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ANOTHER LINK WRAY COMMERCIAL!

Ford is featuring RUMBLE in a national television commercial! (if you’re viewing this on a mobile device, be sure to click the play button in the middle of the video and not the green on at the bottom left.)

MUSIC REALMS INTERVIEW

I was recently honored to be interviewed by MusicRealms.com this month. If you’d like to hear a Link story or two, learn how LinkWray.com came about, as well as other American music projects I’ve been involved with, you can read the interview here. You can also check out the rest of the cool rock and roll goings-on at MusicRealms.com here!

RUMBLE IN DC!

The Sundance and HotDocs award winning film RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD is coming to the AFI DOCS film festival!

RUMBLE will be screening June 16. Get your tickets NOW because this film is guaranteed to SELL OUT in Link’s old stomping grounds of Washington DC!

MORDICAI JONES - VINYL REISSUE!

The fine folks at Tidal Waves Music will be reissuing Link’s MORDICAI JONES LP - part of the “Shack Trilogy” on June 16. This vinyl record is limited to 1200 copies. Pre-order yours now at Light In The Attic. While you’re there, there’s a few remaining copies of the Record Store Day 2017 releases of BEANS AND FATBACK and BE WHAT YOU WANT TO - get ‘em before they are gone!

RUMBLE WINS AT THE HOTDOCS FILM FESTIVAL!

RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD was announced tonight as the winner of the Rogers Audience Award for the best Canadian Documentary at the prestigious HotDocs documentary film festival.As part of the award, directors Catherine Bainbridge and Alfonso Maiorana received a $50,000 cash prize from the Rogers Group of Funds.

Then, RUMBLE won the HotDocs Audience Award, coming in as number ONE out of 240 films!

Watch for RUMBLE in theaters across North America in July!

RUMBLE IN SEATTLE!

RUMBLE comes to the Seattle International Film Festival on May 26th and 27th. Meet Director Alfonso Maiorana and Producer Ernest Webb!

The May 26th screening is FREE but you must RSVP! DETAILS ARE HERE!