Milwaukee Film Festival unveils lineups for Sound Vision, new Live Music Series
The Milwaukee Film Festival has announced the program lineup for Sound Vision – a new, cohesive series of music documentaries – for its 2012 festival.
The Sound Vision program will feature eight films covering a range of music from pop culture legend Rick Springfield and The Sugarhill Gang to the story of a 77-year-old Icelandic woman who released 59 albums in 7 years.
Sound Vision 2012 will feature "An Affair of the Heart," "Andrew Bird: Fever Year," "Bad Brains: A Band in DC," "Charles Bradley: Soul of America," "Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey," "Grandma Lo-Fi," "I Want My Name Back" and "Mama Africa."
In a special partnership, The Hotel Foster, 2028 E. North Ave., will also host a live music series on select nights during the 2012 festival. OnMilwaukee.com is a sponsor.
Admission to the post-film series is free to anyone with a festival pass or ticket stub from that day's screenings, or $5 for regular admission. Drink specials will also be available for Milwaukee Film Festival attendees.
The Live Music Series at The Hotel Foster performances begin at 9 p.m. The lineup is as follows:
Fri, Sept. 28 – Crankshaft, TBA
Sun, Sept. 30 – Calliope / Wilder Maker (Brooklyn)
Mon, Oct. 1 – Heidi Spencer and the Rare Birds
Tues, Oct. 2 – TBA
Wed, Oct. 3 – Hello Death / Hot Coffin
Sun, Oct. 7 – TBA
Mon, Oct. 8 – MC Oneself / Klassik
Tuesday, Oct. 9 – I'm Not a Pilot / TBA
Wednesday, Oct. 10 – The Ragadors / TBA
Thursday, Oct. 11 – The Delta Routine Album Release Party w/ Hero Jr. (Indianapolis)
For more information on Sound Vision and the most updated band lineup, visit mkefilm.org.
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