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BANDIT LITES BUYS ROBE PATT 2013 FIXTURES

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Summer is off to a full swing, with massive tours hitting the road, meaning Bandit Lites has again invested in increasing its already expansive touring inventory, this time purchasing Robe PATT 2013 fixtures.

While harkening back to vintage, broadcast lighting looks, the elegant design of the Robe PATT 2013 provides a new element of mood and stage lighting, all the while considering the need for lighting designers to utilize fixtures that will not only meet the booming retro-style trend, but also provide warm tungsten eye-candy looks.

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BANDIT BRINGS THE LIGHTS TO EPIC ALICE COOPER REUNION CONCERT

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Fans of rock legend Alice Cooper know there are some aspects to his live shows that they can expect, including a macabre performance of horror theatrics; however, following Alice Cooper’s customary execution via guillotine at his most recent Nashville concert, fans were treated to something rarely seen since 1975. The stage went dark, and the original band, including bassist Dennis Dunaway, guitarist Michael Bruce and drummer Neal Smith reunited with Alice for five classic songs, including “Billion Dollar Babies” and “I’m Eighteen.”

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BANDIT SUPPLIES SGM G-4 WASH ON NFL DRAFT EXPERIENCE

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA – Bandit Lites recently wrapped another successful venture with C3 Presents on lighting components of the NFL Draft, using strategically placed SGM G-4 Washes at the Entrance Portal where thousands of fans streamed through to celebrate the annual football draft selection.

“SGM G-4 Washes provided the key lighting for hanging sponsorship banners and the NFL Crest,” said Bandit Lites Client Representative Shawn Lear, who facilitated designing the lighting for the entrance.

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EMMYLOU HARRIS CELEBRATES AT THE RYMAN WITH BANDIT LITES

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Emmylou Harris and the Nash Ramblers took the stage at the fabled Ryman Auditorium in celebration of the anniversary of their original live recording of the Grammy-winning 1992 LP, At the Ryman, which took place in an effort to restore the crumbling “Mother Church.” With the Ryman now fully restored, Harris and the Ramblers (Sam Bush, Jon Randall, Al Perkins, Larry Atamanuik and Byron House) returned to the hallowed stage where they performed the album once again in its entirety, this time with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites.

Lighting designer Bob Peterson supplemented the house lighting from the Ryman with Bandit Lites VL 3000 Spots, GLP X4S wash lights, along with a Grand

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