Cosmo Wilson is a Rockstar of Rock Lighting

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Over the last 35 years, Charles “Cosmo” Wilson has worked with AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Aerosmith, Foreigner, Rod Stewart and The Rolling Stones just to name a few! He’s one of the best rock lighting directors in the world and has no plans on slowing down. Now in his 60’s, Wilson says he still loves being on the road and the opportunity to bring the biggest concerts in the world to life!

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