Let There Be Drums!, a new music documentary that inspects the important position drumming has in fantastic bands and how music is passed down from generation to era, is established for theatrical and TVOD/EST launch on Oct. 28, adopted by a DVD fall date slated for Nov. 1.
The extremely anticipated movie was directed by Justin Kreutzmann, son of famous Grateful Useless drummer Monthly bill Kreutzmann. 1 of the filmmaker’s most latest achievements involves making 2017’s Long Odd Journey documentary, which seems to be back on the 30-calendar year profession of the Grateful Useless.
The forthcoming release of his most up-to-date film, Allow There Be Drums!, features the closing taped job interview with the late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins. What’s more, it also attributes conversations with percussive main lights, Ringo Starr, Stewart Copeland (The Police), Mickey Hart and Invoice Kreutzmann (Grateful Lifeless), Stephen Perkins (Jane’s Dependancy), Chad Smith (Crimson Scorching Chili Peppers) and Matt Sorum (Guns and Roses).
Read Relix’s August 2022 interview with Justin Kreutzmann about his other movie undertaking relating to Jerry Garcia here.
Let There Be Drums! is established to strike theaters on Oct. 28, adopted by a DVD launch on Nov. 1.