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St. Paul And The Broken Bones Take Bandit Lites On The Road

Rock band St. Paul and the Broken Bones is touring with a lighting package designed by Chris Lisle and supplied by Bandit Lites.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – St. Paul and the Broken Bones, the energetic eight piece rock band from Alabama, is bringing their high-voltage soul sound to cities across the nation with a lighting package designed by Chris Lisle and provided by Bandit Lites.

Following the band’s incredible, two-night sold-out shows at the historic Ryman Auditorium, Chris Lisle returned to Bandit Lites to outfit the production with a lighting package that would provide similar punch and dynamic looks while still keeping space and efficiency in the foreground of planning, as this package had to fit in a trailer behind the tour bus.

With St. Paul and the Broken Bones taking their earth-shattering vocals and compositions to varying venues, including outdoor stages, Lisle created a floor based package that would quickly move offstage during set changes utilizing Bandit supplied GLP X4S fixtures and Elation CuePix WW2 blinders.

“The X4S fixtures are used for punchy beam looks, and the WW2 fixtures are used to accent the many awesome horn moments and other “hits” throughout the set,” said Lisle. “We really love the X4S fixtures due to their amazing zoom function. They are bright and help us create some amazing looks throughout the night for sure.”

“Everyone at Bandit was fantastic during this whole process,” said Lisle adding, “I especially want to thank Matt King for helping us create our cool, unique “carts” that help us get off stage so quick, and Corey Stewart is doing an awesome job manning the controls as LD.”

About Bandit Lites, Inc.

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