On Friday, October 29th at 7 pm, in the Celeste Bartos Forum, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, the New York Public Library presents Keith Richards in conversation with Anthony DeCurtis.
Tickets go on sale to the public on Thursday, October 21st at 12noon.
FRIENDS presale on Wednesday, October 20th at 12noon.
Friends must use their Showclix presale code provided by the FRIENDS Office. 212.930.0653. The presale code will be sent to Friends of the Library from the FRIENDS Office in an e-mail that follows shortly.
SHOWCLIX or 1.888.71.TICKETS
$58 General Admission (including Seniors & Students with valid ID)
$45 FRIENDS - Become a FRIEND or 212.930.0653
* There is a two ticket purchase limit per patron, through Showclix, for this program.
* Each ticket purchased through Showclix for this program includes a copy of Life by Keith Richards that will be provided to the patron upon admission to the program the evening of the event.
* Print outs of tickets will not be accepted. All patrons are to check in at will-call at the NYPL for tickets.
* Ticketholders must provide ID that matches the name on the ticket at will-call to be admitted the evening of the event to be admitted.
* There will be no standby line for this event.
* There will be no live streaming of this event.
In conversation with Anthony DeCurtis, a music journalist, and contributing editor for Rolling Stone, Keith Richards will discuss the storied journey of the Rolling Stones, as well as his passion for books and for history.
He will chronicle how he created the revolutionary, high-octane riffs that defined "Jumping Jack Flash," "Gimme Shelter" and "Honky Tonk Woman," his affair with the equally infamous Anita Pallenberg (the mother of three of his children), and the tragic death of Brian Jones. He will also discuss the personal values that have made him a proud, successful father, and a happily married man for more than twenty-five years.
Anthony DeCurtis has written frequently about both Keith Richards and The Rolling Stones in the course of his thirty-year career as a music journalist, most notably for Rolling Stone, where he is a contributing editor.
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