Paul Dexter began concert lighting in Los Angeles when he was sixteen (1970) and made 42 Hawaiian pineapple cans into lights and operated them with crude double pole switches. At 18, he was asked to tour with Elvis! A colorful history of worldwide concert touring ensued as a lighting designer with the likes of Rick James, Motley Crue, DIO, Ozzy, Elton John and performing in the opposite end of the live stage spectrum - the Bolshoi Ballet at London's Royal Albert Hall. Dexter was lighting ...

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