Alan Hart began his entertainment endeavors in beautiful Boise, Idaho as the soundman for Passage.
After touring the United States, he landed in Denver, Colorado and began his own audio company, thus the birth of Audio Denver.
In conjunction with running his own company, Alan landed the position of sound engineer for the Rainbow Music Hall where he began and continues to develop his relationships with the major players of the music scene.
In 1987, Alan began touring with Rita Coolidge, which took him to several different countries and countless statewide venues. While initially providing his sound engineer expertise he has grown to be the Tour Manager for these excursions.
Alan has worked with the best of the best including, The Denver Broncos, The Denver Nuggets, The Colorado Avalanche, ShoCorp Int'l, Dr. John, Clear Channel, House of Blues, Fey Concerts, Ascent Sports, along with thousands of entertainers, hundreds of organizations and several politicians. Alan has been instrumental in the success of tours including but not limited to Dr John, The Gipsy Kings, Lonestar, Rita Coolidge, and numerous others. His corporate clients list is sure to impress with names such as, Qwest, Texaco, Albertson's, YMCA, Boise State University, Yamaha, and JD Edwards to name a few.
What once was a small one-man company Audio Denver has grown into a corporate entourage. Thus, in 2000, Audio Denver became Production Services International. With the continued success of PSI, in 2003 an additional office was opened in Boise, Idaho, which has proven to be an overnight success. In early 2004 the company again expanded with adding the Meetings and Destination management division.
In addition to being the President and CEO of an international company providing sound reinforcement, stage lighting, backline, video, entertainment booking, touring, corporate events, concerts, sales and rentals; Alan also produces, promotes, and directs international events.