Brent Barrett returns to Bandit Lites
29 October 2003
USA - Brent Barrett has returned to Bandit Lites after a 22-year absence. Barrett originally started with Bandit in 1977 and toured with Conway Twitty. He continued working with the company until 1984, when he was retained by the group Alabama as lighting designer. He went on to become production manager for the group, and toured with them from 1981 until 2003.
Michael Strickland, Bandit Lites CEO, said: "Brent brings Bandit Lites a wealth of knowledge and many industry connections. I could not be more pleased to have him back home." Barrett is also pleased to be back at Bandit, commenting: "I am delighted that Michael has given me this opportunity, it feels great to be back."
Barrett's new role will be that of business development officer, working from the Bandit Lites Nashville office.
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