New Music from Gary Clark Jr.

Posted on Sep 19, 2011


A man A plan A canal brings you another free and exclusive screening opportunity with Nirvana – Live at the Paramount. Fresh off the release of Nevermind, Nirvana performed on Halloween in 1991 at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle to a sold-out crowd that recognized, early on, the brilliance within a band that would eventually define an entire generation.</p>
Nirvana – Live At The Paramount is the only concert film ever shot of the band on 16mm film and has been transferred to 1080p high definition picture &amp; mixed in 5.1 surround sound from the original multi-tracks. Featuring a stellar nineteen-song set, the film documents Nirvana showcasing the creativity and ingenuity of the burgeoning alternative movement. The set features their now famous cover of the Vaslines' &quot;Jesus Don't Want Me For A Sunbeam,&quot; and an early performance of &quot;Rape Me,&quot; along with popular songs from their earlier recordings &amp; Nevermind.</p>
The film is available for screening now; all we need from you is when and where you want to show the film. This could be a great way to bring visibility to your station as well as interact with your staff, DJs, community, campus, and listeners.</p>

This week we are very excited to service the debut release from songwriter/guitarist Gary Clark Jr. Gary comes from an eclectic musical background where he cites John Lee Hooker, Curtis Mayfield, & hip-hop to be major influences. His new record, The Bright Lights EP, has received attention from The Wall Street JournalThe Los Angeles Times & Rolling Stones who said he may be “the future of blues.” Check out what all the buzz is about.

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