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.
Morris has added to its warehouse repertoire by purchasing 578 new pieces of d&b audiotechnik equipment.
Daryl Hall and John Oates kicked off their 2016 tour with a sold-out performance at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Friday, Feb. 19. Morris, in collaboration with famed lighting designer Jesper Luth, provided lights and lighting production design.
Nashville is home to some of music’s best and brightest minds. Not coincidentally, it’s also home to the Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business (CEMB) at Belmont University, the only AACSB International accredited Music Business program in the world.
New Hires Join Integration and Light & Sound Divisions
Morris is pleased to announce the addition of two new team members to its Integration division and two new team members to its Light & Sound division. The Integration division has named Steve Land, CTS, as Director of Business Development & Sales and Wade Russell as Relationship Manager. In the Light & Sound division, Chris Malmgren will serve as Audio Department Manager and Frank Heinrich as Operations Manager.
Four-Day Event Across Multiple Locations Showcases Diverse Industry Capabilities
All eyes will be on Music City over the next four days as Nashville becomes home to thousands of hockey fans during The 2016 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend, happening January 28–31. Morris is proud to take part in the action by creating an exciting experience for fans, media and players alike through audio and lighting installations at four different locations. Managing a large number of separate projects and locations, including outdoor settings, presented a unique set of challenges that truly highlights the diverse industry capabilities of Morris.