Heaven Stood Still
The Incarnations of Willy DeVilleThe life and times of the most original American singer/ songwriter of the last 50 years presented by Doc'n Roll Film Festival ...a Boston Premiere Screening Event!
Thursday, June 29 - 7:30pm
Question & Answer w/ Co-Producers
Award-winning documentarian Larry Locke and Crispin Cioe,
who toured/recorded with Willy DeVille!
Following the screening, the audience is invited to a Q & A Session with Locke and Cioe and a special guest, moderated by Sirius XM’s Meg Griffin.
SEATING & GENERAL INFORMATION
All tickets bought for this event are for GENERAL ADMISSION seating.
If you need reasonable accommodation such as wheelchair accessible seating….
...please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849
Wheelchair Accessible seating is Available
Doors Will Open for Seating at least 30-Minutes prior to the start-time.
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ACCESSIBLE SEATING IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE BALCONY.
There is no elevator access to the balcony.
Requires climbing several flights of stairs.
SEAT TYPES & PRICING INFORMATION
[A $3.00 Ticketing Fee will be added upon check-out at ALL Points-of-Sale]
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GENERAL ADMISSION: $17.00
The Balcony will not initially be open for seating…
There was no one like the American singer Willy DeVille. From CBGB’s Latin punk to New Orleans soul singer to the premiere voice of American roots music on the continent of Europe for three decades, he was arguably the most original, most romantic artist of his time, writing and performing the Academy Award-nominated theme to the movie The Princess Bride. No one inhabited as many musical styles and personas, and everything about him was a work of art.
DeVille sold over a million records and was deeply respected by his peers, from Ben E. King to Bob Dylan, for peerless playing and songs that were anthems to the heartbroken and the downtrodden. Yet almost no one knows anything about him, where he came from or who he loved. How could he fly under the radar for 35 years yet leave so much we do know in his path? That is the mystery of Willy DeVille.