Tana Douglas Son: Tana Douglas is known in the music industry as the first woman roadie in rock’n’roll. She began her journey in Australia in 1973 within one year and worked for AC/DC and then for F.O.H. Sound for the band at the time. She then switched to Lighting for a Major Australian promoter and completed several rounds with international events in fast succession, including Santana, Suzi Quatro, Neil Diamond, David Essex and Leo Sayer.
She went to London for a four-year trip after her father had signed her passport so that she could fly with Status Quo.
Then she took TASCO to a major manufacturing company in London, which had provided Sound only for tours up until then. A long-term link was built in that area, including: Status Quo, WHO, Ozzy Osbourne, Whitesnake, The Police, Elton John, Iggy Pop and Johnny Halliday.