Chez Stock is a experienced Tour Manager and Front of House engineer currently on tour with Amanda Palmer. She has toured extensively since 2012, building steadily on her no-nonsense work ethic, and a desire to continuously improve and grow as an engineer.
Grace Royse is a 15-year veteran of the music industry with a concentration in production management and audio engineering.
Her experiences span thousands of festivals, tours and live broadcasted performances worldwide, including the US open, Good Morning America, Ellen, and the Super Bowl.
Grace credits her network of top performing colleagues, along with a strong sense of purpose, for making every successful project possible.
Arica Rust is a live sound engineer specializing in Front-Of-House systems engineering based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her expertise lies in designing, deploying, and optimizing sound reinforcement systems tailored to the client’s or artist’s needs. She is an expert in L-Acoustics and advanced user in d&b audiotechnik systems. She also has extensive experience as a monitor engineer, mix engineer, stage tech, RF coordinator, and communications specialist.
Heather Bey is a Monitor Engineer and tech from Long Island who currently works at the Space at Westbury Theatre, mixing a range of events from concerts, MMA tournaments, and more.
A graduate from SUNY New Paltz, Heather was inspired to follow her passion for audio and upon graduating, and has worked steadily over the last few years, building her resume, and further deepening a love for her craft.
Dani Seggewiss is a Monitor Engineer originally from Cologne, Germany, who currently resides in Leeds, in the U.K.
At nine years old Dani went with her mom to see a concert, and upon seeing the monitor and FOH engineers in action, she knew that that was what she wanted to pursue. Not that she had any idea of how to do it or how to start, or even what they were doing, but she knew that whatever it was struck a chord with her, and that she had to follow her instincts.
Gil Craig is an Audio Engineer and a Sound Designer based out of Wellington New Zealand. As a Monitor Engineer she has mixed for the Phoenix Foundation with the New Zealand Symphony, The Pink Floyd Experience, as well as many other Symphony orchestra productions and concerts.
She is also an accomplished record mixer, with several award-winning albums to her credit including: Trouble on the Waterfront, by the Waterfront Collective, and Circus of Fleas, by Fleabite.
Mary Broadbent’s path into the music industry started much like it does for most of us: on stage, in a band. After moving around for much of her childhood Mary finally ended up attending Emerson University in Boston, and followed a few classmates to the West Coast where her real education as a live touring professional would ultimately begin.
Music journalist Katherine Turman has certainly earned her stripes in the industry, documenting and sharing the stories and profiles of countless artists, in a long list of magazines, newspapers, and radio shows, such as Rockline, and Nights with Alice Cooper.