Spontaneous Combustion! Featuring Guest Storyteller Dennis Erokan!
A comic explosion of hysterical scenes and outrageous characters all based on the real-life stories of a real, live person! We're thrilled to announce that our special guest storyteller for today's performance is music-industry, producing, and publishing legend Dennis Erokan!
Dennis created BAM Magazine in 1976 and, in 1978, founded the first Bay Area Music Awards, more commonly known as the "Bammies." He continues to produce the internationally recognized awards program, which attracts over 6,000 music industry leaders annually. In 1984, Dennis launched MicroTimes. This magazine focused on the heroes in the computing industry and became the nation's largest regional computer magazine with a circulation topping 200,000 when sold in 1999.
Over the past 40 years, Dennis has radically innovated the music, producing, and publishing industries and has helped give rise to some of the most famous musical sensations in the world. And, his stories are incredible!
Please come out and help us celebrate the life and work of Mr. Dennis Erokan!
Lamorinda Music, The Big Room Studio Theater (View)
81 Lafayette Circle
Lafayette, CA 94549
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|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|