While Dallas was busy promoting the next Molly Hatchet gig, Austin created an artistically supportive climate that eventually swallowed Dallas commercially. Due to the ultra-conservative environment, one musician commented that his goal was to make enough money to get out of Dallas
“I only watch public television’ was a snobby ‘better than you’ statement said by the folk who would never dare admit they were watching ALF. But hey, what do you get when you mix Journey with PBS? A documentary of course and its coming to your screen on September 30th.
We notice at rock nyc just how rude and ignorant rock fans can be while hidden under the anonymity of the web. It is often quite ridiculous and it cuts across all ages and band favs. Whether EDM or hard rock, you nail em and they will come for you and then some.
Now (and finally) comes a documentary on the late great singer from the perspective of a die hard fan. Rhys Thomas, who is described as a Queen scholar and expert has scoured back to 1976 to find footage and memorabilia of Freddie, to be used in the film ‘The Great Pretender’
So nobody wants to distribute his documentary? What a surprise! But it is in fact strange he cannot find anyone interested by an Elliott Smith project, he was definitively not a huge star, but he has a strong cult following
“[Juggalos come] from all walks of life — from poverty, from rich, from all religions, all colors. […] It doesn’t matter if you’re born with a silver spoon in your mouth, or a crack rock in your mouth
The whole movie is Cameron’s love letter to us (that would be Pearl Jam not rock nyc)
This is an amazing production of an 8mm field trip