The Career Of Clayton Huston

Clayton Hutson is a resident of Nashville, Tennessee that has helped carved the careers of some of music’s biggest names. He runs a business that offers event organization to musicians. Before launching his career, he studied theater design in college. His college courses have paid off because he creates some of the greatest events and venue layouts for music artists. After college, he began working as an audio engineer. After that he created his own company that is a concert and environment management company. Artists like Pink and Guns N Roses have used Clayton’s assistance in creating concerts and performance venues for them.

Clayton Huston knows the importance of marketing skills. Marketing can make or break a musician. Having previous experience working in the music industry, he saw how important it is for an artist to be marketed and managed correctly. His company allows artists to perform in some of the best venues. Working with artists to create spaces for them to entertain and perform sets the tone for their career for years to come.

Having a good work ethic has been the key to Clayton Huston’s success. He is a diligent worker that believes in the principal of working hard. When he is looking o create a set for an artist, he pays close attention to even the finest details. The details count. Him and his team work very long hours striving for perfection for these venue or event spaces. He takes pride in his work and takes it seriously. The smallest mistake can alter his reputation in the community. So, putting his clients first, keeping his team in check and making sure the details are done keeps his business up and running.

A day in the life of Clayton Huston involves waking before seven a.m. He arrives at a performance venue well before anyone else does. He explores the space, checks over his schedule and creates a to do list for himself. His staff works to set up decorations and he supervises. After a concert has taken place, he looks back over his notes and plans for the next show.

 

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Entertainment Superstar Ryan Seacrest

Ryan Seacrest is one of the most well known radio and television personalities in the United States and worldwide. He has also seen success as an entrepreneur and with philanthropic efforts. Recently he joined the Emmy-winning program “Live” as a co-host with Kelly Ripa, which will now be known as “Live With Kelly and Ryan.”

Ryan Seacrest continues to have success as the radio host of the popular program, “On Air with Ryan Seacrest.” This nationally-syndicated show has been ranked #1 and is considered a top 40 show nationwide.

Seacrest is also a recognized television personality. He hosts and co-produces the annual New year’s Eve program “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest” on ABC. He also hosts and co-produces “E! Live from the Red Carpet” award shows. Seacrest is known for being the longtime host of the popular singing competition show, “American Idol” where he is known for opening each show with the expression “This is American Idol!”

In 2006, Seacrest established Ryan Seacrest Productions (RSP), a television production company known for a variety of unscripted, scripted and digital programs, including “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” “E! Live from the Red Carpet,” Bravo’s “Shahs of Sunset,” CMT’s “I Love Kellie Pickler,” NBC’s “Shades of Blue,” and Emmy-winning “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.”

Ryan Seacrest has been active as an entrepreneur, with investments in marketing services company Civic Entertainment Group, Pinterest, news media company attn:, Youtube concert proguction company DigiTour Media, mobile wellness brand Headspace, and cable network AXS TV. Seacrest has also established a fashion line at Macy’s called Ryan Seacrest Distinction. He plans to launch a men’s skincare business called Polished by Dr. Lancer.

As a philanthropist, Seacrest (@ryanseacrest) serves as chairman of the Ryan Seacrest FOundation, which has opened broadcast media centers in pediatric hospitals around the country. He also serves on the board for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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Keeping up with Ryan Seacreast

Ryan Seacrest recently made the move from Los Angeles to New York. The 43 year old Atlanta, Georgia native now lives on the Upper East Side and has seven minute commute to co-host Live with Kelly and Ryan. He began his stint on May 1, 2017, after the departure of former co-host, Michael Strahan. Ryan Seacrest serves as host and producer of American Idol, which airs on ABC and includes judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry, and Lionel Ritchie. Under his company, Ryan Seacrest Productions, he also produces Keeping up with the Kardashians, which airs on the E! Network. Also under his production company are the “Shah’s of Sunset”, “I Love Kellie Pickler”, and “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.”

As if Ryan Seacrest is not busy enough, he heads The Ryan Seacrest Foundation which is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting young people through programs which include entertainment and education. The educational studios are located in 10 pediatric hospitals across the country. His radio program, On Air with Ryan Seacrest, is nationally syndicated and broadcasted from ABC studios in New York.

It airs 5am to 10 am eastern standard time and is co-hosted by Sisanie, Tanya Rad, and Manny on the Streets.

In 2014, Ryan Seacrest founded Distinction (ryanseacrestdistinction.com), which offers a classic men’s clothing line, and accessories are available in Macy’s Department Stores nationwide as well as macys.com. Seacrest worked with longtime friend, Dr. Harold Lancer to create a skin care line specially designed for men. It includes moisturizer, anti-acne serum, and lip care.

Seacrest has admitted to having attention deficient disorder and finds exercise important for keeping him focused on his every day life as well as staying disciplined. He is a vegan but admits to enjoying the occasional glass of wine.

After watching Dick Clark since a child, Ryan Seacrest had the opportunity to work under him for many years eventually becoming executive producer and co-host of the annual Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. He credits Clark for his drive and success in the entertainment industry.

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Alex Pall Talks Transistions in 2016 Interview

Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart of The Chainsmokers fame, have been enjoying mainstream success for about four years now. Their first breakthrough hit, “#Selfie”, hitting the charts in 2014. Since then it has been a thrill ride of success that has happened so fast their heads are still spinning. Now Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart are sitting down to talk about identity, pushing boundaries, and how Dashboard Confessional is responsible for their new sound.

According to Pall the duo gets together every day to work on who they are, it is an endless quest for self-discovery. “You have to try new things in order to stay engaged and interested” Pall says. This is certainly true of the Chainsmokers. They have been trying plenty of new things over the years. First and foremost, EDM DJs rely on other artists for a lot of things. Mainly songwriting and the song singing. The genre is awash in seven or eight remixes of the same source material. The 2016 release of charting single “Closer” pushed some boundaries as Taggart took the lead vocals. This is a very unique thing to do. The duo also involves themselves in the writing of their songs, taking part in some or all of its creation. When asked why they are forging in this new direction Pall responded with, “Why not? Nobody else was doing it.”

Andrew Taggart also revealed that their new wave of songwriting came from sitting on a tour bus listening to music. Namely they were listening to Dashboard Confessional and Taking Back Sunday. Taggart remembers thinking about how he missed songs like that, relatable and thought-provoking commentaries on the world at large. It was then that the duo decided to write songs about themselves. “We do not want to make an album of twelve songs that have no connection,” Pall says, “we want a cohesive album of work that relates to who we are.” Their newest 2018 release, “Sick Boy” is yet another step in staying relevant. When asked how Pall stays current with his listeners he credited Instagram for keeping him up to date on trends.

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