Nowhere Now - The Ballad Of Joshua Tree
Joshua Tree, the high desert community outside Los Angeles, has become a mecca for exciting musical voices. This placeits history and traditions, its isolation from urban centers, and its unique atmosphere and communityhave contributed to this phenomenon. Each writer-performer has his or her unique story, but all have had to face the conflict between maintaining their identity as performers and the struggle to survive in the music industry. The film paints a portrait of life in the desert, far from big music industry, while examining our notions of success and failure. Shot on the beautiful backdrop of high desert in springtime, featured artists include Eric Burdon, Gram Parsons, Victoria Williams, Gram Rabbit, The Sibleys, Ted Quinn, and Emily Adams, among others. (Documentary; 72 min.)
Centerpiece Film. Q&A with filmmakers and musicians to follow the screening.
The Screening Room
127 E. Congress St.
Tucson, AZ 85701
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