Los Angeles office.

Grant joined PRG in 2004 when the company merged with Vari*Lite Production Services (VLPS). His career has spanned more than three decades in the concert lighting field, including assignments as a freelance lighting designer in the 1970s and ‘80s for top touring acts including Fleetwood Mac, Supertramp, and Crosby, Stills & Nash. His lighting designs can be seen on numerous HBO Concert Specials and MTV videos produced for performers such as Hall & Oates, Aerosmith, Whitesnake, and Stevie Nicks. During that time, Grant also received numerous nominations for VHA Monitor awards, including Best Lighting Director.

“Curry is a huge asset to our team. He is an industry veteran with unmatched experience and he provides our clients with the highest level of support and service,” said Mickey Curbishley, PRG's President, Concert Touring.

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About Production Resource Group—Production Resource Group, LLC (PRG) is the world's leading supplier of entertainment technology solutions, including lighting, audio, video, scenery, and automation systems. PRG serves a wide range of markets, including theatre, concert tours, tradeshows, corporate and special events, television and film, and themed environments. PRG provides its services worldwide through more than 17 offices in North America, Europe, and Asia. curry-grant-web.jpg

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