Knitting Factory Co-Founder Bob Appel Will Speak at Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Aug. 5, 2014
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In conjunction with the closing stretch of its Jews Who Rock exhibit, which runs through Aug. 10, the Jewish Museum Milwaukee will host a talk with music executive Bob Appel on Thursday, Aug. 7 at 7 p.m. A Milwaukee native, Bob Appel is the co-founder of The Knitting Factory, the famed New York club that's long served as a home for experimental jazz and rock music

While touching on the state of media in the digital age, he'll discuss his career in music, from his beginnings as a member of the Madison rock band Swamp Thing to his days in A&R for Windham Hill and Six Degrees Records and his current gig as chief operating officer for Tickets are free for Jewish Museum Milwaukee members, or $5 for non-members.


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