Berkeley Street Sessions: Interpol
KCRW’s Berkeley Street Sessions is the most intimate series we’ve ever produced, and what makes it really special is the location - Apogee’s Berkeley Street Studio, the private recording studio of legendary recording engineer Bob Clearmountain. With sound far superior to any live venue and a capacity of just 150 guests, this series caters to core music lovers who want to experience an artist up close.
|KCRW's Berkeley Street Sessions featuring Interpol
in live performance and interview
Hosted by Jason Bentley
|Monday, September 6, 2010
Apogee's Berkeley Street Studio
We’re currently offering tickets to KCRW’s Berkeley Street Sessions featuring Interpol to our Archangel members who subscribe or renew during our current subscription drive. These tickets are very limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis to current KCRW Archangels only.
Become a member at the $84/month level or $1000 and reserve your pair of Interpol tickets now
CALL 1-800-600-KCRW (5279)
WHEN YOU HEAR THE ANNOUNCEMENTS ON-AIR.
Please note, this event is 21 and over and standing room only. These tickets will not be sold or offered to the general public.
If you have any questions, please contact KCRW Membership at 310-314-4635 from Monday-Friday, 9:30a - 5:30p.
KCRW’s Berkeley Street Sessions is sponsored by Sang Yoon of Father’s Office and the upcoming Lukshon in Culver City
Berkeley Street Studio
We’ve all been influenced by the music Bob Clearmountain has touched – he’s worked with the likes of Rolling Stones, The Who, David Bowie, Sister Sledge, Bruce Springsteen and many more. This is the first time he has ever opened his private space – to host KCRW’s special nights.