Horgan, Candace
June 2002
Mix;Jun2002, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p144
Profiles Mark Horton, sound engineer of the Ireland-based band The Chieftains. Career background; Requirements of the band during tours and performances; Types of sound equipment used by Horton and the band.


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