David Felton


David Felton Chats with Bob Neuwirth

Legends collide when the renowned writer David Felton catches up with the iconic musician, artist and writer Bob Neuwirth, to talk about Neuwirth's new art exhibit. They'll be talking in length at the Track 16 Gallery in LA on Tuesday, June 7th.
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image David Felton has spent his life experimenting with new forms of journalism and television writing. At the Los Angeles Times he won a Pulitzer Prize for his work covering the first Watts uprising and wrote a three-act play documenting the Summer of Love. At Rolling Stone Magazine his five-part study of Charles Manson, including a pre-trial interview, won the National Magazine Award. He edited Hunter S. Thompson’s seminal "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas." Felton produced and wrote "MTV: the Reagan Years" for public television and helped develop the "Beavis and Butt-Head" show.
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