It’s finally here: we premiered “Rockin’ the Wall” in D.C. to a very appreciative and enthusiastic crowd, including some film people. The consensus was it’s a terrific picture, with a great testimony to freedom.
Rockin’ the Wall is the story of music’s subversive power behind the Iron Curtain—how it undermined Soviet control—while at the same time it served as an inspiration to those captive by the Soviets. The film, shot in HD, features interviews with rockers such as Rudy Sarzo (Quiet Riot), Robby Krieger (Doors), Mark Stein and Vinny Martell (Vanilla Fudge), David Paich (Toto), and many more. It also includes testimonies by people who lived under Soviet oppression, including Hungarian escapee Leslie Mandoki, who became a major music producer in Germany.
You can pre-order the film now at www.rockinthewall.com and it is available in either DVD or Blue Ray.Tags: David Paich, Doors, Iron Curtain, Mark Stein, Quiet Riot, Robby Krieger, Rudy Sarzo, Toto, Vanilla Fudge, Vinny Martell