Monday, September 03, 2012

Happy 30th Anniversary US Festival '82 Fleetwood Mac Closed out the Festival Sept 5th

The 'US' Generation Documentary

Well this should excite the masses!  Fleetwood Mac are part of an upcoming documentary on The 1982 US Festival.  Check out the official trailer below... Fleetwood Mac come in at about the 2 minute mark where they are shown on stage, in crisp clear footage, singing a bit of Go Your Own Way... They are also on stage introducing Apple co-founder and US Festival visionary, Steve Wozniak.

This looks so cool, I can't wait to see it!  The documentary will in some format be released to coincide with the 30th Anniversary of the Festival this Labour Day September 3, 2012.  Originally scheduled for a Labour Day release the documentary has been pushed back a bit as they are awaiting final interview approvals from key artists that performed.


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The 'US' Generation Documentary
ICON Television Music, UNUSON Corporation and Plum Moving Media announce the making of the definitive 1982 US Festival feature length documentary.


“This film is the only authorized and sanctioned documentary of the 1982 US Festival”, according to Carlos Harvey, CFO, UNUSON.  ”It captures the cultural essence of the festival and tells the behind-the-scenes stories the fans will appreciate. After 30 years it seems like the right time so the fans can relive the experience and we can create new fans too”.
On a blistering hot Labor day weekend in 1982, legendary Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak’s vision played-out in the 110 degree California sun.
 
Over 375,000 people gathered at Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernadino, for three days of music and technology.  
The documentary will feature legendary performances and interviews. The concert headliners included:
     ~ B-52′s
     ~ Fleetwood Mac
     ~ Police
     ~ Ramones
     ~ Santana
     ~ Talking Heads
     ~ Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
“The release of the documentary will coincide with the 30th anniversary of the event on Labor Day, September 3rd, 2012", said Bruce Gibb, co-owner of Plum Moving Media, Inc.  “Our Milwaukee based company is delighted to be partnered with UNUSON and ICON. It is our love of music and Apple products that attracted us to be involved in this project, plus our skills and experience are suited for telling this story.”
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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

AWESOME! Stevie was smokin' HOT then! Lindsey too...

Anonymous said...

Never realized it, but Tom Petty has a cute butt.

Anonymous said...

Oh no...those screen caps are making me nostalgic for the old Stevie...and possibly the old me. :-)

Maury said...

Yay!

Anonymous said...

“Our Milwaukee based company is delighted to be partnered with UNUSON and ICON...."

Hell yeah...I'm from Milwaukee. Suddenly I'm feeling only 7 degrees of separation from Stevie.

Kimberly Koontz said...

This is a must have to add to my collection. Love that this is going to be released.

Anonymous said...

I was there. It was a huge. 4 days of sun and fun. Can't wait for the doc.

Anonymous said...

I was there too...this brings back such wonderful memories...the halcyon days of my youth!!

Anonymous said...

I wasn't there, but I'm really looking forward to seeing the documentary. I'm excited for all of you who actually attended the event. It will be interesting to see if the film captures some the magic all of you experienced in 1982.

Anonymous said...

Does any body else find it ironic that in the screen capture photo above Stevie is holding up the hand of the man who is now probably one of the richest people in the world thanks to his involvement with Apple?

How many times have we heard Stevie say she hates technology and computers? :-)

Anthony Rose said...

Please Fleetwood Mac!! Include Lexington,Ky. During Your Tour.PLEASE!! I'm Begging!!

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