next Quips & Clips November 2nd-2019
LOBERO LIVE, KTYD & PANDAMAN ♫
Hale Milgrim (aka, the Trip Master) has mined his personal archives for rare concert footage and insider stories. Thanks to a lot of help from his friends, he will lead a magical mystery tour of outstanding artists from the 60’s to the present and share rarely heard rock ’n roll stories. While we cannot reveal who will be the subject of many of the clips, don’t worry–you’re in for a very special evening.
Milgrim’s musical journey started behind the counter at Isla Vista’s Discount Records, and has spiraled upward through a succession of positions at major record labels, leading eventually to a stint as the President/CEO of Capitol Records. Since returning to Santa Barbara with his wife Anne, he has continued to work and support local music (including Sings Like Hell), and hosted a Sunday radio show, “Go to Hale,” which aired for over six years on KTYD.
Audiences can look forward to memorable insights, commentary and illumination from Hale–well,
at least everything he remembers… or not!
“There are plenty of music mavens in Santa Barbara, but there’s only one Hale Milgrim.”
– Santa Barbara Dependent
“Is there any doubt that Hale Milgrim should go down in history as one of the top 929 music fans in Santa Barbara History?”
– Montecito Jurnal
“This is music that will last a lunchtime!”
– The Rutles
“The best show I’ve never seen”
– David Asbell
– Hari Georgson/SBNOOZ
Tickets for Go To Hale Quips & Clips are on sale now at the Lobero Box Office at Lobero.org or by calling 805.963.0761. ♫ Single tickets are $15 (increases to $20 after 10/10)
The presentation will begin at 6:57 PM sharp, and doors open at 6:27 PM. Seating is general admission, so be sure to get here beginning at 6:03 PM on the Esplanade for pre-show refreshments.
Go to Hale enjoys generous sponsorship from KTYD 99.9 FM. Lobero LIVE is sponsored by the Santa Barbara County Arts Commission, the Santa Barbara Independent, and KCSB 91.9 FM. Funded in part by the Events and Festivals Program using funds provided by the City of Santa Barbara in partnership with the Santa Barbara County Office of Arts and Culture.