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Rock 'n' Resurrection | Michael Gross

"ICM had taken a beating over the years," says Bob Grossweiner, New York bureau chief of Performance magazine.


Fillmore NY @ Irving Plaza - Concert Rivals to Run Irving Plaza

"Delsener has regained the 900-capacity club he was sorely missing," said Bob Grossweiner, the New York bureau chief of Performance, a concert-industry magazine, "and now Metropolitan is in the doghouse.


jmdl.com LIBRARY: Rock's Fab Fiftysomethings: New York Daily News, January 18, 1998

"Very few acts approach the arena or stadium level who are for kids," says Bob Grossweiner of Performance magazine, which tracks the concert business. By attending shows like the Stones, older audiences aren't necessarily engaged in the impossible pursuit of staving off aging.Instead, they're finding another way to remind themselves that passion needn't leave them with the first wrinkle. Since older audiences have held onto their stars - and younger crowds have come along for the ride - the result has shaken up our whole notion of the generation gap.While the young of the '60s and '70s broke entirely with the musical tastes of their parents, the boomers' offspring haven't waged anything so radical.


PLSN.com - News

Pro Lights & Staging News is pleased to announce the addition of Jane Cohen & Bob Grossweiner Bob Grossweiner, a 25-year veteran of the touring industry, has written for more than 150 publications, both domestically and internationally.He has appeared on CNN and MTV, and has been quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, New York Daily News, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly and Rolling Stone. Mr. Grossweiner, a frequent contributor to several online music sites, also served as Senior Editor/New York Bureau Chief of Peformance Magazine, 1974-1998. Cohen & Grossweiner will be contributing a monthly column to Pro Lights & Staging News called Behind the Scenes which will focus on the touring side of the industry.


jonimitchell.com LIBRARY: Rock's Fab Fiftysomethings: New York Daily News, January 18, 1998

"Very few acts approach the arena or stadium level who are for kids," says Bob Grossweiner of Performance magazine, which tracks the concert business.


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