DAVE KOZ BRINGS HOLIDAY JOY WITH BANDIT LITES
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – It’s that wonderful time of year where holiday shows abound, and Dave Koz is bringing his celebrated contemporary jazz sound to audiences around the country. The nine time Grammy nominee and acclaimed saxophonist has embarked on the Dave Koz and Friends Christmas Tour - Starring Dave Koz, Valerie Simpson, Jonathan Butler, and Kenny Lattimore. The tour features a lighting package designed by Erik Parker of Chris Lisle Lighting Design and provided by Bandit Lites.
Parker worked closely with both Koz and Production Manager Brian Foisy on the design and the show, a project Parker had looked forward to doing since he joined the show as lighting director in 2014.
SHINEDOWN TAKES BANDIT LITES ON THE ROAD
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE –Hard rock band Shinedown is out on an epic tour run with a striking lighting package provided by long time vendor Bandit Lites and designed by Sooner Routhier. With more than 10 million albums sold, the band is comprised of vocalist Brent Smith, bassist Eric Bass, drummer Barry Kerch and guitarist Zach Meyers.
Bandit supplied Shinedown with a layered lighting rig that consists of VL 3000s for front wash and specials, while Clay Paky B-EYES wash the stage and add powerful accent effects for songs. Phillips Nitros and Chauvet Rogue R1 FX B’s
THE MOODY BLUES TOUR WITH BANDIT LITES
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – The Moody Blues wrapped another successful run with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites. The British rock band boasts 18 platinum and gold albums with retail sales of more than 70 million units, proving that the Moody Blues are one of the longest lasting artists of the famed ‘British Invasion.’
Credited with creating the first ‘art rock’ album with the conceptual Days of Future Passed, The Moody Blues bring their hits including “Nights in White Satin” and “I Know You're Out There Somewhere” to audiences across the country.
SHAPING SOUND CONTINUES TO DAZZLE WITH BANDIT LITES
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - Shaping Sound, the contemporary dance company founded by Emmy-nominated choreographers Travis Wall, Nick Lazzarini, Teddy Forance, and dance visionary Kyle Robinson, wrapped up its six week fall tour with a lighting package designed by Seth Jackson and provided by Bandit Lites, and while Robinson was the only one of the four to hit the road with the production titled Dance Reimagined, the show itself continued to wow audiences with its visionary prowess.
The part rock concert and part pop show with breathtaking dance numbers followed the story of a girl (performed by “So You Think You Can Dance" season 12 winner, Gaby Diaz) as she struggles being in a loveless relationship.