There's not a tangent of pop-culture that famed writer Chuck Klosterman hasn't touched on during his career. He's been
published in The New York Times Magazine, The Believer, Esquire and Spin. Now, he's headed on the road to bring his pop-savvy
musings to his fans. Expect to get humor and insight when you get speaking
tour tickets to see him.
Chuck Klosterman has been a recognizable name in music magazines for a long time. He's interviewed celebrities, reviewed
critical albums in rock, and even released a few books collecting his essays on the intersections of real life and pop-culture.
Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs is by far the most popular, though Fargo Rock City: A Heavy Metal Odyssey in Rural North Dakota
is a gem as well.
No matter what he's writing about, Klosterman always has something interesting to say. That's what makes his speaking tour
such an enthralling prospect for fans. If you want to be there when he picks up the mic, then make sure you get tickets to see him at Fitzgerald
Theatre in Saint Paul.
Chuck Klosterman's Sex Drugs and Cocoa Puffs is branded "A Low Culture Manifesto." It's a pointed description - Klosterman
writes about the media around us that often gets dismissed as mundane, from reality TV to the radio hits we grew up loving
and then realized were crap. They're not just cultural flotsam, though, and he always manages to make it clear why pop-culture