TPi Awards

MuseWiki, wiki for the band Muse
Jump to: navigation, search
TPiALogo.JPG

TPi Awards (Total Production International), first held in 2002, is a set of awards for live music production.[1]

2014

Voting Opening on 1st October - more info here: http://www.muselive.com/forums.php?m=posts&q=54672

Tour Manager of the Year

Glen Rowe Won Tour Manager of the Year! - https://twitter.com/glenrowe/status/433000652848246786

Favourite Video Services Company

XL Video won the award, a company who have supplied video services to many Muse tours - https://twitter.com/xlvideo/status/433008305242660864

Favourite Set Construction Company

Brilliant Stages won the award

2013

go to this thread for more info: http://www.muselive.com/forums.php?m=posts&p=2320387


2012

The 2012 nominees were selected by popular vote, with voting ending on the 2nd of December.[2] The presentations were held inside Novotel London West on the 13th of February.[1]

Front-of-House Engineer of the Year

Marc Carolan was nominated,[3] but did not win.[4] Also nominated were Gary Bradshaw, Shan Hira, Matt Kettle, Richard Nicholson, and Sean Sullivan.[3]

Lighting Designer of the Year

Oli Metcalfe won the award! [5] Also nominated were Vince Foster, Andy Hurst, Paul Normandale, Ian Tomlinson, and Ian Turner.[3]

Live Production of the Year

Muse's production for Reading & Leeds Festivals was nominated. Also nominated were Rihanna's Loud Tour, Roger Waters's The Wall, Take That's Progress Tour, and The Script at the Aviva Stadium.[3]

Monitor Engineer of the Year

Adam Taylor won.[5][4] Also nominated were Graham Blake, Joe Campbell, Tristan Farrow, Neil Heal, and Jac Nott.[3]

Production Manager of the Year

Steve Iredale won.[5][4] Also nominated were Bob O’Brien, Chip Calder, Andy Cotton, Wob Roberts, and Chris Vaughan.[3]

Stage Manager of the Year

Paul English was nominated. Also nominated were Gary Currier, Mike Groves, Josh Rosen, Richard ‘Wez’ Wearing, and Chalki White.[3]

Tour Manager of the Year

Dominic Anderson won.[4][5][6] Also nominated were Steve Chapman, Andy Franks, Richard Jones, Ian Quinn, and Steev Toth.[3]


2011

Front-of-House Engineer of the Year

Marc Carolan won the award in 2011


References

  1. a b About the TPi Awards (201?). TPi Awards website. Retrieved 2012-02-17 from tpiawards.com.
  2. TPi Awards. (2011-12-02). Voting ends today at 12pm .... Twitter. Retrieved 2012-02-17 from twitter.com.
  3. a b c d e f g h The Nominations (2011). TPi Awards website. Retrieved 2012-02-17 from tpiawards.com.
  4. a b c d Marc Carolan & Xaverri. (2012-02-13). [Tweet announcing Muse crew winners]. ImageShack. Retrieved 2012-02-17 from img594.imageshack.us.
  5. a b c d Marc Carolan & Sherbet_Dip. (2012-02-13). Award winner confirmation... Twitter. Retrieved 2012-02-17 from img99.imageshack.us.
  6. Thanks to all that voted! ... (2012-02-13). Twitter. Retrieved 2012-02-17 from twitter.com.

See also