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Jill Scott Sings Duet With Creative Stage Lighting

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Jill Scott on tour with support from Creative Stage Lighting.NORTH CREEK, NJ--Creative Stage Lighting supplied lighting equipment and crew for Jill Scott's "The Real Thing" tour.

The three-time Grammy award-winning artist released her third album The Real Thing: Words and Sounds Vol. 3 in 2007. The album debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200.

Creative Stage Lighting supplied equipment including an Entertainment Power Systems moving light power distribution rack, Martin Mac 2000 Profile II "E"s, Mac 700 Profile EB and Stagebar 54s, Vari-Lite VL3500 Washes, James Thomas Truss, Tomcat Swing Wing Truss, Reel EFX DF-50, Columbus McKinnon Hoists, ETC Source 4s, Rose Brand curtains, a Clear-Com communications system, and an Avolites Diamond 4 Vision lighting console with a Diamond 4 Pilot.

Lighting design was by Martin Thomas. Crew from Creative Stage Lighting includes Wayne Bukovinsky as crew chief and Dylan Haines as lighting technician.

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