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Las Vegas Production Community Mourns Loss of Roddy Pahl

by FOH Staff • in
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• Created: March 19, 2008

LAS VEGAS – On Friday March 14, the Las Vegas live audio community lost one of its rising stars when Roddy Pahl died in his sleep at home. Roddy is known to countless acts and production pros for his work as the regular audio engineer at the Fremont St. Experience, and just over a year ago he took the reigns as head of audio at the MGM Grand where he oversaw audio on large events including the ACM Awards and many large corporate gigs including the recent Keep Memory Alive Power of Love charity benefit featuring Michael Buble—the first show in the MGM’s new convention and conference venue. Roddy was also a regular contributor to FOH writing product reviews.

Roddy was, at the time of his death, the sole support for his wife and four children as well as two sets of parents living in his home. Plans are underway for a benefit to help support the family. A celebration of his life will take place at the MGM Grand at noon.

For Big Daddy's remembrance of Roddy, click here.  

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