Eskow, Gary
August 2005
Millimeter;Aug2005, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p13
Trade Publication
Reports on producer Mark Burnett's television program "Rockstar: INXS," which features a collection of 15 rock singers competing for an opportunity to replace Michael Hutchence, as lead singer for the rock group. Requirement of the show for a strong musical director to put the various elements together; Search for an authentic musician who could assemble a talented band, run and record efficient rehearsals for more than a dozen singers, and execute live performances on national television flawlessly; Tracking of all rehearsals and performances by a Nuendo software to keep pace with the show's editorial deadlines.


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