I recently blogged about a brouhaha that emerged out of the December 15 tribute to late club impresario Don Hill at Irving Plaza. The event's producer, Trigger, felt he'd been screwed over by two very well-known promoters he worked with on the night.
Beloved club owner Don Hill -- who died last year -- got a big rock-band tribute at Irving Plaza recently, orchestrated by nightlife hero Trigger with the help of promoters Lyle Derek and Michael Schmidt (who did the long-running Squeezebox bash at Don Hill's). But true to his name, Trigger is piss ... More >>
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