Tomorrow night, Cinefamily will host a special screening of the film Heartworn Highways, which will be followed by a solo unplugged performance from Scott Kelly of Neurosis.
The film, released in 1981, was directed by James Szalapski and was a tribute to country musicians including David Allen Coe, Townes Van Zandt and the like. More from Cinefamily’s site:
Heartworn Highways is for music lovers that like to jam tunes, get wasted and watch dogs bark and trucks pass by, for people who like hyper-analyze Charlie Daniels’ wardrobe.
Scott Kelly will perform around 10 PM, after the screening concludes. Tickets are available now and cost $14.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Doors: 7:30 (Movie @ 8, Scott Kelly @ 10)
611 N. Fairfax Ave
Los Angeles CA 90036
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