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Clayton Hutson is a force to reckon with in the music and entertainment industry. Houston is an audio engineer and his business deals with the provision of services for event organizers and musicians. Clay had prior university training in theatre design, and this has played a significant role in his success. Before deciding to start a business of his own in Nashville, the engineer had worked for some companies in the live music industries as a project manager. This has greatly helped him undertake multiple projects successfully one after the other.

Hutson’s firm deals with management, designing, and production of rock music concerts. He has worked with well-known performers like Pink, Kid Rock Guns N’ Roses, and many more artists.

Hutson believes he is a risk taker because after the last recession had a significant impact on his employer, that is when he decided it was the right time to start a business of his own. This involved a substantial amount of risk, but he was confident that his talent in his line of work would help create a successful business.

Through hard work, attention to detail and long working hours, he can produce quality work that has enabled him to become a reputable manager and professional in his work. This has seen him get recommended when musicians need the services that he offers.

Clayton believes that through new technologies, sudden changes are bound to take place in the musical industry. When asked about what he thinks is best for a memorable show, Hutson believes that artists and performers ought to impress their fans in more creative ways and gives examples of how Pink and Lady Gaga are always willing to try out new tricks in their shows by incorporating acrobatics and interesting stunts during their performances.

Hutson occasionally writes down quotes that he believe inspires him when he needs motivation and guidance.

For more than two decades IN THE Music Industry, Clayton has been involved and worked with a lot of artists, and his favorite artists are those that put all their energy into their performances.All credit goes to Hutson.

Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, The Chainsmokers, Discuss Future Shows & Halsey

The Chainsmokers achieved mainstream success with their breakthrough song “#Selfie” in 2014. The group is a duo made up of producer/DJ combo Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall. They released an EP near the end of 2015, but it wasn’t until 2017 when their first album Memories…Do Not Open was released. Even though The Chainsmokers have released full length projects, their normal schedule of music releases is more unorthodox. The Chainsmokers are most well known for releasing singles randomly.

In an interview conducted by Interview Magazine, The Chainsmokers discussed working with Halsey, Andrew Taggart’s singing career, and more.

“That’s the kind of artists we like to work with,” said Alex Pall in regards to Halsey, the featured singer on the song “Closer.” “She has a very strong voice,” Pall confirmed. Pall went on to call Halsey incredible; Alex Pall said that over the last year, Halsey was one of the singers they were looking most forward to working with.

Andrew Taggart wrote “Closer,” but for the first time ever, Andrew Taggart stepped up to the microphone. The Chainsmokers, even though they haven’t previously sang on their own songs, write their own vocals. They usually have a different singer perform the vocals, but all of the songs from The Chainsmokers are written from personal events.

The Chainsmokers’ previous hits are “#Selfie,” “Roses,” and a handful more. The Chainsmokers have so many hit songs under their resume, it seems as though the group has been producing music for a decade. It is hard to believe The Chainsmokers have only been an active group for less than 5 years.

Now that Andrew Taggart is also singing and not just producing, The Chainsmokers have been forced to redesign their live shows. The Chainsmokers have circulated the idea of mixing video packages into their show, but the biggest change to the live show is when Andrew Taggart steps behind the microphone. Taggart stepping out from behind the production table has resulted in a dynamic change to the show.