Acoustic in the Armory
Documentary · Music
This music performance docuseries unlocks the history of the Duluth Armory, the storied venue was a hub of 20th century music history.
S01:E01 - Charlie Parr
Folk guitarist Charlie Parr performs in the Duluth Armory, the same venue Bob Dylan claimed Buddy Holly "transmitted something… I didn't know what. It gave me the chills.”
S01:E02 - Ingeborg Von Agassiz
Ingeborg von Agassiz pays the same stage that Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper, and Ritchie Valens shared just days before "the music died."
S01:E03 - Rick McLean
Rick McLean performs on the Armory stage, and talks about music as his well-chosen vice.
S01:E04 - Superior Siren
Folk guitarist Superior Siren plays the historic Duluth Armory, one of the last venues played by Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper, and Ritchie Valens before "the music died."
S01:E05 - Alan Sparhawk
Alan Sparhawk, of the acclaimed dream-pop band LOW, closes this miniseries with a chilling performance.
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