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Stacey LaBarbera joins Crossfade Design

PLSN Staff • NewsroomOn the Move • February 5, 2020

DALLAS – Stacey LaBarbera is no stranger to the entertainment industry. Stacey’s experience stretches back to  the 1980’s. He helped build some of the original Wybron color changers, first used on Prince’s Purple Rain Tour. Stacey worked on many different types of tours in the 80’s with Syncrolites.

More details from Crossfade Design (www.crossfadedesign.com):

In 1990, Stacey joined the team at Dallas Backup (now Onstage Systems) to serve as the Lighting Designer for George Strait. Stacey has been with George Strait for 31 years now and still counting. He has experience with a variety of design sizes from your smallest ballroom in a hotel to arenas and even stadiums.

Stacey has moved to Crossfade Design where he can better utilize his expertise and design capabilities with a company that is striving for growth and success. Stacey has an impeccable reputation with vendors across the board making him a true asset to Crossfade’s team.

Crossfade Design is a joining of experienced industry professionals who offer a unique combination of creative and design ability with the opportunity to supply turn-key services. This combination allows for a one-stop solution from concept to completion.

For more information, contact:

Crossfade Design, LLC

Michael Nevitt

209 Quality Avenue, Suite 6

New Albany, IN 47150

800-217-1350

info@crossfadedesign.com

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