A feature-length documentary (DVDr) on the #1 instrumental rock group in the world, The Ventures. The story of their rise to fame in the 1960s right up to now. Starring Don Wilson, Billy Bob Thornton, John Fogerty, Josie Cotton, The Surfrajettes, The Neptunas, Del Casher, and many more. Directed by Staci Layne Wilson.
“I loved it—a great music documentary, by any measure. The Ventures: Stars on Guitars will rock your world!” Scott Mantz, KTLA-TV
“Whether you are a guitar geek or if you are just a fan, you will love this film!” SiriusXM’s Volume hosts Nik Carter and Lori Majewski
“…beautifully chronicles the group’s record-setting 60-year journey of positively influencing music by mastering musicianship, sounds/techniques, and education, that will continue to inspire musicians for generations to come.” Bob Engelman, Guitar Digest
This DVD will be signed by director Staci Layne Wilson -- if requested. (NOTE: We no longer have Don Wilson signed copies, hence the price-drop)
If you would like non-signed DVDs, please check out Walmart, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, TCM, and many other retailers. It's also streaming on nearly every platform for rental and purchase.
The Ventures have been thrilling music lovers with songs like "Hawaii 5-0" since 1959 and have become the world's most famous instrumental rock and rollers. Witness the rise, history, and relevance of the band in pop culture still today. This film features Don Wilson, Billy Bob Thornton, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Josie Cotton, The Surfrajettes, and many more.
Released: December 8, 2020
Runtime: 1 hr 28 min
Region 1: Plays in the U.S., U.S. territories, and Canada
Label: Vision Films
Directed by: Staci Layne Wilson
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