Immediate Family takes up the story where “The Wrecking Crew” ended, taking a deep dive through some of the most famous and influential session musicians from the 1970s.
WED & THU | DEC 13th & 14th - 7:30pm
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 PRICING & DISCOUNT INFORMATION
[A $3.00 Ticketing Fee will be added upon check-out at ALL Points-of-Sale] - - - - - - - - GENERAL ADMISSION: $15.00 Senior Discount: $3.00-OFF | Veteran/Military Discount: $5.00
About the film…
”This film is a window into the lives of my musical brothers, whose gold standard is to make sure that every song they play on comes out even better than the songwriter imagined. Now they’re doing that for their own songs, and this film tells their story beautifully.” - Carole King
”A wonderful and fascinating encomium to the unsung heroes of the music of the 70s and so much more. I was thrilled to watch my favourite musicians (and dearest friends) celebrated for their musical brilliance, their prodigious influence and creativity - and for how much fun we all had (and, by the way, continue to have!)”. - Peter Asher
”Waddy and I sometimes, I think we’re the same person, except from California and New York, because we are like two sides of a coin and that’s why we have been working together for so long I think. Because I would never want anybody else to be my musical director, or my lead guitarist, because Waddy makes me feel safe and always has in any situation, no matter how frightening the situation, as long as he’s standing next to me, I know I’m safe.” - Stevie Nicks
”One of the things about the comradery was the knowledge of what it’s like to make music together and to collaborate. on something like that. Like put down a tune and everybody work together as a sort of team or a community on this tune. It’s a bond, it’s such a special thing to be able to do. “The creative input of these session guys cannot be overstated. It can’t be overstated. I mean it just can’t be overstated.” -James Taylor