Johnson, Heather
January 2007
Mix;Jan2007, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p70
The article describes the popularity of the Chicago rock band 'OK GO' and the role of multitasking monitor engineer Mike Kent. The band achieved fame with the music video "Here it goes again," and played to full houses at San Francisco's Great American Music Hall in November. The band members comprising Damian Kulash, Andy Ross, Tim Norwind and Dan Konopka are enjoying successful tours. The experience of the engineer Mike Kent with the band and on the tour.


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