presents the “Bus Call” podcast giving an inside view of what goes behind organizing a live music concert

May 29 20:28 2020 presents the "Bus Call" podcast giving an inside view of what goes behind organizing a live music concert

Organizing a musical concert where thousands of people gather up from around the globe, is no child’s play. There are hundreds of people involved backstage, who work day and night to put everything together so the show can run smoothly. The crew involved in the organizing and managing of a music show are the “unsung warriors” who relentlessly work behind the scenes and often don’t get the recognition they deserve. This is why Show Logistics created the podcast “Bus Call” to interview artists and the crew that makes everything happen, giving a deep insight to the listeners about the backstage chaos that goes around every time to execute a music show perfectly. 

The podcast available on Apple, Google, and Spotify was launched earlier this month and features six episodes so far. In one of the episodes, Tour Manager Thomas O’Keefe Talks Tour Managing Ryan Adamas, Train, Weezer. They share some valuable advice on how to get that 2nd gig.

Released on May 5th “Dude, you forgot prince?” is an interview with Jerry Gamble Boston, Prince, Loanstar, Big and Rich, and many others. “What the hell is Force Majeure?” is another exciting episode to look out for, featuring an interview with Ben Mench-Thurlow, APA Booking agent for Sebastian Bach, Angels & Airwaves, Bad Luck, Chaos Chaos, Emery, Hawthorne Heights, Madina Lake, Mystery Science, Theater 3000 Live, Plain White T’s, and Saint Slumber. He talks about how to get into the industry.

Bus Call podcast is suitable for anyone who is curious about the insides of the music industry and what goes behind the heart-throbbing stage performances by the artists. As the leading provider of all the equipment and logistics for the live concerts and musical shows, Show Logistics has a lot of interesting stories to share that will leave the listeners surprised and grateful for all the hard work that is done by the crew members. 

Now that all the music shows are halted due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the crew members are financially suffering which is why Show Logistics is also running a Crew Nation global relief fund, to help the crew members in need. 

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The Bus Call podcast is available at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify.

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