Intimate Moments to be Live Streamed by Rock Hall

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Dion...lets get intimate
  • Dion...let's get intimate

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is grasping technology by the horns. For the past 15 years, the Hall has been putting on what they describe as "intimate conversations" with some of their inductees. We don't mean intimate in a sense that the audience got to spoon with the artists while they asked them a few questions, but intimate because these talks took place in the 160 seat Foster Theatre inside the museum, allowing only the select few who were able to attend to hear crazy stories from artists such as Aretha Franklin, Chuck D and Steward Copeland.

Starting July 7, these talks can now be experienced by anyone with an internet connection. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will be live streaming these intimate conversations with their inductees, beginning with Dion DiMucci on the 7th, over their website.

To access the live feed, go to the Rock Hall's website . To see a schedule of upcoming interviews with inductees, you can go here

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