Friday 07/08/2011 by jackl

PHISH AND ITS MANAGEMENT GET PROMINENT MENTIONS IN WSJ ARTICLE

Phish and its management, including security manager John Langenstein, tour director Richard Glasgow a/k/a "Dickie Scotland" and management gurus at Red Light Management get prominent mentions in an interesting article in today's Wall Street Journal about concert security here.

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, comment by momabug
momabug Pretty sweet read ... thanks

"Intelligible" ~ nice!
, comment by badphish
badphish article isn't working for me for some reason..
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