BANDIT'S VENUE ONE FACILITY HOSTS VIDEO SHOOT FOR TAYLOR X
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Bandit Lites is proud to provide its clients access to its Venue One rehearsal facility, consisting of virtual programming suites, accommodations for 80,000 pound hang capacity, bus parking and easy access. Up and coming urban pop dance artist Taylor X utilized the space for her recent music video shoot the song, No Ceiling.
In addition to using the Venue One rehearsal space for the shoot, Bandit Lites supplied VL 3000 Spots, GLP X4S, Martin Atomic Strobes, and ETC Source Four Pars, giving lighting designer Erik Parker the tools to tailor a high energy look.
CHEVELLE WRAPS WEST COAST TOUR WITH BANDIT LITES
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – American rock band Chevelle recently completed their west coast leg of their tour with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites. The band, made up of brothers Pete and Sam Loeffler and Dean Bernardini, were promoting their latest album, The North Corridor which included the hit singles, “Joyride (Omen)” and “Door to Door Cannibals.”
With a new album to promote, the band sought to shake up their previous production. Lighting designer Craig Richter built this tour’s lighting design around the new scenic set elements created by Robb Jibson of So Midwest Inc.
BANDIT LIGHTS NASHVILLE GRAMMY NOMINEE PARTY
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – The 59th Annual Grammy Awards are rapidly approaching, and the Nashville chapter of the Recording Academy gathered January 26th to celebrate the successes and toast nominees including Maren Morris, For King & Country, Cassadee Pope, Thomas Rhett and Kelsea Ballerini. Bandit Lites provided the lighting package for the event with Chris Lisle Lighting Design and Erik Parker as programmer, creating a relaxed, cocktail party vibe.
“The last thing we wanted was to turn houselights on and have a bright space with no ‘mood’, so our main considerations were to give enough light to avoid the
BOB PETERSON AND BANDIT LIGHT TRUMPET AWARDS ON BOUNCE
ATLANTA, GEORGIA –It was a star-studded evening at the 25th Annual Trumpet Awards, a tremendous celebration of African American achievers and those who support the African American experience. Bounce, who recently acquired the show, produced and aired the awards Sunday, January 29. Bandit Lites provided the lighting package for the evening which took place January 21 at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. The event honors accomplishments in diverse fields including law, medicine, business, politics, the Arts, civil rights, sports, entrepreneurship, entertainment and other careers.