ABB Doc’s NYC Premiere
Please Call Home: The Big House Years is a documentary film that explores the history of the Macon, Georgia home that housed the Allman Brothers Band and its extended family in the early 1970s. The film explores the early days of the group, including the band members’ reactions to the deaths of Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. From 1993 to 2007, current Allman Brothers Band Tour Mystic, Kirk West, occupied the house and he was the driving force behind the film, which features interviews with the surviving members of the group. On May 16 Please Call Home will have its New York City premiere at the Hudson Theatre located at 145 W. 44th Street in Times Square. Two levels of tickets can be purchased: $100 VIP Tickets (which include a cocktail reception, preferred seating for the screening and a gift bag with a copy of an extended version of the Please Call Home DVD) and $25 general admission tickets. Proceeds from the premiere will benefit The Big House Foundation/The Allman Brothers Band Museum, which is being developed in Macon Georgia to preserve the home and history of the Allman Brothers. To purchase tickets, email firstname.lastname@example.org.