RMOD – Dan Stevenson – Road Crew Radio – Memphis Metal Monday!
August 3, 2017 1:27 pm
The Radio Memphis Road Crew Series is bringing even more insight to the table for our emerging artists and entertainers by sitting down with some of the best industry pros that work behind the scenes of that incredible record you just bought, that awesome live show you just saw or even that fantastic event you might have attended.
We did a “Radio Memphis- Road Crew Radio” series interview with Dan Stevenson calling in from Nevada live on air during Radio Memphis Around the World on July 22nd.
As the Owner and President of Events on Sand, Inc. in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dan Stevenson is one of the industry’s most seasoned producers and tech directors that you will find on the planet. He’s held positions in all levels of production, including technical direction, being a stage manager, producer, director, set designer… as well as, film and video producer. Dan has worked in most of the world’s major venues from stadiums to convention centers to hotels and resorts.
As a Technical Director. Dan’s experience includes large-scale projects for IBM, M&M Mars, BMC Software, J.D. Edwards, Panasonic, the Los Angeles Museum of Natural History, Mazda, Mitsubishi, BMW, Bank of America, the America’s Cup, Taco Bell, VEBA , XBOX, Nissan, Infiniti, Honda, Acura, Mack Truck, JD Edwards, Microsoft, Infor, Lincoln, Yamaha Motorcycles and so much more.
And as a production and stage manager, Dan’s experience includes the TNN Music Awards, the Goodwill Games, the HBO Comedy Arts Festival, Penn & Teller’s Sin City Spectacular TV series, The MTV Awards, MTV New Year’s Parties, NBC’s Concert Series Rock ‘n Roll Tonight, NBC’s Seoul and more.
But what you may not realize is that Dan Stevenson is definitely an alumni of the rock & roll business having worked with Alice Cooper, Julio Iglesias, Stone Temple Pilots, and Blondie just to name a few including a stint serving as tour manager for Ringo Starr in 2008.
How did he get his start? Believe it or not delivering newspapers.
Check out this conversation with Dirty D and Dan Stevenson right here.