You’ve mixed sound for some legendary acts throughout your storied career. Does any one artist stand out?
In 1973, upon returning from touring with Lynyrd Skynyrd and ZZ Top, Showco informed me I would be going out with David Bowie. I was a bit nervous. A couple of weeks later, I was introduced to David in his dressing room. He was so kind and sincere. From that moment I began a journey with one of the friendliest, most caring, abundantly and uniquely talented artists I would ever work with. It was a privilege and an honor that shaped my career forever.