A look at Clay Hutson

Clayton Hutson is a businessman and entrepreneur. He owns a business that offers services for event organizers and musicians. He started off his career in Nashville. Before then, he had enrolled in university, taking up courses on theater design. Being an Audio engineer, Hutson was lucky to find employment in various companies that dealt with live music and rose to the rank of a manager.

It was after gaining the much needed experience in the field that Hutson decided to start up a company dealing with production management and designs concerts. He was specifically focused on rock music. Through the years, he has completed various managerial and technical tasks for famous performers like Pink, Guns N’ Roses and Kid Rock.

In 2005, Hutson participated in a world tour dubbed “Bleed Like Me” through a band called Garbage. While serving as its monitor engineer, Hutson traveled to various parts of the world Including Australia, Europe and North America. During the One Republic’s Honda Civic Tour” last year, Hutson operated the automatic rigging system. The concert happened in Asia and North America during the July through September season.

In a recent interview, Layton Hutson intimated that he started off his own business after gaining marketable skills through the previous jobs he had been involved in. As much as he realized this was a considerably risky move, he believed in his talents, and this is what he used to make his business successful.

Hutson notes that for a business to attract clients, one has to work extra hard and get creative to beat competition. He says that he pays attention to detail and always ensures that each client walks away satisfied. By doing this, he constantly enhances his reputation as this increases the chances of being a reference. Hutson reckons that he is always on the lookout for mistakes in his work. He notes that simple mistakes could compromise the quality of the whole show in the long run. As such, he takes his time to fully prepare in advance before the event to ensure that there are minimal or no errors at the end of the day.

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