Impresarios: The Capitalist of Rock

Bill Graham is a solid, no-nonsense name for a dynamic businessman who in the past four years has made himself a millionaire, acquired a Mercedes, a 29-year-old wife, a baby boy, and offices in both San Francisco and Manhattan. Wolfgang Grajonca, on the other hand, seems a more appropriate title for a temperamental typhoon of promotional creativity, whose obscenity-flavored conversation often builds to a scream, whose business conferences are likely to explode into happenings, and whose office costume usually consists of dirty corduroys and a short-sleeved sweatshirt. That both Bill and...

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