Wrecking Crew Premiere and Post Party in Rochester NY- August 16th & 17th
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
They were the studio musicians behind some of the biggest hits in the 1960s and 70s. From “Be My Baby” to “California Girls;” “Strangers in the Night” to “Mrs. Robinson;” “You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’” to “Up, Up and Away;” and from “Viva Las Vegas” to “Mr. Tambourine Man,” the group dubbed The Wrecking Crew played on them all. Six years in a row in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, the Grammy for “Record of the Year” went to Wrecking Crew member recordings.
“The Wrecking Crew,” a documentary film produced and directed by Denny Tedesco, son of legendary late Wrecking Crew guitarist Tommy Tedesco, has played around the world in the festival circuit with over a dozen awards and rave reviews and other accolades.
The film has not been able to be released because of the high cost of music licensing. So the film makers have been traveling the country playing for fund raisers.
Director, Denny Tedesco will be there for Q&A
Order your tickets now.
Lets raise money for the release of the
Wrecking Crew Documentary
The Little Theater raise the funds needed towards a
new digital system.
After Friday night screening, join us for a very special party that follows the Q&A and film.
Meet and greet Director, Denny Tedesco
Keep the party going with
Bobby Henri & the Goners who will take us into the evening.
Very limited seating- so don't hesitate.Ticket cost for Friday evening Party (9PM-10:30PM) after the movie – $20.00 – includes;
Meet & Greet with Denny, hor d’ourves, wine, beverages and music
TICKETS FOR PARTY AT THEATER ONLY AT THIS POINT!
Wrecking Crew and The Little Theater
Part of the proceeds will help The Wrecking Crew pay off the licensing of the music in the film. The other funds raised will help the Little Theater towards its goal of a new Digital System.
The digital age is here for the historic Little Theatre. With movie distributors forgoing film for hard drives, the Little must upgrade or become one of countless small cinemas going dark across the country. $500,000 is needed to digitally equip each theatre and ensure the screens stay bright.