When Bruno Mars signed on for The Hooligans in Wondaland Tour, currently working its way around the US with Janelle Monae co-headlining, he knew he wanted video to be a large part of the design. Production and lighting designer Cory FitzGerald has given Mars just that but in a way that reflects the singer’s retro-soul image while modern. "Bruno didn’t want to get stuck in the idea that he’s an old-school guy, but there are some key elements that feel like a ’60s TV set where you have an Ed ...
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