The Bright Star Alliance

I just had to blog this before I crash. I am still buzzing from mixing The Bright Star Alliance at The Corner Hotel earlier today. It was also really good to see The Red Shore boys again too. It's been a while since the last tour.

TBSA's gigs are getting bigger and they are playing in better venues with way better PA systems and gear these days. Today was one of the best times mixing the boys. It was the most ideal set up. Sean did monitors from side stage while I did FOH. It was awesome! The gear at The Corner is just amazing. The FOH EQ was flat! I definitely had heaps of fun. The last two weeks have been such a ride!

First the Manningham Festival in Doncaster last Sunday where I mixed TBSA, then mixing an orchestra, a choir and 500 over students in a mass singing performance, to The Corner. It's been a great two weeks! One of the best two weeks in my mixing career! I feel like a king today!

Oh, of course, to top it off, there was Ed's buck's night. Now, it's time to crash.


Broken Scar's album, Midnight In St. Kilda is available on

3 Responses to “The Bright Star Alliance”

  1. # Anonymous Anonymous

    Well, you sound crazy tired but like you had a great time. Others are seeking a way to do what you are doing.

    RC will provide others a step up into the biz. Focused on the connections inside the industry, then matchmaking you with the career you want in the style of music you want.  

  2. # Blogger Broken Scar

    Wow, thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment. Just wondering how you found my blog?  

  3. # Anonymous Kamy

    Hey Kev, just to let you know that I've uploaded the video I told you about. Thank you so much for letting me use your music for it.

    The youtube link is here:

    It's also featured in another blog, here:

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