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Articles
Annie, The Musical 
The moment Annie Lennox walks on stage, the standing-room-only crowd greets her with thunderous applause. It's been four years since her last solo tour,
Spontaneous Combustion: White Stripes 
LD Paul Normandale creates spontaneity in red and white for the White Stripes
Horror Show 
Rob Zombie brings his brand of circus to the road again
A Girl in a Candy Store 
LD Brent Clark started out in college majoring in theatre lighting design. After that he toured clubs through the 80s, and toured with bigger acts out
Tori! Tori! Tori! 
Tori Amos' latest album, Strange Little Girls, is a collection of covers of well-known songs written by men, including Happiness Is a Warm Gun, and Heart
Cult of Personality 
When The Cult released its latest album Beyond Good and Evil last June, The New York Times called it a cleansing blast of noise. For the tour of the same
On the Wings of Destiny 
Eric L. Wade started at a lighting shop on a work program out of high school 21 years ago, and is now working with the top LDs in the field. Working with
Time to Wake Up 
LD Tom Horton has lit Godsmack for the last couple of years, taking over for Sonny Satterfield when he went off to do Black Sabbath. Horton started with
Guitar Gods 
G3 guitar heroes Joe Satriani and Steve Vai, joined by Dream Theater's John Petrucci is on the road. Lighting designer/director Chris Varrin has been
Sultan of Swing 
Mark Knopfler has hit the road again after a 10-year hiatus. Playing songs from his solo albums Golden Heart and the current Sailing to Philadelphia,
One Wild Night 
Bon Jovi's One Wild Night tour kicked off last October in Japan and the US for a couple of months, then picked up again in April in Australia, and back
Rollin' and tumblin' 
For a spring tour of Japan and the US, and a second run of dates this summer, Jeff Beck is back out on the road in support of his new CD, You Had It Coming.
In The Shadows 
Marilyn Manson's Guns, God, and Government tour, in support of his Holy Wood CD, is playing theatre-size venues for a more intimate feel. But there's
Livin' It Up 
LIGHTING DESIGNER/DIRECTOR MARK "JUNIOR" JACOBSON IS OUT WITH THE HOTTEST TOUR - AND I DO MEAN HOTTEST, AS THE PYROTECHNICS PROVE. JUNIOR HAS BEEN WITH
ALICE COOPER'S NEW NIGHTMARE 
Skeletons, guillotines, and straitjackets - it wouldn't be an Alice Cooper show without them. Along with hit favorites like "I'm Eighteen" and "No More

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