Who’s On First: Drummer Portrayed in Bio-Play ‘Keith Moon: The Real Me’ (Q&A with Mick Berry)

Who’s On First: Drummer Portrayed in Bio-Play ‘Keith Moon: The Real Me’ (Q&A with Mick Berry)

People try to put him down, but The Who’s legendary drummer Keith Moon, whose life of excess inspired the nickname “Moon the Loon,” is making a comeback of sorts. Actor/musician/playwright Mick Berry is depicting the perky percussionist in the must-see one-man show Keith Moon: The Real Me at the Hudson Theatre Mainstage in Hollywood and […]

Q&A with Corbett Redford, Director of New Music Doc ‘Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk’ (Executive Produced by Green Day)

Q&A with Corbett Redford, Director of New Music Doc ‘Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk’ (Executive Produced by Green Day)

Narrated by Iggy Pop and co-executive produced by Green Day, Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk is director/co-writer Corbett Redford’s two hour and 37 minute compendium of the Punk Rock scene centered around a freewheeling club located at 924 Gilman Street in Berkeley, California. Since 1986, Gilman has been an epicenter of […]

Music Photographer Mick Rock’s Magical Mystery Movie, ‘SHOT!’ (L.A. Premiere Recap/Red Carpet Photos)

Music Photographer Mick Rock’s Magical Mystery Movie, ‘SHOT!’ (L.A. Premiere Recap/Red Carpet Photos)

Star-Studded Cinema Premiere Rocks L.A. The star-studded Los Angeles premiere of SHOT!​ The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock took place April 5 at the Pacific Theatres at The Grove. Rock Cellar Magazine covered the red carpet, screening and panel discussion about the documentary’s subject, legendary British photographer Mick Rock. From swinging London to New York’s underground, […]

Activist/Artist Jackson Browne Headlines Los Angeles Benefit for Journalist Greg Palast

Activist/Artist Jackson Browne Headlines Los Angeles Benefit for Journalist Greg Palast

Activist/Artist Jackson Browne Headlines Benefit for Journalist Greg Palast Comedienne Paula Poundstone, MSNBC’s Joy Reid, KPFK’s Jerry Quickley Participate In Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar the Roman emperor may have been warned to “Beware the Ides of March,” but that didn’t stop hundreds of fans from attending a March 15 fundraiser for Rolling Stone reporter Greg Palast […]

Director Oliver Stone Blows the Whistle on ‘Snowden’ – and Who He’ll Vote For (Q&A)

Director Oliver Stone Blows the Whistle on ‘Snowden’ – and Who He’ll Vote For (Q&A)

We live in highly polarized times and one of our era’s biggest lightning rods of divisiveness is Edward Snowden. Opinions remain sharply divided over the young intelligence agent and contractor who leaked top secret information to the media exposing the National Security Agency’s colossal global surveillance of millions of innocent Americans’ (and others’) supposedly private […]

Q&A with Oscar-Winning Filmmaker Michael Moore

Q&A with Oscar-Winning Filmmaker Michael Moore

L.A.-based film historian/critic Ed Rampell wrote “Progressive Hollywood, A People’s Film History of the United States” and co-authored “The Hawaii Movie and Television Book”. Rampell appears in the Jan. 9, 2016 episode of the Asylum Entertainment series “Demons in the City of Angels,” about blacklisted screenwriter Bobby Lees, that airs on the Reelz Network. Michael […]

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