Clayton Huston is an entrepreneur involved in the music industry as an event Production Manager, Sound Manager, and a tour producer. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, United States, Clayton pursued theatre design and worked for specific companies which gained his experience in the entertainment production industry. His passion in the entertainment sector has enabled him to work with topmost musicians such as Pink, Kid Rock, and Guns ‘N’ Roses.
About Clayton Huston Music Career
Clayton established a Music Production and Management Company during his time in the entertainment industry after acquiring adequate experience in the general field from tour production and live shows. His typical daily routine begins at 6:30 AM and goes through the day’s program which provides the schedule of the day and later develops a plan for the crew. Clayton also continuously extends more lists during and after the show for a successful event of the day.
With his career of stage lighting, design and sound organization, the idea for a productive day is his experience and knowledge which generates a vision of what works and what will lead to failure. The idea escalates his career through his thorough working habit which keeps him ready before the crew arrives on the set. More so, Clayton Huston likes multiple checking his work and products to guarantee the quality of his services to his clients and workmates.
Advancement and the current trend of technology have also made his operations efficient making his work reliable such as when working with a client. The cooperation of musicians such as Lady Gaga and Pink in accepting to use technology in the industry has again propelled his career further. For instance, his iPhone enables him to manage his work even while at home and Dropbox also assists in sharing files to his clients and staff as well.
Clayton Huston Inspirations
Other than mentors, Clayton Huston writes quotes and motivations which he refers when in need of guidance in the music production industry. He also receives inspirations from Vince Lombardi, Thomas Jefferson, and W.C Fields and even a book by Richard Carlson: Don’t Sweat the Small Staff…and It’s All Small, which offers advice for entrepreneurs to focus on what matters in your career.