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Mark Workman has been a successful lighting designer and tour manager in the music business since 1983. His list of past and present clients includes Anthrax, Megadeth, Slayer, Testament, Machine Head, Danzig, Devildriver, Mudvayne, Dio, Queens of the Stone Age, Soulfly, Sepultura, Keel, Steeler and many others. As a lighting designer, Mark Workman has designed high-impact lighting performances for many music tours, including the infamous Clash of the Titans (Slayer, Megadeth, Anthrax, Testament, Alice In Chains, & Suicidal Tendencies) in 1990/1991 and American Carnage 2010 (Slayer, Megadeth, Anthrax & Testament), as well as for many music videos and live DVDs such as Machine Head’s Elegies DVD filmed at Brixton Academy in London and Megadeth’s Rust In Peace Live DVD shot at the Hollywood Palladium. Mark Workman is also a boxing writer whose feature articles have appeared on BoxingScene and FoxSports. Chuck Billy, Testament "A witty and inspiring power punch." Pittsburgh Music Magazine 10/21/2013 "Mark Workman lays out such a comprehensive strategy to becoming a working tour manager that if one has the will, Workman provides the way. Add to that Workman's writing style that is very smooth, humorous at times, and easy to understand, and you have one hell of a how to guide. It would not be surprising to see Berklee School of Music or The Musicians Institute making this book, or eventually the series, part of their curriculum...it's that good. If you want to get into the music business, are in the music business already, or are like me, and just fascinated with the music business, you will find this to be a treasured find."

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Insightful, funny and a must have for anyone interested in the Touring industry 6. Januar 2013
Von Nico - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book really does cover everything you need to know and the straight up and accessible manner in which it’s written actually makes for really enjoyable learning. Unlike most ‘text books’ that send you to sleep this one in chock full of funny anecdotes and lessons learned that keep you turning the pages. One can only imagine how many more stories Mr Workman has!
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Part Music Tour Management Primer, Part Bildungsroman: Informative & Inspiring with Foreword by Guitar Virtuoso Alex Skolnick 9. Januar 2013
Von BirchFairy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As a former music industry worker and longtime devotee to heavy music, "One For The Road: How to Be a Music Tour Manager," by Mark Workman, resonated deeply with me. In this book, Workman, a highly successful lighting designer and music tour manager for legendary Thrash Metal bands like Testament, Slayer, Megadeth, and Exodus, shares his wisdom as a music industry professional, educator, and storyteller. His writing is shrewd, gritty, ingenuous, and insightful. Without doubt, these qualities, in part, have fueled a remarkable and enduring career in an industry where few have staying power, let alone eminent status. This wonderful book is recommended for anyone interested in the business of music tour management, concert production, and the siren call of Heavy Metal music and life on the road.
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A Great Read For Fans Of Metal Music 16. Januar 2013
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This book is well written, informative and very entertaining. I have been a fan of Metal Music since a friend made me a Metallica compilation tape in 1989 and have been hooked ever since.

While I personally have no desire to be a road manager, I was drawn to this book as a music fan because of my curiosity about how a tour works and was interested in the raw, gritty, honest insider's view that the author's 30+ years of experience provides. Mr. Workman delivered!! He details every conceivable aspect of a tour and delivers the message in terms totally understandable to an outsider like me.

I now have a complete understanding of how much goes in to preparing for a tour, how a tour runs and just how critical the role of a tour manager is. The anecdotes Mr. Workman provides had me laughing out loud, but ultimately the lesson is clear in each one.

I highly recommend this book to any music fan who is simply interested in life on the road. I have not been able to find anything other book that details a side of the music business that one rarely has an opportunity to see.

More importantly, if you interested in a career on the road, this book should be required reading!!
A nice book that could use a revised version (v2.0) 21. März 2014
Von Kalle Kirjalainen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A rather nice book that will give some insight to what it is like to work as a tour manager. The writing could use some polishing, now there were many things that were repeated (with exactly the same words) in different parts of the books. Maybe some more real life examples could've made it a more interested read.
good the bad and the ugly. why we do this!! 10. März 2014
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This is a true Testament of what people in this business go through. It's a great starter book for who ever what's to try the tour business. Even better as refresher and make a few things better. Just a great read and very well done. Can't wait to tour again to try some new stuff out. Thank you mark!!!
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