Hardcore Norfolk: A Story of Rock 'n' Roll Survival (Nov. 3, 2012)

Well, Nov. 3rd is coming up and Deb, Andrea and I can not wait!  We also look greatly forward to see you all if ya can make it out. 

Now the fun just doesn't stop at the movie!  We've got Thee Apostles/Big Bobby and the Nightcaps playing right afterwards the movie that night, here is the Facebook event, click here! 
Drinking, Rock 'n' Roll and Cinema all mixed together!  SEE Hardcore Norfolk: A Story of Rock 'n' Roll Survival, starting at 9:15pm in Charlottesville, VA at the Regal 2 Downtown Mall!  Will this be the last time to see this movie on the big screen? We only know what we know now…be there! 

Buy your tickets, click here! Info below!

Hardcore Norfolk: A Story of Rock 'n' Roll Survival

Saturday 9:15 p.m., Regal 2 Downtown Mall

2011. USA. 106 min. Directors: Debra Persons, Paul Unger, and Andrea Rizzo.

What is it about the transient naval town of Norfolk, Virginia that has brought such musical nastiness to the world? The film explores the birthplace of the Norfolk Sound, with its founding fathers, Frank Guida of LaGrande Records and Noah Biggs of the grittier Shiptown Records, at the helm. One pioneered the squeaky clean rock & roll emulated by The Beatles, while the other was steeped in northern soul that the area is still noted for in international circles. From rock & roll, to punk, to anti-punk, to garage, Norfolk is a quiet giant of rock music.

Discussion with filmmakers Debra Persons, Paul Unger, and Andrea Rizzo