LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) – Bob Lefsetz and Jason Flom have joined forces for what is sure to be a one of a kind live show that is set to hit the road for a limited run of dates this upcoming October.
Lefsetz, who is known across the music industry for his regularly published “Lefsetz Letter,” which is always packed with colourful and often illuminating music biz commentary, as well as his podcast “The Lefsetz Podcast,” has described the show as a an opportunity to “get up close and personal with personalities who refuse to hold back and will speak the truth about not only the music business, but politics and law.”
Flom, who is the Founder and CEO of Lava Records, Lava Music Publishing, and Lava Media, LLC., and previously served as Chairman and CEO at Atlantic Records, Virgin Records, and Capitol Music Group, is personally responsible for launching acts such as Katy Perry, Kid Rock, Lorde, and Greta Van Fleet. He is also a leading philanthropist and expert on criminal justice issues, is the founding board member of the Innocence Project, and serves on the boards of numerous criminal justice reform organizations. His podcast, “Wrongful Conviction,” now in its sixth season, features interviews with men and women who have spent decades in prison for crimes they did not commit.
“Marc Geiger is the majordomo agent. And he and his team have booked this experiment to see if you want to come, DO YOU?” Lefsetz wrote. “Prices are low. Buildings are small. I guess you get to decide.”
So, if you wanna see these two debate the issues that matter in today’s music business, and are up for a “no holds barred conversation where names are named and foibles and successes are illuminated,” you’re probably going to want to check out this show.
Saturday, October 13 – Boston – Tsai Center at Boston University. Tickets HERE.
Sunday, October 14 – Toronto-Phoenix Concert Theatre. Tickets HERE.
Tuesday, October 16 – Brooklyn- Rough Trade. Tickets HERE.
Thursday, October 18 – New York – The Loft at City Winery. Tickets HERE.
Monday, October 29 – Los Angeles – The Regent. Tickets HERE.
Tuesday, October 30 – San Francisco – Great American Music Hall. Tickets HERE.