Peter Shapiro

Today’s guest is the one and only music entrepreneur Peter Shapiro - a visionary of many talents, you may know him as the owner and operator of the Brooklyn Bowl venues, the legendary Capitol Theatre, and the Wetlands Preserve in its day. In 2015, he produced Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead, at Levi’s Stadium in California and Chicago’s Soldier Field. Most recently, he's published a book examining his personal journey titled The Music Never Stops: What putting on 10,000 shows Has Taught Me About Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Magic. Peter is a Deadhead and music fan through and through, and we are so grateful for the work he’s done honoring the legacy of the Dead.


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