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Thursday, December 13, 2007

Changes at Chop Suey: Pete Greenberg Taking Over for Kris K

posted by on December 13 at 14:14 PM

From Kris K (emphasis added):

I will be leaving my position at Chop Suey at the end of December. I’m very happy to announce that Pete Greenberg, who recently departed the Crocodile Café, will be taking my place.

I have been at Chop Suey for a year now and am very proud of my time here. I have navigated the club through a very difficult transition period. I have been pleased to work with all the promoters and artists that have come through such as The People’s Republic of Komedy, the Broken Disco crew, Club Pop, Comeback and Neumos.

Pete comes over with a vast amount of experience of professionalism. He will still be working in tandem with Steven Severin and Jason Lajeunesse from Neumos making sure the best possible programming happens at Chop Suey. All regular programs and nights (Laff Hole, Broken Disco, Club Pop, Comeback) will still remain for the foreseeable future.

Pete will start at Chop Suey effective tomorrow, Friday Dec 14. I will remain as long as it takes to get him up to speed and introduce him to all the necessary people so as to make as smooth of a transition as possible.

Thanks to everyone for a great year. I hope to still see and/or work with you in some capacity in the future.

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Posted by Eli | December 13, 2007 2:26 PM

kris and pete are 2 of the best damn bookers this city has ever seen!

Posted by yearning | December 13, 2007 2:32 PM

Awesome. Great news for Pete and Chop Suey.

Posted by girl | December 13, 2007 5:29 PM

whats really cool is that there are enough venues in seattle to give good people jobs when they need them.

Posted by jz | December 13, 2007 6:15 PM

Congratulations, Pete!

Posted by Aaron Huffman | December 13, 2007 7:44 PM

That is great news. Glad to hear you landed on your feet Pete. I think Chop Suey is lucky to have you.

Posted by drheavy | December 14, 2007 9:09 AM

This is wonderful news!

Posted by Key Note Speaker | December 22, 2007 5:04 PM

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