Lou Reed (Velvet Underground) In Conversation With Bob Ezrin
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The last date listed for Lou Reed and Bob Ezrin was Friday January 27, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Rada K.
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“Conversation with Lou Reed and Bob Ezrin” was truly a terrible experience. Not only was the moderator, Mr. Ezrin, unprepared and unstructured, he was rude. Instead of the conversation about Lou Reed’s life, music, career, and experiences, Ezrin prompted the conversation towards the upcoming election, Occupy Wall Street, and irrelevant information about ear buds (and not even to connect to how ear buds can enhance a music experience!) We understand that Mr. Reed has a very particular style and message, but when some people in the audience asked him to talk about music, he insulted them using profanity and told them that if they didn’t like what he and Ezrin were ranting about, they “could get out” of the auditorium. People began trickling out, and when we could no longer tolerate their discussion, we were forced to leave early as well.
The customer service representatives said that many people had complained about the Lou Reed/Bob Ezrin debacle and that Reed and Ezrin had disregarded their contract agreement with the Carpenter Center in discussing those offensive and controversial themes.
Very sad that they Reed and Ezrin were so abrasive and unappreciative of fans who held so much respect for them prior to this event.