The creatives at Moo TV won their fourth Parnelli Award for Video Company of the Year over the weekend, for their work over the past year with client Garth Brooks (and reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year) on his stadium tour. Brooks surprised the attendees with an appearance during the 19th annual gala, which took place during NAMM in Anaheim, California. Bandit Lites’ Michael Strickland, who has partnered with Moo TV on numerous tours, earned the Parnelli Visionary Award.
“Garth has been with us for many years, and that he continues to partner with Moo TV says a lot about our work and his relationship with us,” says Executive VP and GM Jason Rittenberry. “He’s meticulous and deeply involved with everything to do with his tours, especially video. He holds everyone to a high standard, but that just makes him that much better to work for.”
In 1993, Scott Scovill founded the Nashville-based company, which offers live video-production for concerts, tours, and other events. The company is a nine-time Pollstar Video Company of the Year winner.
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