Tag: Brooklyn Bowl

HeadCount’s 10th Birthday Bash

On June 4, 2014, about 800 supporters, benefactors, volunteers, and lovers of great live music celebrated HeadCount’s tenth anniversary with a benefit at the Brooklyn Bowl.

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Umphrey’s + Brooklyn Bowl = Home

Umphrey’s four night run at Brooklyn Bowl reminded one HeadCount volunteer what it means to feel part of a music community.

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The Radiators to Play HeadCount Benefit

The Radiators will be playing a special benefit concert for HeadCount on Wed. June 1 at the Brooklyn Bowl

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Bisco Power Mission Lights Up Brooklyn Bowl

It had already been quite a week for the Disco Biscuits by the time the band reached Brooklyn Bowl Sunday night for the first Bisco Power Mission benefit. On Tuesday the band released its fifth studio album, Planet Anthem, and played a show in Philadelphia. On Thursday, guitarist Jon Gutwillig injured his hand after a…

Brooklyn Bowl Takes The LEED In Sustainable Entertainment

Three thousand fifty-eight buildings of all shapes, sizes, designs, and purposes have have met the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for environmentally sustainable construction since 1994. But the country’s first live music venue – and bowling alley! – got the nod earlier this month when Brooklyn Bowl was LEED certified by the…

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Interview: Brooklyn Bowl’s Peter Shapiro

Peter Shapiro has been a linchpin of the East Coast live-music scene since 1996, when he purchased Manhattan’s Wetlands Preserve from Larry Bloch. He began producing the Jammy Awards in 2000 and in May led a group of investors in relaunching Relix magazine. During the past few years he produced the films U2 3D, Wetlands…