Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation

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Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation

Greenwich Village was the birthplace of the singer/songwriter and songs of love and relationships. Between 1961-1973, many musicians in The Village banded together to sing about the radical social upheaval of the time. Narrated by Academy Award Winner Susan Sarandon (Thelma & Louise, Broken City, Dead Man Walking), GREENWICH VILLAGE: MUSIC THAT DEFINED A GENERATION is a feature-length documentary about the Greenwich Village music scene and how it sparked everlasting political, social and cultural changes. For the first time, the greatest singer-songwriters, authors and performers from Greenwich Village reflect on how they collectively became the voice of a generation. Through poignant interviews, rare archival footage and new live performances, GREENWICH VILLAGE: MUSIC THAT DEFINED A GENERATION tells a story about community, courage and most importantly – music.

FEATURING MUSIC LEGENDS: PETE SEEGER, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, DON MCLEAN, PETER YARROW (Peter, Paul & Mary), ARLO GUTHRIE, CARLY SIMON, TOM CHAPIN, JUDY COLLINS and more!

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Steven I. Ramm "Steve Ramm "Anything Phon... says:

Unlike “Inside Llewyn Davis”, this film tells the REAL story of the 60s folk revival 0

Don Stephens says:

Great interviews on an important era and place 0


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