The day before the Music City Bowl, the marching bands from Purdue and Auburn will compete in a blockbuster battle under the backdrop of the Nashville skyline. The event, produced in conjunction by Morris Light & Sound and the Nashville Sports Council (NSC), will look, sound, and feel like the many high-profile events they have executed in their previous partnerships.
Country music fans from every state and 36 foreign countries converged on Nashville in 2018 for the Ultimate Country Music Fan Experience. Now in its 47th year, CMA Fest is the city’s signature country music event, featuring more than 350 artists performing across 11 stages. CMA Chief Executive Officer, Sarah Trahern comments, “We will also host the 52nd Annual CMA Awards this fall. While we’re known for our large-scale events, the fact that we’re able to bring together our entire country music community speaks to the excellence and importance CMA has provided throughout its 60 years.”
As Old Dominion (OD) kicked off their 2018 Happy Endings world tour in Canada, they looked forward to engaging with their fans during their sold-out performance and showcasing brand-new production elements in their show provided with the help of Nashville-based production company, Morris Light & Sound.
Morris, a full-service production and integration company with over 30 years of experience, is proud to announce the addition of two team members, Luke Lowes and Tommy Smith.
Morris, a full-service production and integration company with over 30 years of experience and owners of Nashville’s premiere recording studio, The Tracking Room, is proud to announce its new status as an official integration partner for d&b audiotechnik.
Chart-topping country singer Michael Ray achieved his third consecutive Top 20 song on country radio last month with “Think A Little Less.” Prior to that success, Ray began his Think a Little Less tour in 2016 and looked to Nashville-based production company Morris to create a professional touring package customized to the rising star’s needs.
Nashville-based live production and integration company Morris completed a fiber-based, live performance system design and installation for Green Acres Baptist Church in Tyler, TX. To help the church reach its production goals, Morris’ work brought new technology from vendors d&b audiotechnik, SSL, and Yamaha to a traditional space. Morris’ audio system design and installation also recently earned a Solomon Award.
Thousands of fans attending the annual Country Music Association (CMA) Music Festival, held in Nashville June 9-12, enjoyed outdoor entertainment at Ascend Amphitheater featuring a significant change in audio approach and production.
Concertgoers across the Southeast experienced a wide variety of entertainment over Memorial Day weekend, thanks to the coordination and skill of the talented Morris team.