The Rolling Stones Live on Film : 1964-1975 Exclusive New Jersey Premiere Presentations

rolling-stonesDeBaun Auditorium- Steven’s Institute of Technology

Wed. Oct. 13 –Doors open at 7pm
Music Legends Live on Film-Rare Performances from the Shelley Archives

An exciting evening of rare early performances by The Rolling Stones,
including their first appearances on television in the USA & Europe, promo films, concerts & newsreels by film and music archivist BILL SHELLEY. 1964-75 was undoubtedly one of The Stones’ peak artistic periods; the band was as wildly popular and influential as The Beatles.
There will be a Q & A with archivist Bill Shelley following each presentation as well as a performance by ACE – the Alternative Controller Ensemble, comprised of students in Stevens Institute’s Music & Technology Program.

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take place at DeBaun Auditorium
5th St. bet. Hudson St. & River Terrace (on the campus of Steven’s Institute of Technology)

Tickets are $12 in advance; $15 at the door night of the show
Stevens’ students $8 (must present Stevens ID)
Proceeds will go to support Hoboken’s Movies Under the Stars series for 2011 Tickets can be purchased in advanced online at:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/131624
or by calling 201-217-4077

The City of Hoboken, Projected Images of Hudson County and
Stevens Institute of Technology Division of Technology and the Arts,
in the College of Arts and Letters proudly present Music Legends Live on Film Rare Performances from the Shelley Archives
These are Exclusive New Jersey Premiere presentations.

take place at DeBaun Auditorium
5th St. bet. Hudson St. & River Terrace (on the campus of Steven’s Institute of Technology)

Doors open at 7pm

  • Tickets are $12 in advance; $15 at the door night

of the show Stevens’ students $8 (must present Stevens ID)
Proceeds will go to support Hoboken’s Movies Under the Stars series for 2011 Tickets can be purchased in advanced online at:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/131624
or by calling 201-217-4077

There will be a Q & A with archivist Bill Shelley following each presentation as well as a performance by ACE – the Alternative Controller Ensemble, comprised of students in Stevens Institute’s Music & Technology Program.

Wednesday Oct. 13th

The Rolling Stones 1964-1975
The Brian Jones & Mick Taylor Years

An exciting evening of rare early performances, including their first
appearances on television in the USA & Europe, promo films, concerts &
newsreels. Film and music archivist BILL SHELLEY will personally
present unseen-for-years footage of the Stones performing such
classics as “Under My Thumb,” “Time Is on My Side,” “Honky Tonk
Woman,” and more!  1964-75 was undoubtedly one of The Stones’ peak artistic periods; the band was as wildly popular and influential as
The Beatles. BRIAN JONES, the original leader & rhythm guitarist, was always pushing the group to experiment.  His bluesy, instrumental
style sparked the writing skills of MICK JAGGER and KEITH RICHARD to
help create such classic songs as “Satisfaction,” “Play With Fire,”
“Paint It Black,” “Lady Jane,” and “Get Off of My Cloud,” all of which
are included in this program. After Jones’ death in 1969, MICK TAYLOR
joined the band and helped create such celebrated albums as It’s Only
Rock and Roll, Sticky Fingers and the legendary Exile on Main Street.
Recently, Taylor re-joined with the Stones to re-master Main Street
and complete 10 previously unfinished tracks from the period. Approx.
100 min.

Thursday Nov. 17th
Pink Floyd (1966-1980)

From their early work with the legendary but doomed Syd Barrett to
later iconic albums like Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall, Pink
Floyd have created a body of work that ranks among the greats of rock and roll. Pink Floyd exploded on Swinging London’s music scene during the mid 1960s with their strange, trippy, spaced out, psychedelic sound. After hit songs like See Emily Play and Arnold Lane, the group’s genius songwriter/singer/bass player Syd Barrett had a mental breakdown and could no longer perform. Replaced by David Gilmour, it took time for the band to find a new voice, but when they did the result was landmark works like Dark Side of the Moon, Animals, Wish You Were Here, and The Wall. Shelley Archives has looked deep into their vault and discovered extraordinary rare color and black & white footage of Pink Floyd from their earliest days playing on television, concerts, promotional films, newsreels, out takes, home movies and more! This evening of amazing performances will present a full retrospective of Pink Floyd’s entire career from the 1960s to their
groundbreaking concerts from all around the world during the 1970s. No
fan of this brilliant band will want to miss this evening of classic
footage of Pink Floyd! Approx. 90 min.

Sat. Dec. 11th
Celebrating Frank Sinatra’s 95th Birthday

The Legend & Legacy of Frank Sinatra A treat for all ages, Frank Sinatra – The Chairman of the Board –
returns front and center in this special one-night-only celebration of
his musical legacy, featuring rare television, concert, and motion
picture performances that span his unrivaled career.
Performances featured in this retrospective include Young at Heart,
Strangers in the Night, My Way, New York, New York, It Was a Very Good Year, That’s Life, High Hopes, Lady Is a Tramp, and many more. Also featured are excerpts of musical performances from his favorite
Hollywood films including High Society, Young at Heart, On the Town,
Robin and the 7 Hoods, and Pal Joey.
These rare clips present Frank Sinatra in solo performances and with
some of his favorite singing partners, including Dean Martin, Sammy
Davis, Jr., Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Gene Kelly, Count Basie,
Louis Armstrong, and even Elvis!

These are exclusive New Jersey Premiere presentations. These
collections are unavailable anywhere else and are part of the personal
and private collection of the Shelley Archives. Each film pieces
together footage from rare concerts, television show performances
(from Europe & USA), promos, interviews, out-takes, rehearsal footage, home movies and more from a wide-ranging variety of musical subjects.

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