A living legend, a founding father of alternative rock, and a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame -- former Velvet Underground frontman and acclaimed solo performer Lou Reed will appear in conversation at the Carpenter Center. Reed's groundbreaking '60s/'70s output with the VU ("Sunday Morning," "Heroin," "Sweet Jane") and subsequent solo material ("Perfect Day," "Walk on the Wild Side") has long bridged the gap between critical acclaim and widespread popularity -- a rarity in rock 'n' roll. His most recent record, Lulu
, is a genre-busting collaboration with heavy metal band Metallica. For this appearance, he'll be joined in conversation by noted record producer Bob Ezrin, who has collaborated with everyone from KISS and Alice Cooper to Rod Stewart, Nine Inch Nails and Reed himself, for the 1973 album, Berlin
. This marks a rare opportunity to see two highly influential titans of rock discuss their lives, careers and craft.
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