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Clay Hutson Joins the Soul2Soul Tour

Based on an article posted on Prnewswire.com, Clay Hutson will be a tour rigger on the Soul2Soul: The World Tour. The tour, hosted by Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, will be the first time Hustson will be working with them since 2007. The first leg of Soul2Soul occurred between April 2017 and December 2017. During that time 70 concerts that sold out within the first few days of tickets being available.

 

Due to its popularity, Soul2Soul has been extended. The second part of the tour will begin in Richmond, Virginia on May 31st. In addition to performances by Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, Caitlyn Smith Seth Ennis, Brothers Osborne, Midland, Devin Dawson, Margo Price, and NEEDTOBREATHE will also be playing. Clay Hutson is excited to be joining such a star-studded event and is honored to be joining the team. With decades of experience, Hutson plans to put a high amount of effort into rigging the equipment for each performance. He understands that the reputations of the musical artists can be determined by him and they appreciate the extra details. Hutson hopes that he will be known as the “hardest working guy in the room” and leave the tour with a whole lot of good memories.

 

Clay Hutson has always had a passion for music which pushed him into the role he has today. He became well-known in the performance business as a tour producer, sound engineer and stage manager. During his twenty years in the field he had worked alongside many big-name artists including P!nk, Guns ‘n’ Roses, Kid Rock, and Kelly Clarkson. After he gained experience with working during these live performances, and as the company he was working for began to struggle financially, Hutson made the choice to start his own company.

 

As his addition to the Soul2Soul tour would suggest, Clay Hutson’s business is doing well. He states that the reason for his success is the importance of checking one’s work and then checking it again. There is no reason for someone to slack off on their responsibilities when it comes to live performances where anything from lights, sound, and timing could go wrong. Hutson doesn’t want to give any performances that he works on a problem that could have easily been solved by checking one more time. His dedication of being a hard worker has spread throughout the industry and he hopes that the upcoming tour will be another example of his excellent services. Learn more: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/potmsearch/detail/submission/6451483/Clay_Hutson

 

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