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Friday, September 19, 8 pm, tickets from $34
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Get to know the multi-faceted Lenny Kravitz and be the first to hear tracks from his new album when he joins Anthony DeCurtis in conversation at 92Y on Friday, September 19 at 8 pm. Regarded as one of the preeminent rock musicians of our time, Lenny Kravitz has transcended genre, style, race and class into a 25-year musical career, one which revels in the rich influences of ’60s and ’70s soul, rock and funk. Strut, his tenth studio album, comes out on September 23.
As a musician Kravitz is a writer/producer/multi-instrumentalist and singer who has sold more than 38 million albums worldwide, and whose four consecutive Grammy® wins for “Best Male Rock Vocal Performance” set the record for wins in that category. As an actor he’s appeared in such blockbuster films as The Hunger Games, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Lee Daniels’ The Butler. Kravitz is also a style icon and one of the sexiest faces in rock and roll; the new Rizzoli book Lenny Kravitz – out on September 16 – is a visual celebration of this magnetic star with photos from such top photographers as Mark Seliger, Patrick Demarchelier, Ellen von Unwerth, Anton Corbijn and Jean Baptiste Mondino,
Following the talk, Kravitz will sign copies of the book, which will be available for sale.
Anthony DeCurtis is a contributing editor for Rolling Stone and a distinguished lecturer in the writing program at the University of Pennsylvania. He co-wrote Clive Davis’s autobiography, The Soundtrack of My Life, which was a New York Times bestseller. He is a Grammy Award winner, and he is currently writing a biography of Lou Reed.
Tuesday, September 23, 8:30 pm, tickets from $40
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“JUST GOOGLE IT”—has become an iconic expression.
Join Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg in conversation with “The Colbert Report”’s Stephen Colbert as they discuss their new book How Google Works—an insider’s look at Google’s unique culture, values and strategies. Find out how Google has changed the way we work and redefined what it takes to be successful in today’s business environment.
Eric Schmidt served as Google’s CEO from 2001 to 2011. During that time he shepherded the company’s growth from a Silicon Valley start-up to a global technology leader that today has over $55 billion in annual revenues and offices in more than 40 countries. Eric is now Google’s executive chairman.
Jonathan Rosenberg joined Google in 2002 and managed the design and development of the company’s consumer, advertiser and partner products, including Search, Ads, Gmail, Android, Apps and Chrome. He is currently an advisor to Google CEO Larry Page.
Stephen Colbert is best known as the host, writer and executive producer of the long-running Emmy and Peabody Award-winning series “The Colbert Report” on Comedy Central. To date, the program has won five Emmy awards, one for “Outstanding Variety Series” and four for “Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series” and has received a total of 34 nominations. It was recently announced that Colbert will succeed David Letterman on CBS as the host of the “Late Show” beginning in 2015. Colbert has written multiple New York Times Bestsellers, I AM AMERICA (And So Can You!) (2007) and AMERICA AGAIN: Re-Becoming The Greatness We Never Weren’t (2012). On the music front, Colbert’s one-hour original musical holiday special, “A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!,” won a Grammy for Best Comedy Album in 2010.
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