The foundation of the All-star Audio was first made in the basement of Mike’s house in Nashville Tennessee in 1984, with the help of a little capital and friends. He has provided honest and cheap services, of sound equipment to customers satisfying their need, and using them to make his company grow bigger. Every year his revenue increased and finally, he has reached an income of 7 figures.
All-star is one of the most diverse production inventories within Nashville area with Stages, Large Concert Sound Systems, Concert Lighting, Video Department and Production Generators, supervised by a top staff of engineers and event managers to give a good experience.
Over the course of six years of serving as a mix engineer and system tech on tours with various bands, Borne also formed valuable professional relationships, including one with Jack D. Johnson, manager of country stars Charlie Pride and Ronnie Milsap.
Over the years, Borne’s approach has proved very popular; so much so, he counts repeat customers as fully 90 percent of his business. Supplying systems for touring artists, or events like the “Memphis Beale Street Festival,” or fulfilling production riders for the campaigns of political candidates and sitting presidents as far back as Ronald Reagan, in every case the people representing Allstar Audio are as important as the quality of the gear.