HENRY ROLLINS To Appear In MINUTEMEN Documentary
Henry Rollins and FUGAZI's Ian MacKaye are among the musicians that were interviewed for the the new documentary "We Jam Econo - The Story of the Minutemen" chronicling the MINUTEMEN's world from their birth in 1980 through singer/guitarist D. Boon's tragic death in 1985, according to Billboard.com.
"We Jam Econo" premieres Feb. 25 at San Pedro's Warner Grand Theatre (for ticket info, and to view a trailer, go to TheMinutemen.com). After the screening, ex-MINUTEMEN bassist Mike Watt, drummer George Hurley, Tim Irwin (director) and Keith Schieron (producer) will participate in a Q&A session with the audience.
Eventually, the film will open in select U.S. cities and make its way to DVD as an extensive double-disc set.
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