BANDIT BRINGS THE LIGHTS TO SHAPING SOUND: AFTER THE CURTAIN
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Shaping Sound, the phenomenal mash up of contemporary dancers, musical genres and dancing styles has returned to the road with a brand new production with Shaping Sound: After the Curtain. Bandit Lites is proud to once again provide the lighting package for the spectacle which is cultivated under the artistic direction of Emmy Award winner Travis Wall and co-created with Nick Lazzarini, Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson.
The dazzling show follows the story of a man as he struggles to come to terms with the loss of his one true love, his struggle to find his creative voice and grasp
BANDIT DONATES LIGHTING FOR KNOXVILLE MUSEUM OF ART FUNDRAISER
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE – In what has been called Tennessee’s finest food and wine event, the Knoxville Museum of Art held its primary annual fundraising event, L’Amour du Vin March 4 with a lighting package donated by Bandit Lites. The sophisticated wine auction and dinner (prepared by three time James Beard Award-winner and Relais & Châteaux Grand Chef Barbara Lynch), serves as the primary contribution event for the museum, which reaches over 60,000 annually and boasts an accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums, a merit less than ten percent of American museums share.
AMOS LEE SHINES WITH BANDIT LITES
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Acclaimed singer songwriter Amos Lee has returned to the road for the second leg of his winter tour, bringing his acoustic blues sound from his sixth studio album, Spirit, to audiences across the country with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites.
Lee has cultivated a faithful following with his honest and captivating lyrics, making each performance one that resonates with audiences on a personal level, and one lighting designer Daniel Rehbein sought to compliment.
ST. PAUL AND THE BROKEN BONES ROCKS THE RYMAN WITH BANDIT LITES
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE –St. Paul and the Broken Bones shook the rafters of the Mother Church in a show stopping performance that left audience members feelings as though they left a revival, as the six-piece band from Alabama, currently promoting their newest album, Sea of Noise, brought their soulful sound to the historic Ryman Auditorium for a two night engagement with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites.
Lighting designer Chris Lisle sought to create an effective production package that harkened back to the old school looks of lighting.