Pooch, Tater, and Jerry Harvey talk shop

Tune in and listen to Jerry Harvey guest star on Wrong End Of The Snake

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October 19, 2020

Jerry Harvey is an innovator, monitor engineer, and entrepreneur.   His In Ear monitors took over the industry starting with Ultimate Ears and for the last ten years, JH Audio.  As a monitor mixer he has mixed legendary bands Van Halen, Kiss, Motley Crue, David Lee Roth, KD Lang, Morissey, The Cult, and Linkin Park.

Tune in and listen as he talks shop with Font of House Live Sound Engineer Ken “Pooch” Van Druten, and Monitor Live Sound Engineer Kevin “Tater” McCarthy, as they team up to host a webinar exploring the sometimes irrational, always spirited relationships between the music industry tribe.

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