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Take a little pop, throw in some R&B, mix it with some soul and add a touch of jazz and the result is the electrifying sounds of Blair Clark. We used our Concert Sound System, which includes two JBL PRX speakers, two JBL PRX subwoofers, four QSC K12 Monitors, and a PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2 Digital Mixer. Also included were eight LED PAR64 lights and a followspot.

Blair is a powerful entertainer out of Indiana who we loved working with!

Equipment Used:

  • PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2 Digital Mixer
  • JBL PRX715 15" 2-Way Speakers
  • JBL PRX718XLF Powered 18" Subwoofers
  • QSC K12 Powered Monitors
  • Shure SLX4/SM58 Wireless Handheld Microphone
  • Shure SM58 Microphones
  • Shure PG 6-Piece Drum Microphone Kit

Rent Chauvet Intimidator Moving Spot 350 Phoenix AZWe are excited to announce that we are now renting the PreSonus StudioLive RM32AI 32 Channel Digital Rack Mounted Mixer. The mixer includes a Dell Inspiron One 2350 Touch Screen Computer. It is available at $200 per day and is also available as part of our Pro Concert Sound System Rental Package for Live Bands and Music.

Since it runs on WIFI, this mixer requires no snake! If your band members have iPhones or iPads, they can log in and run their own monitor mixes all night long. No more shouting to the sound technician or waiting till a break to make changes.

Versatile and flexible for live and recorded sound.
Equally at home in houses of worship, schools, broadcast facilities, live venues, touring rigs, and recording studios, the PreSonus® StudioLive® RM32AI 32-channel, 25-bus, rack-mount Active Integration digital mixer is a versatile and flexible solution for live sound and recording. StudioLive RM32AI mixers are expandable up to 64 channels, flawlessly integrated with state-of-the-art software, and boast an integrated multitrack recording interface, advanced AVB or Dante™ networking, and multiple control options. Yet they’re easy to use, with a workflow that will let you focus on mixing, without being distracted by the technology.

The largest study of US couples married in 2015 by the #1 wedding resource, The Knot, finds that to-be-weds are spending more--and The Knot Concierge, a digital-plus-human service, helps couples select the right wedding pros for these high-consideration purchases

NEW YORK, April 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Knot, the #1 wedding brand and marketplace, today released the results of The Knot 2015 Real Weddings Study. The ninth annual comprehensive report, the largest of its kind, surveyed nearly 18,000 U.S. brides and grooms married in 2015 to uncover the financial spending habits and trends of real weddings in America. This study includes national and local statistics including the average cost of a wedding, who pays, how couples budget and plan for their big day, the average number of wedding guests and other key statistics related to weddings in America.

Belief, an international wedding planning network, announces the results of the 3rd edition of an exclusive online contest for wedding professionals

Winning a Belief Awards is one of the highest honors a wedding planner can receive. "We are excited to celebrate such a top-notch group of professionals for the Belief Awards 3rd edition. Each of the wedding planners recognized is committed with quality and expertise," says Giovana Duailibe, executive director of Belief.

Meet the winners by continent

A leading consumer advocate, Beyond4Cs.com, has presented awards to honor the best wedding bloggers of 2016.

NEW YORK, May 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Beyond4Cs.com is pleased to announce the winners of "The Best 105 Wedding Blogs" in the industry. This award recognizes the world's top wedding bloggers who had created compelling content to inspire couples and facilitate wedding planning.

Over the course of four weeks, thousands of bridal related blogs were carefully curated before the final list of 105 winners emerged. The selection criteria included factors like originality of content, inspirational ideas, up-to-date information, community engagement and usefulness of tips/advice.

New Survey Reveals Similarities and Differences Between Same-Sex and Heterosexual Couples

CHEVY CHASE, Md., June 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- WeddingWire, Inc., Community Marketing & Insights (CMI), GayWeddings and the Gay Wedding Institute, released today the results of the 2016 Survey of Contemporary Couples & Current Wedding Trends, the definitive overview of today's quickly evolving wedding landscape. Conducted by the leading industry brands, the groundbreaking study sheds light on how all couples, especially same-sex couples, have planned their weddings since the Supreme Court's historic ruling in favor of nationwide marriage equality on June 26, 2015. Over 1,400 respondents who married since 2013 or are currently engaged were recruited from CMI's proprietary research panel and the client databases of WeddingWire, GayWeddings and the Gay Wedding Institute.

WASHINGTON, June 16, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Following is the daily "Profile America" feature from the U.S. Census Bureau:

June Weddings

Profile America — Thursday, June 16th. For centuries, the month of June has been the most popular choice for weddings. One of the purported reasons was that some hundreds of years ago, this time was just after May's annual bath, so the happy couple and the guests were about as clean as could be hoped. With the ensuing advances in plumbing and overall hygiene, dressy weddings are readily staged year round, from simple civil ceremonies and backyard or back-to-nature vows, to elaborate church functions. Each year, there are more than 2.1 million weddings across the nation. Americans are marrying at older ages — the median age at first marriage for women is now 27.6 years old — up five years since 1980. Men are now an average age of 29.5 when they first take their vows. You can find more facts about America from the U.S. Census Bureau online at www.census.gov.

Study of US married and soon-to-be married LGBTQ couples by The Knot and Logo finds couples feel more pressure to marry, are spending more on their weddings plus participating in more wedding-related events.

NEW YORK, June 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Knot, the #1 wedding brand and marketplace, and Logo, a leading entertainment brand inspired by the LGBT community, today released the results from the fourth annual The Knot LGBTQ Weddings Study. The study surveyed 979 LGBTQ respondents in the US who were married or are engaged to be married to reveal the average cost of a wedding for LGBTQ couples, how couples are proposing, wedding spends, family acceptance and support, traditions, and other key statistics related to LGBTQ weddings in America.

One year after the Supreme Court ruling to recognize marriage equality in the US, The Knot LGBTQ Weddings Study 2016 found that wedding spend has increased 85% among LGBTQ men and 56% among LGBTQ women. The average cost of a wedding for male couples is $33,822, and $25,334 for female couples. In contrast, wedding spend increased by a mere 1% for men and 15% for women from 2014 to 2015, and the average cost of a wedding prior to legalization was $18,242 for male couples and $16,218 for females. Couples are now inviting more guests to their wedding, and participating in more wedding-related events than ever before, from engagement parties to showers and more. For the first time, LGBTQ elopements are down.

Findings reveal the trends behind the bride-to-be's planning process, from the something old to the something new

STAMFORD, Conn., June 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Philips Zoom, the #1 professional teeth whitening brand, and a favorite among brides, conducted a recent survey to explore the emerging trends that couples are incorporating into their weddings and the preparation that goes into them. While new trends have emerged in the day-of festivities, the key to a bride's confidence is often attributed to the preparation behind her wedding look.

  • When it comes to her photo, the top stresses shared by brides focus on their personal appearance: ◦1 in 5 brides is worried about the appearance of her teeth.
  • When it comes to diets and physical activity, 67% of former brides and brides-to-be admit to working out four or more times per week in preparation for their weddings, with 61% cutting out specific foods – like cheese, sugar and pasta, e.g. – from their diets.
  • 2 in 5 plan to or have done a cleanse.

Despite the amount of attention that couples seem to pay to their appearance in preparation for and at their weddings, most are not totally satisfied when they reflect back on the photos taken on their wedding day (70%).

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