A Conversation Between Michael Dorf and Peter Shapiro

Interested in gaining valuable insight about the concert business from two of its leading national promoters?

Peter Shapiro owns The Brooklyn Bowl, The Capitol Theatre in Portchester, NY, and Relix Magazine. He is Chairman of Head Count, the non-profit organization that works with musicians to promote participation in democracy, with a focus on registering voters at live music events

Michael Dorf owns the City Winery. His new book, Indulge Your Senses: Scaling Intimacy in a Digital World shares tales of three decades of entrepreneurial business experience.

I’m betting they have very interesting backstage stories to share 😉

Event

A Conversation Between Michael Dorf and Peter Shapiro
October 30, 2019 at 6:30 PM EDT
ROOM C95, 238 Thompson St, New York, NY 10012

Tickets are free while they last. Register via the link below.

Source: Michael Dorf and Peter Shapiro | MichaelDorfPresents

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Rock the Kasbah – Bill Murray

I am excited that the new Bill Murray film, Rock the Kasbah, will release to movie theatres on October 23rd. My interest has built since I first saw the trailer. According to Bill Murray he modeled his role on two legendary concert promoters, Ron Delsener and the late Bill Graham.

I met Ron Delsener at the last King Crimson concert, July 1, 1974 at the Schaeffer Music Festival in Central Park. He was very personable with me that day. I still have his business card he gave me as we discussed the possibility of a future interview (never materialized, unfortunately).

I have noticed that the movie hasn’t been getting great reviews but I don’t base my movie choice primarily on what the movie critics report.

Here’s the trailer: