With very special LIVE performance by Austin's own THE UGLY BEATS before the film!
Get a taste of what's in store this Monday with this podcast from Mal Thursday's Texas Tyme Machine featuring guest DJ Melissa Kirkendall, director of TEEN-A-GO-GO!
Every meaningful change in rock music started with some teenagers, alone in their parents' garage, banging away at three chords. This rampaging doc features original recordings, never-before-seen Super 8 movies, rare archival footage, photographs and interviews with musicians, fans and industry experts on early rock & roll.
TEEN A-GO-GO takes the viewer on an entertaining, nostalgic ride into the teen scenes of the mid-'60s and into the lives of the people who lived it. The British Invasion played an undeniable role on this uniquely American musical genre when on February 9, 1964 the Beatles premiered live on the Ed Sullivan Show. An estimated 73 million viewers (over 40% of the entire U.S. population) tuned in. Teens all across America were glued to their TV sets as they witnessed a true turning point in rock history. On February 10, 1964, it would seem that 10 million teens had something new to do. With their jaws still on the floor and inspiration stirring within, thousands of youngsters knew that their destiny lay in rock and roll and the A Go-Go Teen Scene was born.
Music Monday is sponsored by Austin's greatest music store, End of an Ear Records, and Austin's most essential vintage furniture and decor store, Room Service. Special thanks to guest sponsor Mal Thursday's Texas Tyme Machine.