TEEN A GO GO: A LITTLE FILM ABOUT ROCK AND ROLL HISTORY
78 min - 2010| Documentary History Music
On the evening of February 9, 1964, Ed Sullivan introduced The Beatles
to America. The next morning 10 million teens had something new to do.
With their jaws still on the floor and inspiration stirring within,
thousands of youngsters knew their destiny lay in rock and roll. The
influence these teens had on rock and roll was unprecedented and their
musicianship… was impressive.
Banging away in their parents garages, teen bands created timeless
music. Many ‘one take’ recordings of garage rock made from 1964 through
1968 have become highly collectible and continue to influence
contemporary bands and receive radio play to this day. Teen A Go Go is a
rock and roll stomp from beginning to end, providing an entertaining,
nostalgic ride into the vibrant teen scenes of the mid 1960′s. Featuring
original recordings, never before sen super 8 movies, rare archival
footage, photographs and interviews with musicians, fans and industry
experts. Teen A Go Go captures this historic burst of creativity that
swept the nation and changed rock and roll forever.