Steve Miller and Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready are among the artists who appear in a new documentary about the history of The Gorge Amphitheatre, a popular concert venue located in rural eastern Washington State.
Titled Enormous: The Gorge Story, the film includes interviews with Miller and McCready, as well as with members of Heart, Dave Matthews, Hall & Oates singer John Oates, country star Dierks Bentley, and pop singer/songwriter Jason Mraz, who share their recollections of playing at the beloved venue.
Additionally, the doc includes performance footage of Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello and others.
Enormous: The Gorge Story will be shown in select U.S. theaters for one night only on April 28. The screenings also will include bonus interview footage with several well-known artists, five short documentaries about The Gorge, and a blooper reel featuring a number of the musicians that appear in the film, among them McCready and Matthews.
“The shows were always great, and they were always sold out,” Miller says about the venue in the film’s trailer. “We enjoyed the audience and the atmosphere of it.”
Meanwhile, McCready says in a statement, “When people ask me about our band, about Pearl Jam, ‘Where is your favorite place to play in the world?’, this is always number one.”
For screening locations and ticket info, visit EnormousMovie.com.
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