Building a “Strike” of an Empire with Charley Ryan, Founder of Brooklyn Bowl


Charley Ryan, co-owner of Brooklyn Bowl on Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg was born on the South Facet of Chicago and was raised in Battle Creek, Michigan.  He opened Brooklyn Bowl in 2009 with Peter Shapiro,  a 23,000-square-foot ironworks foundry constructing which was a former deserted warehouse.  They’d a dream and introduced the venue to life and infused life to the realm by combining dwell music, meals by Blue Ribbon, 16 bowling lanes, phases and bars, all  in a single venue.

They’ve hosted many legendary performances, together with that of Weapons N’ Roses, Elvis Costello and The Roots. Up to now, Brooklyn Bowl has bought nearly tens of millions of  tickets to hundreds of exhibits.

Charley talks about first moving into the music trade,  the distinctive thought to mix a bowling alley with a music venue and his function at Wetlands Protect.   Brooklyn Bowl has places in Brooklyn, Las Vegas, Nashville, Philadelphia and has ticket-buyers in all 50 states, and 46 nations.  Music venues internationally have been shut down and took monetary hits in the course of the pandemic. Brooklyn Bowl was in a position to financially get by means of the pandemic and  the enterprise has modified without end.

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Produced by Jill Carvajal and Josh Schneps

 

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