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Trevor Ahlstrand Design for Kane Brown Tour includes Smarty Hybrid™

NASHVILLE – When lighting designer Trevor Ahlstrand was in search of a powerful yet compact lighting fixture to form the bulk of the floor package on Kane Brown’s current “Live Forever” tour, Elation Smarty Hybrid™ effects grabbed his attention before he ever laid eyes on the light itself. “I was at a demo and it… Read More

L-Acoustics Tops the Rider Lists for DCR Nashville’s Clients

Founded in 2004, Digital Console Rental Inc. was rebranded in 2017 as DCR Nashville to reflect the company’s evolution from a source for high-end digital audio consoles to the AVL solutions provider it is today. DCR Nashville now supports more than two-dozen touring artists and continues to grow its inventory with the industry’s most rider-friendly… Read More

DCR Nashville Deploys Claypaky Fixtures, grandMA2 Consoles and MDG Haze Generators for Halsey’s 2018 Touring Schedule

DCR Nashville is providing an array of equipment for American singer-songwriter Halsey’s 2018 touring schedule, including festivals and her continuing “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom World Tour.”  Gear includes Claypaky Mythos 2 and Scenius spots, grandMA2 consoles and MDG ATMe haze generators.  All of the brands are exclusively distributed in North America by ACT Lighting, Inc. Halsey’s… Read More

DiGiCo Mixes The Music Of “Music City” For CMA Fest

NASHVILLE, Tennessee – July 2018 – Celebrating its 47th year, the Country Music Association’s latest CMA Fest drew more than 50,000 country music fans to downtown Nashville this June to experience more than 350 artists performing over four days and nights at Nissan Stadium, Riverfront Stage, Ascend Amphitheater and seven other concert sites. Although the… Read More

September 2017

Supporting our Neighbors at Concert 4 the Cure

The Concert 4 the Cure, featuring Jeffrey Steele, took place on Saturday, September 9th at 5:00 PM on the Great Lawn at the Westhaven Residents Club, and once again DCR Nashville stepped in to support our neighbors and a great cause. Proceeds from both the Family Fun Run and the Concert 4 the Cure will… Read More

The Concert 4 the Cure, featuring Jeffrey Steele, took place on Saturday, September 9th at 5:00 PM on the Great Lawn at the Westhaven Residents Club, and once again DCR Nashville stepped in to support our neighbors and a great cause. Proceeds from both the Family Fun Run and the Concert 4 the Cure will fund discovery grants at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. Discovery grants provide seed funding for cancer researchers to pursue bold ideas in the lab that can lead to breakthrough discoveries in the fight against cancer. Findings from preliminary research supported by these grants are essential to obtain funding from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and other federal agencies that grant millions every year to support cancer research.

Concert 4 the Cure is an event that is very important to DCR Nashville because of the charity it supports. Understanding the importance of raising as much money as possible for Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, DCR Nashville donated all of the lighting, sound and crew for this great event for the 9th year in a row.

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DCR Nashville again deployed our small but mighty (12) box Meyer Mina Powered Array with (4) HP700 subs, (4) Meyer Mina Powered FF and Out-fill boxes and (8) mixes of Meyer MJF212’s. For audio control DCR Nashville deployed (1) Midas Pro2 for FOH and (1) Avid Profile for monitors. The lighting rig consisted of (24) Martin Mac 301’s, (8) Quantum Profiles and (16) Elation Color Chours 24’s. DCR Nashville would also like to include mention to it’s team of engineers and technicians who helped make this event a success. Without their generous donations of time and skills, DCR Nashville could not have accomplished what we have for a great cause. The DCR team included: Account Manager: Shane Hamill, Systems Engineer and FOH: John Schirmer, Monitor Engineer: Trevor McIntosh, A2: David Bayles, Lighting Design and LD: Drew Lombana, L2: Jordan McKinney and overall utility guy: our very own warehouse manager Calvin James.

DCR Nashville is extremely grateful to once again provide support for great people and a great cause. We look forward to coming back again next year for our 10th anniversary in providing support for Concert 4 the Cure.

This years’ lineup included a star studded who’s who of the Nashville songwriting community and an amazing tribute to our friend Troy Gentry. Artists included: Vic and the Spoils, Resurrection — A Journey Tribute Band and Jeffrey Steele