Lou Adler (Founder of 1967’s Monterey Int’l Pop Fest) in Conversation | CJM
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Contemporary Jewish Museum | 736 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Lou Adler is the legendary music producer who co-founded the Monterey International Pop Festival of 1967 and helped shape the Summer of Love in San Francisco. This event will take place on the exact date of the 50th Anniversary release of the song “San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)”, which became a hit during the Summer of 1967 and that has been associated with San Francisco and the Summer of Love ever since.
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In an exclusive conversation with GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman, Adler, who produced the famous song, will discuss the impact of Monterey Pop on rock music and California history.
Presented by the California Historical Society and the GRAMMY Museum at LA Live.