Is the dayjob getting you down? Get the information you need to start your road crew career today.
There is a shortage of skilled concert roadies and event technicians*. Find out how you can fill that gap and get working with bands on tour, with this step-by-step guide!
My name is Andy Reynolds. I’m a concert tour manager and live sound engineer with 25 years of touring experience.
‘5 Steps to a Roadie Job‘ is my book that details the exact steps you must take to find work with international touring bands – as a sound engineer, back line tech, concert lighting engineer, tour manager, touring stylist, chef, driver, or any of the numerous other concert touring jobs. The book is fully illustrated and breaks down some of the myths of working in the live music business with an honest and realistic approach to working with music artists on tour.
Inside ‘5 Steps to a Roadie Job’ you will find:
'5 Steps to a Roadie Job' is 195 pages of specific and practical information on how to gain and keep a career in the live music business and is fully illustrated, with diagrams and screen grabs to help explain the key information. The book will tell you how the live music business really works, details of the various backstage jobs, and some of the industry secrets - such as why those road crew jobs are never advertised.
Touring artists and production suppliers are crying out for skilled roadies and event technicians - now is the time to get the information you need to start your road crew career!
Available as a printed paperback book, or ebook for your Kindle and iPad.
*This is just one article highlighting the skills shortage in the concert and events industries: IPM 11: Supply & Demand: An imbalance? https://www.iq-mag.net/2018/03/ipm-11-supply-demand-imbalance/ Accessed 20/12/2019