VIRTUAL LIVESTREAM Please Call Home: The Big House Years - World Premiere of The Allman Brothers film and Q&A (1/23/21)
TICKET SALES FOR BOTH EVENTS WILL CLOSE ON 1/22/21 AT 5PM. A LINK TO VIEW THE FILM, AND/OR THE ZOOM Q&A WILL BE EMAILED AT 6PM ON 1/22/21.
Please Call Home: The Big House Years, directed by road manager and renowned photographer Kirk West, tells the story of the early days of Allman Brothers Band: their music as it was evolving from their fraternity, their own relationships all solidified by The Big House, their time spent in, and out of this central sanctuary. Seamlessly woven with rare, archival, and contemporary footage, interviews with bandmembers and others in their closely-knit circle, the film delivers access and insight into the factors that nurtured the bonding of the original lineup, their families and friends, and provides an intimate picture of a key period in the group''s evolution and ultimately, the unity at the heart of the Allman Brothers Band’s music.
Saturday 1/23/21 – A reminder Zoom log-in and password will be emailed to you again the night of the event. If you have a question, you will be able to post during the live zoom event however, questions sent in advance will be given priority.
Livestream Q&A. 7pm.
Mark Franzoso, Chairman of the Tarrytown Music Hall Board of Directors, and Board Member of The Allman Brothers Band Museum, The Big House, will share our stage with Alan Paul, author of “One Way Out, The Inside History of The Allman Brothers Band”. Film director Kirk West will join by satellite from Macon, GA as Mark Franzoso guides an evening of story-telling and conversation.
Please Call Home: The Allman Brothers Enhanced Experience Package:
Proceeds will support both The historic Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown, NY, an independent, historic landmark theater, and The Big House Museum. The Big House, located in Macon, GA, was the focal point of gathering in those early years when the magic that is the Allman Brothers Band was just taking shape and radiating from this historic Southern town and is now home to the largest collection of ABB memorabilia in the world.
TICKET SALES FOR BOTH EVENTS WILL CLOSE ON 1/22/21 AT 5PM. A LINK TO VIEW THE FILM, AND/OR THE ZOOM Q&A WILL BE EMAILED AT 6PM ON 1/22/21. THERE ARE NO PHYSICAL TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT.