The Wrecking Crew will be screening at the Grammy Museum this Thursday, February 12 at 7:30. Music and LA history buffs will especially love this documentary about the most famous musicians you might not have heard of.
From the Grammy Museum Website:
The GRAMMY Museum presents a special screening of “The Wrecking Crew,” an intimate, insightful and often humorous documentary about the legendary group of session musicians in 1960s Los Angeles who earned wide acclaim by backing dozens of popular singers including The Beach Boys, Frank & Nancy Sinatra, Cher and Sam Cooke. A panel discussion with filmmaker Denny Tedesco [son of legendary guitarist Tommy Tedesco], drummer Hal Blaine and pianist Don Randi, moderated by GRAMMY Museum Chief Curator Ken Luftig Viste will follow the film.
Elvis Costello said of the film, “A wonderful, touching and hilarious film about the unsung stars of so many records that you carry in your heart.”
Tickets are $10 ($5 for museum members) and are on sale now. This will sell out! Doors open at 7pm.
Tickets can be purchased at the box office, at ticketmaster or by calling 213.480.3232.
The Grammy Museum is located on the campus of LA Live.
800 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. A245
Los Angeles, CA 90015 USA
For more details about the film, visit The Wrecking Crew website.
Go see how the music of the 60’s was really made.