Eric Hillman, 37, is a roadie and guitar technician for multiple rock bands that travel across the world.
His responsibilities include running a “bass rig” for P-Nut, the bass player of the band 311, managing the guitar for the band’s lead singer/guitarist Nick Hexum and managing sounds from the side of the stage.
He let CNBC Make It have a look inside his life on the road, which made a stop in Philadelphia — one of more than 20 stops on the summer tour.
During our day at The Met in Philadelphia, we had an all-access pass before the rock band 311 hit the stage. Hillman does everything from unloading crates to tuning the guitars and making sure each guitar effect is plugged in and working correctly. He’s also responsible for some of the band’s social media, posting pictures and videos of the band while on tour and in their studio.