Watch Silent Films Accompanied by Wurlitzer Organ Music
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The last date listed for Silent Movies with the Wurlitzer Organ was Friday April 13, 2012 / 8:00pm (The General).
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Known for their instrumental chops, sweet harmonies and engaging live performances, Americana trio Red Molly count a legion of "Redheads" and none other than music legend Willie Nelson among their fans. With Laurie MacAllister (banjo, bass), Abbie Gardner (dobro, banjo) and Molly Venter (guitar), Red Molly has toured the U.S., Australia and Europe and played prestigious festivals. For this show, upright bass player Michael Clem, a founding member of the Washington D.C.-based Eddie From Ohio (EFO), will join the band. Longtime friends of Red Molly, the Ellicott City-based trio We're About 9 will open the show. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar Member
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"The General" is listed among the Top 100 Funniest Movies of all times, for good reason. Buster Keaton carried off each comedic (and athlectically demanding)disaster with his famed unflinching facial expression. The movie was sheer pleasure, and the Wurlitzer organ accompaniment throughout the entire 80 minutes was awe-inspring.
As always, Goldstar has provided a very worth- while entertainment deal.
February 4, 2012 at 3:00pm: Wings (1927)
Two World War I pilots and the girl next door find themselves entangled in a love triangle. Starring Clara Bow and Charles “Buddy” Rogers, Wings was the first film ever to win the Academy Award for Best Picture.
April 13, 2012 at 8:00pm: The General (1920)
A laugh-out-loud silent classic, starring Buster Keaton. “Old Stone Face”, Keaton’s nickname, fits perfectly as he portrays the stoic and persistent underdog who greets triumph and disaster with the same unflinching look.