GILLIAN WELCH RIDER
Regarding the proposed GILLIAN WELCH engagement in
on____________________________________, this Letter of Agreement sets forth
additional terms and conditions for said engagement and is hereby made part of the
contract dated _____________________, between GILLIAN WELCH (ARTIST) AND
Marie Oldham Ken Weinstein
Q Prime Big Hassle
729 7th Avenue, 16th Floor 44 Wall St., 22nd Floor
New York, NY 10019 New York, NY 10005
PH: 212-302-9790 PH: 212-619-1360
FX: 212-302-9589 FX: 212-619-1669
MO: 917-376-4755 EM: email@example.com
BOOKING AGENCY RECORD COMPANY
William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, LLC Acony Records
Jay Williams PO Box 60007
1600 Division St., #300 Nashville,TN 37206
Nashville, TN 37203 PH: 615-228-7708
PH: 615-963-3357 FX: 615-228-7709
FX: 615-963-3090 EM: firstname.lastname@example.org
A. ARTIST SHOULD BE BILLED AS GILLIAN WELCH .
B. GILLIAN WELCH shall receive 100% sole exclusive headline billing unless otherwise specified
on face of contract in any and all advertising and publicity.
C. Showtimes must be specified on face of contract. If there is a requested change in showtime,
BUYER must get it approved by ARTIST'S MANAGER OR AGENT prior to advertising this
D. ARTIST prefers to do an evening with rather than have an opening act. ARTIST
will perform two 45-minute sets.
E. In the event that there is an opening act, it must be cleared with ARTIST or ARTIST'S
MANAGER prior to confirmation of this contract. There will be only one opening act.
Opening acts are limited to a maximum 30 minutes; in no event will ARTIST S show begin
any later than one hour after opening act s entrance. Only male solo or duo acoustic acts are
F. There shall be no show introduction whatsoever without prior written approval by Artist's
management in advance of the date of the engagement. If approved introduction should be
welcome style. Act should be referred to as Acony Recording Artist Gillian Welch & David
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A. All payments provided for hereunder shall be made in certified funds (preferred unless
otherwise specified) payable to Paramount Touring, Inc (Federal ID # 20-2426326) or cash.
Personal or business checks will not be accepted. Any and all payments shall be made in
U.S. currency unless specifically provided herein. Deposits shall be made in certified funds
payable to the WILLIAM MORRIS ENDEAVOR ENTERTAINMENT, LLC.
B. PURCHASER shall make all payments to ARTIST in a secured, private area which cannot be
observed by anyone, either staff or audience.
C. ARTIST S guaranteed fee or the balance thereof will be paid to ARTIST or their
representative in cash or PREFERABLY a certified check at the venue, prior to ARTIST S
performance. When ARTIST S fee is based in whole or part on a percentage of box office
receipts, settlement and overage payment is due as soon as practicable after box office
closes, but no later than one half hour after ARTIST S last show hereunder. At that time,
promoter must provide to ARTIST the revenue/expense breakdown, hall contract,
ticket manifest, all unsold tickets, and all original receipts for expenses pertaining
to this agreement. Any expenses not validated with specific receipts will be
considered PURCHASER S personal responsibility and may not be included as
expenses. ARTIST shall be compensated for all seats for which there is not an
unsold ticket on hand, with the sole exclusion of complimentary tickets as
A. Tickets must be put on sale and advertising begun within one week of confirmation of the
B. Management and Agency will get weekly ticket counts to insure a successful show. If
preferred, you can e-mail the counts. PURCHASER agrees to allot no more than two percent
(2%) of total available seats as complimentary tickets. Press, radio, promotional personnel
are to be covered with this allotment. PURCHASER will provide ARTIST with an exact list of
complimentary distribution at settlement.
C. COMP TICKETS: PURCHASER will provide ARTIST with complimentary tickets per show
using the following formula: Number of comp tickets = 4% of venue capacity. Any unused
complimentary tickets may be placed on sale the day of performance after approval of
ARTIST or ARTIST MANAGEMENT. Arti st Comp Tickets should be located in the center of the
house at least 6 rows from the front. Part of the comp tickets may be located in the first
balcony center, within the first three rows.
D. TICKET BUYS: PURCHASER agrees to make twenty (20) tickets available in venues under
1,000 seats or forty (40) tickets available in venues over 1,000 seats to ARTIST'S record
company (ACONY RECORDS) for purchase and agrees to hol d said tickets until notified by
ARTIST'S REPRESENTATIVE or RECORD COMPANY to rel ease them. PURCHASER will be
notified not less than 48 hours prior to date of show as to whether the record company will
use the tickets. Record label contact for Ticket Buys is Lori Condon at 615-228-7708. In
certain markets, notably Nashville, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Seattle,
Chicago and Portland a purchase of up to 100 tickets could be needed.
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4. PUBLICITY AND ADVERTISING
A. PURCHASER shall use only those photographs and publicity materials provided by ARTIST'S
representative for advertising and publicizing this engagement.
B. All radio interviews and appearances must be cleared and scheduled in advance with
ARTIST'S MANAGEMENT OFFICE, 212-302-9790. Requests for print or television interviews
should go to the Publicity contact.
C. No interviews with ARTIST are to take place on the day of performance without
the prior consent of ARTIST MANAGER. No interviews or meet and greets should
be scheduled between artist s sound check and showtime.
D. As a special request we ask that you please forward clippings of previews and reviews to
ARTIST S MANAGEMENT OFFICE:
Marie Oldham Q Prime 729 7th Avenue, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10019
E. No banners or signs may be hung on stage, including sponsor banners.
F. You will be provided with posters. Please display a poster at venue in a secure area as soon
as received and use additional posters to promote the show.
A. ARTIST S and PURCHASER S obligations hereunder are subject to prevention or detention by
reason of sickness, inability to perform, accident, failure of means of transportation, acts of
God, riots, strikes, labor disputes, any act of public authority, or any cause similar or
dissimilar which is beyond ARTIST or PURCHASER S direct or absolute control. In the event
that ARTIST does not perform the engagement for any of the reasons set forth above, any
and all moneys paid to ARTIST shall be returned to PURCHASER. ARTIST shall not be
obligated at any other time period.
B. PURCHASER agrees that ARTIST shall have the right to cancel this engagement
without liability upon written or faxed notice to PURCHASER no later than thirty
(30) days prior to the date of performance in the event ARTIST is called upon to
render his/her services for a motion picture, television appearance, album
recording or any career advancing opportunity, including Opening Act slots for
major tours. ARTIST will make every attempt to reschedule any canceled date at
a time acceptable to both PURCHASER and ARTIST.
A. ARTIST or ARTIST'S licensee shall have the sole right to sell, advertise, promote and
distribute in and about the venue any and all merchandise bearing ARTIST'S name and/or
likeness, including but not limited to souvenir program books, pictures, recordings, items of
clothing and jewelry. All receipts derived from the sale of said merchandise belong solely to
B. PURCHASER shall provide one table for the sale of said merchandise.
C. PURCHASER will provide one person to help sell ARTIST'S merchandise who will be available
thirty (30) minutes prior to door s opening until ARTIST S load-out.
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7. DRESSING ROOM AND HOSPITALITY
A. PURCHASER agrees to furnish one clean dressing room with well-lit mirrors and private
bathroom facilities for ARTIST. PURCHASER agrees to be solely responsible for the security
of items in the dressing room and shall keep all unauthorized persons from entering said
area. Dressing room should have comfortable seating for 5-6 people and a standard
electrical outlet. Bathroom should be adequately supplied with soap, kleenex, hot and cold
water, toilet paper, paper towels, etc. Dressing room area should be appropriately heated or
NOTE: IN A FESTIVAL SETTING, PURCHASER AGREES TO PROVIDE A PRIVATE, SECURE
AREA BACKSTAGE FOR ARTIST T O TUNE AND PREPARE FOR THEIR PERFORMANCE. IF NO
PERMANENT AREA IS AVAILABLE, A SECURE, ROPED -OFF AREA WITH COVER AND
PROTECTION FROM THE ELEMENTS IS ACCEPTABLE IF ACCESS IS STRICTLY LIMITED TO
ARTIST AND ARTISTS' PERSONNEL.
B. PURCHASER agrees to provide for 3-4 people: fruit(seasonal organic fruit) ice, non-
carbonated room temperature bottled water, 2 bottles of Kombucha tea, 3 bottles of
Odwalla Mango Tango (or Naked Juice Mighty Mango), herbal tea and fruit juices
(particularly PINEAPPLE - one & two six packs Dole & Delmonte make small six
packs no sweeteners added), and napkins, paper cups, plates, and utensils as needed.
C. PURCHASER agrees to provide ARTIST with a hot meal for 2-4 people served
between sound check and the performance. If catering is not available,
PURCHASER will make several local take-out menus available to ARTIST to select
from and will place the order, purchase and pick up and deliver the meal. Check
with ARTIST or ARTIST ROAD MANAGER to veri fy time of and number of meals. ARTIST S
schedule is often tight and this may be the only opportunity they have to eat.
A. If PURCHASER is providing hotel rooms, please book one king NON-SMOKING
room and two NON-SMOKING double rooms at a clean, quality hotel or motel such
as a Holiday Inn or Ramada Inn with telephone and television in the room. If hotel
rooms are very small, a suite is preferred. A hotel located within 15 minutes or less of the
venue is preferred. Please guarantee the rooms for the late arrival. Private home
accommodations are not acceptable. A Bed and Breakfast hotel is acceptable as long as it
has a telephone in the room and private bathroom facilities. PURCHASER should fax
hotel information including name of hotel, street address, telephone and fax
numbers, directions and confirmation numbers at least a month prior to the
engagement. Reservations should be made in the name of GILLIAN WELCH.
B. For festivals, PURCHASER agrees to provide FOUR non-smoking hotel rooms for all
the nights of the performance, and, if there is an early afternoon performance
scheduled, for the night prior to the first performance.
C. If PURCHASER is not providing accommodations, ARTIST requests that PURCHASER
recommend a hotel based on the information in Paragraph 8A.
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9. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
Workshops involving ARTIST in festival situations may only be scheduled with at least one
month's prior approval by ARTIST S MANAGEMENT. Workshops cannot be advertised or
printed in the program without advance approval of ARTIST. ARTIST does not do any
workshops or performances before noon.
B. AUDIENCE CONTROL
1. Audience configuration should be stated on the face of the contract (i.e. seated or
2. PURCHASER shall not allow anyone (other than authorized personnel working on the
show) to enter the place of performance until such time as the technical set-up has been
completed without approval of ARTIST or ROAD MANAGER. ARTIST shal l complete said
set-up at least one hour prior to time of performance, provided that PURCHASER makes
place of performance available for said set-up at least four hours prior to the time of
performance. A minimum number of authorized personnel shall be present at the sound
3. PURCHASER will make a reasonable effort during the performance to maintain an orderly
4. Artist and/or Road Manager will record their performance. No other recording,
broadcasting, filming or taping of the performance is permitted. This includes personal
audio or video taping from the sound board. PURCHASER or emcee will make an
announcement from the stage 10 or 15 minutes prior to the performance to remind the
audience that audio or video taping is strictly prohibited.
C. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS IF ARTIST TRAVELS BY AIR
1. Whenever ARTIST travels by air, PURCHASER agrees to provide airfare for four (4)
people and ground transportation to and from airport, hotel and venue. ARTIST'S
REPRESENTATIVE will provide you with preferred flight information and arrival time.
2. Ground transportation should be large enough to accommodate four (4) people with
luggage, instruments and merchandise.
D. PARKING/GROUND TRANSPORTATION
PURCHASER shall provide a reserved parking place for ARTIST'S car near stage or stage door
entrance. PURCHASER agrees to provide transportation (runner) for ARTIST and crew from
load in to load out. If there is more than one stage, PURCHASER will transport ARTIST and
equipment between stages, their vehicle and/or their hotel, as needed.
PURCHASER is responsible for any and all entry visas (including entry and exit), working
papers, bonds, customs clearances, and requirements set forth in PURCHASER S jurisdiction
regarded under the heading of customs and immigration for the duration of the entire
engagement, including instruments, clothing and persons.
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10. PURCHASER ASSUMES LIABILITY
Except as otherwise herein specifically provided, Purchaser hereby assumes full liability and
responsibility for the payment of any and all cost, expenses, charges, claims, losses, liabilities, and
damages related to or based upon the presentation or production of the show or shows in which Artist is
to appear hereunder.
All forms of sponsorship, whether part of an ongoing series, or specifically for Artist s show, must be
authorized by Producer. This includes the designation of any radio station as a "presenter" or
"welcoming station" which must be approved by Artist's management well in advance of the date of the
12. FAILURE TO FULFILL OBLIGATIONS
Each one of the terms and conditions of this contract is of the essence of this agreement and necessary
for Artist s full performance hereunder. In the event Purchaser refuses or neglects to provide any of the
items herein stated, and/or fails to make any of the payments as provided herein, Artist shall have the
right to refuse to perform this contract, shall retain any amounts theretofore paid to Artist by Purchaser,
and Purchaser shall remain liable to Artist for the agreed price herein set forth. In addition, if, on or
before the date of any scheduled concert, Purchaser has failed, neglected, or refused to perform any
contract with any other performer for any earlier engagement, or if the financial standing or credit of
Purchaser has been impaired or is, in Artist s opinion, unsatisfactory, Artist shall have the right to
demand the payment of the guaranteed compensation forthwith. Artist shall have the right to cancel
this engagement by notices to purchaser to that effect and in such event Artist shall retain any amount
theretofore paid to Artist by Purchaser.
13. MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT
It is understood and agreed that the contract may not be changed, modified, or altered, except by an
instrument in writing, signed in accordance with the law of the State of Tennessee. This contract may
not be assigned, or changed, modified, or altered except by an instrument in writing signed by the
parties. Nothing in this agreement shall require the performance of any act contrary to the law or to the
rules or regulations of any union, guild, or similar body having jurisdiction over services of Artist or over
the performances hereunder.
Whenever there is any conflict between any provisions of this contract and any law, or any such rule or
regulation of any such union, guild or similar body, such law, rule or regulation shall prevail, and this
contract shall be modified to the extent necessary to eliminate such conflict. This is the sole and
complete agreement between the parties with respect to the engagement. Nothing in this contract shall
be construed to constitute the parties as a partnership or joint venture, and Artist shall not be liable in
whole or in part for any obligation that may be incurred by Purchaser in carrying out any of the
provisions hereof, or otherwise.
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A. Purchaser agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Artist and his employees, contractors and/or
agents from and against any claims, costs (including attorney s fees and court costs), expenses,
damages, liabilities, losses or judgments arising out of, or in connection with, any claim, demand
or action made by any third party, if such are sustained as a direct or indirect consequence of
Purchaser shall also indemnify and hold harmless Artist and his employees, contractors and/or
agents from and against any and all loss, damage and/or destruction occurring to its and/or its
employees , contractors , or agents instruments and equipment at the place of the Engagement,
including, but not limited to, damage, loss or destruction caused by Act of God.
15. TAXES AND LICENSES
Purchaser shall pay and hold Artist harmless of and from any and all taxes, fees, dues and the like
relating to the engagement hereunder and the sums payable to Artist shall be free of such taxes, fees,
dues and the like.
Purchaser shall be responsible for securing and maintaining at his/her sole cost and expense all
necessary licenses and clearances for performance including but not limited to ASCAP, BMI, City and
state permits, etc.
16. ANTICIPATORY BREACH
If on or before the date of any scheduled performance hereunder, the financial standing or credit of
Purchaser has been impaired or is unsatisfactory, Artist shall have the right to demand payment
forthwith of the guaranteed compensation specified above, and if Purchaser fails or refuses to make
such payment forthwith, Artist shall then have the right to cancel this agreement. In the event of such
cancellation, Artist shall have no further obligation to Purchaser hereunder, and shall retain any monies
theretofore paid to Artist by Purchaser.
Purchaser agrees to provide comprehensive general liability insurance (including, without limitation,
coverage to protect against any and all injury to persons or property as a consequence of the installation
and/or operation of the equipment and instruments provided by PARAMOUNT TOURING, INC and/or its
employees, contractors and agents). Such liability insurance shall be in the amount required by the
venue, but in no event shall have a limit of less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) combined
single limit for bodily injury and property damage. Such insurance shall be in full force and effect at all
times PARAMOUNT TOURING, INC or any of PARAMOUNT TOURING, INC s agents or independent
contractors are in place of performance. Artist and its agent for the Engagement, William Morris
Endeavor Entertainment, LLC shall be listed as additionally-named insured under such insurance and
this shall be indicated on the pertinent certificate of insurance. Purchaser also agrees to provide a policy
of Workman s Compensation covering all of Purchaser s employees or third-party contractors. Purchaser
further agrees to provide full all-risks insurance coverage for all equipment and instruments provided by
PARAMOUNT TOURING, INC and/or its employees, contractors and agents against fire, vandalizing,
theft, riot, or any other type of act or event causing harm or damage to, or loss of, the instruments and
equipment so provided. Certificates of insurance relating to the coverage listed above shall be furnished
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by Purchaser to PARAMOUNT TOURING, INC at least fourteen (14) days prior to the Engagement.
PARAMOUNT TOURING, INC's failure to request or review such insurance certificates shall not affect
PARAMOUNT TOURING, INC's rights or Purchaser s obligations hereunder. The Purchaser warrants that
he has complete and adequate public liability insurance. This certificate must be produced to the
PARAMOUNT TOURING, INC upon request.
18. TECHNICAL AND STAGING
A. SET LENGTH
PURCHASER agrees that ARTIST'S length of time on stage shall not be less than time
specified on face of contract, and that ARTIST is allowed sufficient time over and above the
length stated on contract for set up, tear down and encores.
ARTIST REQUIRES SOUNDCHECK TO BEGIN EXACTLY FOUR HOURS BEFORE
SHOWTIME. IF SHOWTIME IS 9 PM, THE DOWNBEAT OF SOUNDCHECK MUST BE
AT 5 PM.
B. STAGE REQUIREMENTS
1. PURCHASER shall provide a stage that is safe, appropriate in size to the venue and at
least 20 inches high. PURCHASER will also provide secure steps for the stage. If show is
outdoors, the entire stage should be covered by a top to protect the instruments and
electronics from the heat and adverse weather. ARTIST reserves the right not to perform
on an outdoor stage in inclement weather if conditions appear hazardous to ARTIST'S or
2. No banners may be hung on or behind the stage.
C. SOUND EQUIPMENT
FIRST AND FOREMOST - UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL THE FOLLOWING BRANDS OF
EQUIPMENT BE ACCEPTED FOR USE IN ANY CAPACITY WITHIN THE SOUND SYSTEM SIGNAL
CHAIN (ie SPEAKERS, EQ, EFFECTS, AUDIO MIXING CONSOLE, CROSSOVER, ETC ).
PEAVEY, ART, OR DOD.
PLEASE, DON T EVEN ASK AS THESE ARE NOT CONSIDERED ACCEPTABLE PROFESSIONAL
AUDIO GEAR FOR ARTIST S PRODUCTION.
PURCHASER agrees to pay for and provide a complete concert sound reinforcement system
provided by an EXPERIENCED SOUND CONTRACTOR, including both monitor and systems
engineer, to be approved by Artist s production manager and to include the following:
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1. A minimum 16 channel FOH mixing console with 4 band Parametric EQ and 6 effects
sends. Acceptable brands: Gamble, Midas, Soundcraft, Yamaha, Ramsa, Amek, Harrison,
or Crest Audio. No other brands are acceptable, unless approved by ARTIST's
production manager. The Front-of-House mix position should be as close to the center of
the venue seating area as possible and free and clear of any overhangs or balconies. A
mix position under a balcony is unacceptable unless approved in advance by ARTIST s
2. The sound system is to be set up in stereo with two (2) 1/3 octave equalizers (KT, Ashley
or BSS) with speaker arrays consisting of high quality 3, 4, or 5 way enclosures of proper
directivities and in sufficient quantities to cover the venue and produce 105 dB at mix
position. Unequalized frequency response of the system should be +/- 3dB from 40 to
In addition, small 2 or 3 way enclosures for front fill use are required as necessary in order to
provide sufficient coverage of the center section seats closest to the stage when main
speaker enclosures are flown in the air or distanced far left and right. These are to be setup
on a separate mono send controllable from the front of house mix position.
Also, in addition 2 or 3 way enclosures for balcony use required as necessary in order to
provide sufficient coverage of the balcony section of venue. These are to be setup on a
separate mono send controllable from the front-of-house mix position.
Acceptable brands of speaker enclosures and amplifiers are as follows:
EAW, Meyer, JBL, Bag End, Turbosound, Technomad, Macpherson, V-Dosc,
DAS, PAS, D&B and Adamson.
Crown, Crest, BGW, Brook Siren System (BSS), and Carver.
3. The system should include (2) two of the following signal processing devices: Yamaha
REV 5, SPX990, Lexicon PCM 70/90, or TC Electronics M1.
4. The system should include (1) one digital delay capable of specific delay times in
5. The system should include a high quality compact disc player.
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5. Monitor system shall be set up with four (4) independent mixes, each with a high quality
1/3 octave equalizer inserted into the output, and a POST equalization cue system for the
6. Speakers should consist of a minimum of four (4) high quality bi-amped wedges; each
containing at least one 12" low frequency device and a 1 or 2 horn.
7. Five (5) microphones and cords, consisting of two (2) Shure SM-58's and three (3) Shure
SM-57's. Also, 3 tall boom mic stands, and 2 short boom mic stands, all in good working
Additionally, PURCHASER will provide one qualified sound technician who shall be
available from sound check through all performances of this engagement. Sound
technician should be familiar with the equipment and should be on site at least one hour
prior to ARTIST'S load-in time to make sure the system is in good working order prior to
If ARTIST is appearing as a part of a songwriter or other type of package, PURCHASER
should provide additional equipment as needed for other participants, separate from artist s
PURCHASER shall provide a rug approx. 5 x 8 or carpet, one small table approx. 2 x 2 waist
height and one pitcher of water with two cups on-stage (or two bottles of room temperature
non-carbonated water) prior to performance
If any of the aforementioned equipment is not available, the production manager must be notified
immediately and prior to the day of the event.
1. A professional quality lighting system for any indoor performance and/or any outdoor
performance when performance will take place near or after sunset.
2. Lighting should be a minimum of a general stage wash covering the entire area
designated on the stage diagram.
3. Lighting that dramatically increases the temperature on stage will affect instrument
tuning. Lighting technician should be available to test and adjust lighting levels
during sound check.
All sound equipment, lighting equipment, necessary rigging, and electrical service shall be
provided by the BUYER at no cost to the ARTIST.
All sound and lighting equipment should be loaded in and set up prior to the arrival of
the ARTIST to facilitate a more expedient set-up and sound check.
Please route all microphone, AC, monitor and other cables around perimeter of stage keeping
center stage totally clear.
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This rider has been prepared to enable ARTIST to give the best possible performance. In order to
accomplish this, it is necessary that the points of this rider be met. If there is any reason why you, the
PURCHASER, deem it necessary to make any changes in these basic requirements, please call and
inform the ARTISTS' authorized agent. If there are any changes in this rider, they must be approved in
advance by ARTIST'S MANAGER.
PLEASE KEEP ONE COPY OF THIS RIDER FOR REFERENCE IN PLANNING YOUR SHOW. SIGN
AND RETURN TWO COPIES WITH THE SIGNED CONTRACT.
19. PARAGRAPH HEADINGS
Paragraph headings are inserted in this Rider for convenience only and are not to be used in interpreting
AGREED TO AND ACCEPTED: ACCEPTED AND AGREED:
PURCHASER PARAMOUNT TOURING, INC
f/s/o GILLIAN WELCH
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Gillian Welch & David Rawlings
DUO STAGE PLOT
Table (waist high & approx. 2 ft. sq. on top)
David o Tall Stand Gillian o Tall Stand
Vocal Mic Vocal Mic
o Tall Stand-Guitar Mic Short Stand Short Stand
Banjo Mic Guitar Mic
Monitor Monitor Monitor Monitor
Center Stage Front
A Rug (approx. 5 x 8 ) should cover the entire stage plot area
4 Monitors preferred/minimum of 2 There should be 4 to 5 feet between
5 Boom stands: 3 Tall, 2 Short G&D s vocal mics, no matter how big the stage
2 vocal mics (SM 58s or equivalent) is. (if you want an exact measurement 4 ft, 6 in)
3 instrument mics (SM 57s or equivalent)
No DI s