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Meet Me at the Meetinghouse - Tom Rush: No Regrets

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Join PPMtv for Meet Me at the Meetinghouse
For the screening of the documentary film...

Tom Rush: No Regrets
Best NH Documentary at NHFF in 2013

TOM RUSH: NO REGRETS is an 83-minute documentary about the influential folk legend, who also helped propel Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, and Jackson Browne into the spotlight features interviews with Tom Rush, James Taylor, Elektra Records’ Jac Holzman, and DJ Dick Summer, plus musical cameos by David Bromberg, Buskin & Batteau, Jonathan Edwards, and Dom Flemons of the Carolina Chocolate Drops.

Folksinger, songwriter, and guitarist Tom Rush recalls his illustrious and unconventional career in the new documentary, Tom Rush: No Regrets. The film chronicles Rush’s life, mostly from his own humorous, self-deprecating perspective. Tom Rush: No Regrets includes exclusive footage of the folk icon retracing his developmental New England footsteps, as well as recent concert appearances at Club Passim (formerly Club 47) and a 50th anniversary celebratory concert at Boston’s prestigious Symphony Hall in December 2012. The documentary is also interspersed with archival footage, photographs, and clippings.

Doors open at 6:00pm Film rolls at 7:00pm

Suggested donation (to benefit the work of PPMtv) $5.00

Seating is limited so RSVP early http://ppmtvnh.org/meet-me-at-the-meetinghouse/


Meet Me At the Meetinghouse' offers the community an opportunity to gather for entertainment and education one evening a month. Since 1866 the historic South Meetinghouse has been a place for people to come together and share ideas, information and conversation in Portsmouth. PPMtv (Portsmouth Public Media-local access television) is excited to host a variety of programs that support the long tradition and history of this location which has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982. Each curated program is open to the public inviting them to explore the creativity, knowledge and talent within their own community. The proceeds of this program helps support the efforts of PPMtv and the preservation of this historic location and to share this resource with the public.