WSHU's 'Join the Conversation' Presents Author and Composer Peter Buffett

News Story: May 1, 2010
Peter Buffett

National Public Radio member station WSHU Public Radio will hold a special event featuring author and composer Peter Buffett, son of investor Warren Buffett, for a talk about his new book, Life Is What You Make It, on Tuesday, May 18, 2010, at 7:00 pm, at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT. This event is part of WSHU’s popular lecture series, “Join the Conversation,” which brings prominent authors to the community for engaging, thought-provoking discussions. This event is free and open to the public; a book signing will follow his talk.

Most people probably think having billionaire investor Warren Buffett as a father makes life far from average. Join WSHU when Peter Buffett, an Emmy-Award winning musician, songwriter, producer, and composer, shares the important lessons he learned from his parents, as well as explains how success has more to do with building character than simply using a family platform to get ahead. He will also discuss the reasoning behind his father’s decision not to give his children an inheritance and the importance of defining a path to follow, regardless of wealth or background.


Talk/Book Signing:
Peter Buffett
Life Is What You Make It
Tuesday, May 18, 2010, 7:00 pm
University Commons
Sacred Heart University, 5151 Park Ave., Fairfield, CT


**Books will be available for purchase at the event. This event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required. There will be a $3.00 suggested donation at the door to benefit WSHU. To make reservations, or to see upcoming author events, go to www.wshu.org. This series is sponsored by Ikea and Robinson & Cole LLP.


WSHU/WSUF Public Radio Group is a not-for-profit, member-supported station which brings the best in public broadcasting to over 245,000* listeners in Long Island and Connecticut.  WSHU airs National Public Radio (NPR) programs such as Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Car Talk, as well as Sunday Baroque, local classical music programming and in-depth news coverage on the following frequencies: WSHU 91.1 FM, WSUF 89.9 FM, WSHU 91.3 FM, WSHU 91.7 FM, WSHU 103.3 FM, WSUF 105.7 FM, WSHU 1260 AM, and www.wshu.org.* Source: Arbitron New York & Hartford/New Haven Fall 2007, P12+ M-Su 6a-12 midnight.