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Runaway Radio

myallmovies is debuting an unique Runaway Radio trailer for the documentary from director Mike McGuff. The movie will probably be obtainable on DVD and thru video-on-demand platforms on Tuesday, February 27, 2024.

β€œWithin the pre-digital age, radio entertained, knowledgeable and dictated what was cool by theater of the thoughts,” reads the movie’s synopsis. β€œAcclaimed musicians corresponding to Lyle Lovett, ZZ High’s Dusty Hill, Melissa Etheridge and Sammy Hagar together with high radio DJs from throughout the US replicate on how the medium modified their lives and the lives of devoted listeners. Runaway Radio focuses on Houston’s 101 KLOL – beginning in 1970 as a progressive radio station, the place DJs performed no matter they needed, to the way it developed into certainly one of a number of wild Album Oriented Rock (AOR) stations throughout the nation, the place on-air personalities had been typically larger than the music itself! However ultimately, modifications and pressures from Washington, the music business and Silicon Valley led to the station’s, and far of the format’s, demise within the 2000s.”

You possibly can watch the unique Runaway Radio trailer beneath (watch extra trailers):

Runaway Radio was written, directed, and produced by Mike McGuff and likewise produced by Jeffrey Brown. It was government produced by Michael Repsch, Vince Foster, Allen Gilmer, Riki Speeding, Pat Fant, Dayna Steele, and Doug Harris.

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The musicians featured within the movie embrace Lyle Lovett, ZZ High’s Dusty Hill, Melissa Etheridge, Sammy Hagar, Carmine Appice, and Dug Pinnick (King’s X). The KLOL forged featured within the documentary consists of Dayna Steele, Jim Pruett, β€œCrash” Collins, Outlaw Dave, Grego, Jennifer Reyna, Lanny Griffith, GM Pat Fant, and extra.

You may also view the trailer on YouTube beneath:

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