The Wrecking Crew - Trailer 1
The Wrecking Crew - Trailer 2
Exclusive Pre-Release Screening of
"The Wrecking Crew"
Friday April 29, 2011 @ 7:00 pm
Saturday April 30, 2011 @ 7:00 pm
Sunday May 1, 2011 @ 7:00 pm
Exclusive Movie & Buffet Dinner,
plus Live Music: $49.95 per person, per show.
**Meet Wrecking Crew Pianist, Don Randi - Live
*Call: 973-728-4722 for Ticket Reservations
This critically acclaimed film tells the true story of your favorite songs, and the people who made them. Find out what happened during and after the music....a must see!
Rolling Stone Magazine: “A new documentary tells the story of the Wrecking Crew, a collective of Los Angeles musicians who played on hits by the Righteous Brothers, the Beach Boys, the Byrds and many others. Directed by Denny Tedesco, son of the late guitarist Tommy Tedesco, The Wrecking Crew features interviews with Brian Wilson, Cher, Roger McGuinn, and famed Crew members like Bassist Carol Kaye, and drummer Hal Blaine. “These guys were chameleons,” Tedesco says. “They went from Phil Spector to Nancy Sinatra to the Beach Boys and so many more.”
*Proceeds from this “Pre-Release Event” will go towards the rights and clearances for Theatrical and DVD release.
- It was incredible! I felt just like I was sitting there with them at that table. It had everything I wanted to see and more that I didn't expect. Tommy Tedesco’s humor drew you in and the lifelong respect for each other was so evident. Thank you for making this film because it shows that these legendary musicians, who we listen to everyday, are anything but invisible!!!!!!
- Peter Frampton
- Denny Tedesco, (son of Wrecking Crew Guitarist Tommy Tedesco) has given us an amazing look at a musical moment in history that everyone who loves rock and roll should see.
- Christopher Guest, Director / Actor, “Spinal Tap”
- The Wrecking Crew is in the League of the best Music Documentaries ever made.
- Vintage Guitar Magazine
- If I'd known they were available, I would have used those guys on my records. 'The Wrecking Crew' is the best documentary yet about the recording scene. I loved it.
- Steve Miller