Clayton Hudson may be a name you have never heard before reading this article. However if you are involved in the music industry you have more than likely come across him before. Clayton Hudson has found success in the music industry for a number of years. Which is quite an achievement when you think of the way the industry recycles individuals everyday.
Hutson began his career in the industry as an audio engineer. From there he went on to found a firm that specializes in managing musicians and event organizers. In addition, his firm also produces and designs concerts. Though he may specialize in rock he has been involved with musicians in other genres. He was one of the key individuals behind the scenes of last year’s Honda Civic Tour. The tour lasted for 3 months.
In a recent interview he shed light into his reason for pursuing a career in the music industry. He believes a lot of the reason he has been so successful is due to the previous jobs he’s held. Though everything has worked out pretty well for him, in the beginning he was skeptical that he could create a successful business. Ultimately, his background and experience with live entertainment and tour production made him feel comfortable enough to go for it.
Hutson recently did a lot of work for Kid Rock as a stage manager. But no matter the musician he always puts his best foot forward. He is more than willing to show anyone that he is a hard worker who pays close attention to detail. And that is something musicians greatly appreciate and tell others about.
Never one to rest on his laurels Hutson is always trying to figure out how to make the quality of the show standout. he understand that every time he does a job his reputation is on the line.
something that separates Clayton Hutson from others is definitely his respect for talent and skills. unlike many others in his line of work he doesn’t believe attitude trumps skill. In his opinion skill should always hold more weight.
Hutson attended college and majored in theater design and technical production. Learn more: http://www.etnow.com/news/2017/8/ver-drives-onerepublics-honda-civic-tour-production