Clark Hutson, a music producer for music people like Pink, Garbage, Kid Rock and Gun’N’Roses, recently had an interview appear on Your text to link….
At the beginning of the interview, he is asked about how did he come up with the name for his company. The idea for his own production company came during the recent recession in the US so it gave him the opportunity to start his own music management company.
The second question was about what Hutson does on a typical day. He usually wakes up at 6:30 pm and plan what he and his crew are going to do that day. They usually work on events and he is currently working on show for Kid Work. He makes sure that they have a productive show by keeping everyone focused on what they need to do that day.
The interviewer next asks how Hutson makes his ideas work. He bases his ideas on what he has done in the past with the set, sound, and the lighting. He uses his past experience to create his ideas for today. Learn more: http://blogwebpedia.com/interview-music-producer-clay-hutson.html#.WpXMXoJMFTY
What trends are making Hutson excited? He is excited that by the technological advances that the keep on changing the live music scene. He feels that if you don’t keep up with the changes, they will pass them. The lights have become bigger, but they are still easy to move. The video screens are bigger as well. He likes the live shows that have aerial stunts and acrobatics.
He is then asked about what habit makes him productive as an entrepreneur. His habit is simply to plan his day to the nth degree. when he is traveling or has free time.
The interview ends with asking about what everyone but no ones does. He thinks that just because a person is enthusiastic and happy, this does not mean that they are doing a good job. A bitter old man can do a better job than some Pollyanna.
What is Hutson’s experience? He got a BFA in Theater Design and Technical Production from Central Michigan University and an MBA from the University of Michigan. In 1999, he joined Getagrip Touring as a production manager. He then became a VP of production at Ronin Event Creative in 2001. He then like he said formed his own company. He truly does have the experience to produce live shows for the big music stars of the day.