Getting To Know Clay Hutson

Clay Hutson from Nashville, Tennessee began his love for music at a tender age. After earning his bachelor’s degree in theatre design from Central Michigan University; he worked with several live entertainment companies rising to the ranks of a project manager. After harnessing skills from roles he assumed in these companies, Clay decides to venture on his own. Based on his passions and self-belief he established a firm that designs, produces and manages concerts.

His continuous efforts and sleepless nights would soon pay off as Clay has been able to complete many managerial and technical responsibilities for renowned performers including Guns N’ Roses, Pink, Kid Rock just to mention a few.

What made you start your own firm?

After assuming several positions while working for the entertainment companies, I was able to mount large tones of experience. Also after seeing my impact on these companies, I thought it was time to put my will attest. I can say for sure, it was a big risk venturing on my own, but after all, business is about taking risks.

What do you think attracts new clients to you?

Most importantly I do not shy away from hard work. I often find myself working for long hours and am always the first at the stage. I also pay attention even to the smallest of detail leaving no stone unturned. This I believe has helped me build a reputation with my clients.

What virtues and habits do you think are behind your success?

I am always up and ready way before time always counter checking my work to make sure it meets my clients’ desires. Another thing, am also able to manage my crew through proper management and planning which enhances efficiency and productivity which are very important in any kind of job.

What can you say about the ever-changing trends in the music industry?

The times are changing and technology diversifying. In order to meet and satisfy my clients its important for me to keep up with these new developments. This I can admit the new technology is exciting.

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The Chainsmoker’s Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart

While currently paying more attention to expand live show operations, keeping up the professional Social Media posts, and evolving their style into more “creative” songs, The Chainsmokers have been basking in the glory of their carefully curated labor and connections with outstanding female artists that pack a punch.

 

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It all started once upon a time when Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall were chilling and Andrew just hit the gym while taking in the whole “Young and Free” playlist on Spotify. Andrew ended up completely let down by the list because none of the songs really stood out and were just kind of playing it safe, so this gave him pause to think about they could take advantage of this lag in the market.

 

In an effort to this end, Andrew and Alex Pall eventually, like most artists, drew from the inspiration of life experiences that they had accumulated. Andrew himself hails from a very small city on the outskirts of Maine: always trying to keep up with the rich girls.

 

Eventually, the result was the hit smash single “Closer”, which as everyone knows is about getting back together with an ex and the intricacies of such a delicate point in a relationship.

 

For as we have come to learn, both Alex Pall and Andrew were EDM DJ’s were electronica heads well before the scene came to be so popular. Alex was merely DJing to make some money on the side, but when he partnered up with Andrew then things started to manifest on a grandiose scale.

 

Alex and Andrew became such good friends that they actually achieved a level of popularity that allowed them to collaborate with seriously talented female artists like Halsey, ROZEZ, and Daya. It’s hits like “Closer”, “Don’t Let Me Down” (1.1 Billion YouTube views and counting), “Roses”, and #Selfie” which not only show the vast range of talent and BPM’s that this pair can produce very well, but also the longevity that they so clearly own too.

 

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58 Seconds of Pure Magic by Chainsmokers

‘Started from the bottom now we here,” I believe these are the lyrics that Chainsmokers should be shouting to the world right now. It might not be the lyrics to one of their songs but who cares right now, the guys have just topped the charts. The chain smokers recently topped the Billboard Dance 100.

This has been a journey for the duo. Andrew Tuggart and Alex Pall have been on a journey into the world of music that started way back. This journey was initiated by Alex Pall revelation on one of that art gallery that he attended in New York. Alex Pall’s manager made the connection with Andrew and the Chainsmoker was born.

Their journey has not been an easy one. In fact, in one of the videos, they shared with the world they speak about how they could not make it among the top 100 but are now at the top of the world! The billboard top 100 is not just that normal list but is the list of the best artist and Chainsmokers toping it is not a small thing.

A new video released by the duo show their work on the music track. The video might be only 2 seconds to make the 1-minute mark but it just oozes the skills and passion of the group. The song somebody is a masterpiece and has caught the world like a storm. Basically, the short video just gives to life the statement in everybody’s lips that the duo is the best music group in the universe.

The song was initially recorded for another song but the way they change the pitch and create a symphony that can only be compared with that of the great music guru Mozart is just pure genius. The instrument used to like the synths, albetons and the piano might fool someone to think that the pair is just a normal pair but actually, the brainwork behind the song is pure magic.

Let us sit down, relax and wait for the full video on the work they put in because watching the two at work is just as fun to watch as listening to the songs they produce.

 

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