Alex Pall Growing and Learning On the Road

Learning Common Values

Alex Pall says the Duo started with their common values, which after some time in the studio, became the foundation of their sound. Then there came a time of digging deeper and challenging one another to become better artists in the process. As a professional you know that you are going to pay your bills doing this, but you also realize that the pursuit means much more than a job.

Journey of Self-discovery

Alex Pall made the comment on July 28, 2016, to Mathias Rosenzweig for his Andy Warhol’s Interview that the reasons for relating to them and their music are so much deeper than it being something that they were just doing to pass time. The early Chainsmoker sound came from a place where each of them was developing into the artist that could both express who they were and what the world was around them in their music. They both understood that when others listened to them they could hear the “journey of self-discovery” came with that territory. Probably the curse of any musician is to become cliche and dig deeper for the “unheard-of-before” element of music-making. So, says Alex Pall, “we kind of always questioned those things.”

Bouncing the Ideas with Feedback

One of the common breakdowns between members of is the failure to communicate. Alex Pall expressed the need for daily bouncing ideas off one another, even if its just a few minutes after a photo shoot or a ride together in a cab from one place to another. It is important they know they are on the same page and they are both satisfied with the process. Feelings are not everything, but they are vitally important in an artistic discussion that molds the identity of your sound. Alex Pall says the one route things becoming “interesting and engaged,” is in finding ways in “trying new things.”

The Chainsmokers

The EDM Duo from Upper State New York and becoming the international voice of what is current, progressive and contemporary, the Chainsmokers are achieving a sound that expresses both what they experience and what is current in the world today. Their lyrics and sound both express the sound of their culture as well as the growing pains of becoming artist in a world fragmented by anxiety and illusive fears. Since their debut album the Chainsmokers have achieved Billboard #1’s as well as becoming ASCAP recognized songwriter of the year award.

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Dr. Eric Forsthoefel Physician Affiliation

Dr. Eric M. Forsthoefel is a renowned emergency medical doctor who graduated from University of Louisville Medical School in 2009 and then went on to obtain his medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine Shreveport in 2012. He specializes in emergency medicine and has moved his practice to Tallahassee, FL. He is able to admit and treat patients at the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare facility. Dr. Forsthoefel has over 7-10 years of experience and practice in emergency care. His patients describe him as attentive, caring, thorough, and meets all their emergency needs. Dr. Forsthoefel takes his time to figure out the root cause of his patients’ issues and ailments. He does all that he can to alleviate their pain and send them home with proper medication/treatment.

Apart from Dr. Forsthoefel acclaimed reputation with his patients he also has a physician affiliation with physician Partners at Tallahassee memorial healthcare hospital where he treats a wide range of patients. He is 1 out of 26 emergency medical doctors located at Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Hospital. His knowledge and expertise surpass the amount of years he has been in practice due to the number of patients and diagnoses he comes across on a daily basis. Dr. Forsthoefel speaks English and Spanish making it easier and more efficient for him to better communicate with his patients, staff, and work colleagues. On average when patients come to the emergency room they have short wait periods of 20 minutes or less which is short compared to many hospitals whose wait time can be hours long.

Dr. Eric offers scheduling flexibility as well as courtesy and cleanliness when you walk into his ER office. He has a great way of explaining conditions and treatments that make it easy for his patients to understand. He also takes his time to answer any questions that his patients may have. He provides follow up right away to make sure that his patients are satisfied with their service and that they are getting the proper care expected. Overall Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is a renowned ER doctor that will provide exceptional service and send his patients home with a peace of mind.

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Clayton Hutson Outlines What It’s Like To Be A Tour Manager For Rock Band

It takes a lot of skill, dedication, and education to become a tour manager in the live performance industry. Many tour managers know the details of every position under them because they’ve been in those positions themselves in the past. They also have to stay up with the very latest technology because if you don’t your skillset rapidly becomes obsolete. The primary job while being a tour manager on the road is making sure that every detail is handled and that things are smoothly handled for everyone involved.
Clayton (Clay) Hutson is a tour manager with his own company. He earned a university degree in theatre design before entering the industry as an underling. He says that before he became a tour manager he performed in many positions that take place behind the scenes of a live music act. This includes being a sound engineer, a project manager, an automation operator, and more.
Over the course of his professional career Clayton Hutson has worked with some of the biggest acts in the music industry like Guns’n’Roses, Lady Gaga, Pink, OneRepublic, and Garbage. He is presently handling Kid Rock’s tour of the United States. For this tour he is doing stage management. He says one of the demands of this position is getting to where the concert is going to be held before anyone else is paramount. He needs to time to do things like complete a walk-through and lay out the plan for himself and the crew that works for him.
Clayton Hutson says that he has learned over the course of his career that he would rather surround himself in his business with people who are competent rather than nice and polite. He says he found out that a lot of people that are enthusiastic and kind but they’re not very good at what they do. Meanwhile, he’s come across people who have been beaten up a bit and are a bit rough but they are extremely good at what they do and can get their jobs done dependably. He’s found it’s best to hire the latter group of people and give the former ones a pass. Learn more: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm8799240/?ref_=nv_sr_1