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LINK & ROCK HALL 2018 - THE VIEW FROM HERE

With just a little over three weeks until voting closes for the 2018 Rock Hall nominees, I thought I’d take a moment to give you the view from here, and address some points that have been voiced on Twitter, the Link Wray Fan Group on Facebook, and emails we’ve received at LinkWray.com.

THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME

“Link’s too good for that place.” “It’s too corporate…” “It should be called the Pop Music Hall of Fame.” Hey, I get it. Link was eligible for induction at the Rock Hall’s inception, 33 years ago. With each passing year, his omission is more glaring. Love it or hate it, an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is an honor. Link’s legacy deserves this, and it means the world to his family and fans.

THE FAN BALLOT

The “fan ballot” is comprised of the Top 5 vote-getters in the fan poll. At the time of this posting, Bon Jovi leads with over 660,000 votes, and a total of 2.4 million votes going to the Top Five.

The fan ballot is ONE Rock Hall ballot to be counted with the other 900 ballot holders, who are previous Rock Hall inductees and industry people. So, if one were to lobby and flip two of those ballot holders, the fan ballot is effectively null and void.

Today, Link’s first generation fans are pushing 80 years of age. Most are not going to be online. On the flip side, Bon Jovi’s first generation fans have smart phones and can easily vote daily.

Don’t put a lot of weight in the fan ballot.

THE INDUCTION PROCESS

The only “cut in stone” requirement for induction is that the artist must wait 25 years after their first release to become eligible for nomination. After that, it’s all subjective.

Let’s take a look at the categories for which Link qualifies.

PERFORMER

This category honors bands or solo artists which demonstrate musical excellence. Includes, but is not limited to, influence on other performers or genres; length and depth of career and catalog; stylistic innovations; or superior technique and skills. LINK FITS.

EARLY INFLUENCE

These artists pre-date the birth of rock and roll, but have had a profound impact on the music’s evolution and its iconic artists. LINK FITS. We blogged about it last year.

THE AWARD FOR MUSICAL EXCELLENCE

Honors performers, songwriters and producers who have changed the course of music history. These artists have dedicated their lives to creating influential, important music infused with originality, and have achieved a level of timeless distinction. LINK FITS.

I used to say I’d like to see Link inducted as a Performer, but Early Influence would be okay too. However, after reading the criteria for the Musical Excellence category, I feel that Link would be honored to know that a group of industry folks and artists like him thought he changed the course of history with his music.

Link’s legacy is on a high like never before. This year, his music has been placed in national commercials. LPs, which were out of print for decades, enjoyed sold-out reissues. There’s a biography due out in a few months. And to cap it off, there’s the film “Rumble.” It played at sold-out screenings all over the world, won Sundance and a dozen other awards and is under consideration for an Oscar nomination next month. Not bad for a rocker who’s been gone a dozen years. There are a few more surprises in the works, and it is going to be a banner year for Link Wray.

But again, let’s not minimize the honor that being in the Rock Hall will bring Link and his family and his legacy. His is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s most glaring omission. But the Rock Hall can change that. Now, more than any time in the past two decades, this is Link’s year. - Greg


LinkWray.com VISITS THE ROCK HALL

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With Link being a 2018 Rock Hall nominee, LinkWray.com decided to pay a visit to the hallowed Hall. Here’s our report.

Before I left Florida, I hit my local shirt shop and found the loudest shirt in the place - neon green. It was so damn bright I thought it would glow in the dark. I had them print in big block letters: INDUCT LINK WRAY

I planned to get pictures everywhere I could, and blast them on Twitter and Facebook every chance I got. That idea ended up working better than I could have imagined. I tweeted a pic of me standing outside of the building in front of the Rock Hall sign and by the time I walked in the door, the Rock Hall had already re-tweeted it to their thousands of followers! A pic of the INDUCT LINK WRAY shirt AND the Link Wray website address!

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But onto the Hall...
It was impressive, very well laid out, and covered every genre of rock as well as pop and hip hop. The early “rockin’ country” artists (Hank Sr., Bob Wills) were relegated to the Early Influence area. They did have a nice display of early Les Paul guitars but unless I missed it, other than Les I found zero jazz... and I’m one of those “rock in my Rock Hall” guys, so that was OK with me.

There were interactive theaters, a 50 Years of Rolling Stone exhibit, an Elvis display, blah, blah, blah... But, that’s not why you are here. Let’s talk about LINK. Actually, thanks to the new GUITAR display, he looms pretty large at the Rock Hall!

On the third floor, the Rock Hall just put up a huge exhibit on the electric guitar, showcasing 15 guitars from notable players. I thought a big plus was that the display was NOT your standard Page, Beck, Clapton “rock gods” exhibit. There was a bit of that - guitars from Jerry Garcia, John Lennon, Billie Joe of Green Day - but the cool part was that the majority of the display was of guitarists the “average” Rock fan (i.e. a majority of the Fan Poll voters) may not have heard of. So there was an educational component there and kudos to the Rock Hall for that.

So what about Link?

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The FIRST guitar you see in this display is a black Fender that Link used on one of his last tours.
The FIRST photo you see on the video screen is Link.
The FIRST sound clip you hear is RUMBLE.

There’s also a video display featuring Link in “The Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll.”

Do I have any criticisms? No, but I do have some suggestions…

  • The display plaque has Link at #67 in Rolling Stone’s “Top 100” guitarists. On a later list, he was in the Top 50. But the “average rock fan” would never notice.
  • The photo of Link used in the exhibit had him playing a different guitar than the one displayed. Videos and photos of other artists were of them using the actual guitar displayed. But the “average rock fan” would never notice.
  • When I visited the Hall in 1993, the Inductee area was at the very top floor, with signatures of inductees etched in backlit glass in a pitch black room. It was very cool and had a lot of “wow” factor. Today, inductees are plaques on a wall. Nice, but not as “prestigious” as the earlier display.
  • Finally, and most shocking... unless I missed it, there was ZERO information on the 2018 nominees to be found. Racks packed with brochures on the inductees and maps of the Rock Hall, but no flyers on voting for the 2018 nominees!

Almost forgot! About a half dozen of the employees of the Rock Hall said they liked the shirt and agreed it’s time for Link to get in.


All in all, recommended. I think the guitar exhibit runs for the next few months. Hopefully, they’ll expand Link’s artifacts on display, oh... maybe around April! - Greg

LINK WRAY 101

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Wow! The Rock and Roll Forever Foundation and TeachRock.org will have a lesson plan taught in schools featuring Link Wray! From the TeachRock.org press release:

The award-winning documentary RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World tells the story of a profound, essential, and, until now, missing chapter in the history of American music: the Indigenous influence. The Rock and Roll Forever Foundation is helping bring that story to American classrooms with five, standards-aligned RUMBLE lesson plans.

At the 2018 SXSWEdu conference in Austin, Texas, the Rock and Roll Forever Foundation will explore the educational possibilities of RUMBLE through a panel discussion featuring director/producer Catherine Bainbridge, producer Christina Fon, and Smithsonian Curator of Culture and the Arts John Troutman. Foundation Director Bill Carbone will lead panel members in discussions of their personal research, and use materials within the five TeachRock RUMBLE lesson plans to consider how footage of artists such as Link Wray, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Johnny Cash, Jimi Hendrix, and the Black Eyed Peas can empower Social Studies, ELA, History and teachers across disciplines to engage students in discussions of Native American life both past and present.

LINK WRAY COMING HBO CANADA!

Twelve years to the day after Link’s passing, the Sundance award winning film RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD featuring Rock Hall 2018 nominee LINK WRAY makes it’s debut on HBO Canada!

So watch the movie, then VOTE HERE for Link’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!

RUMBLE ON ITUNES AND AMAZON!

TODAY’S THE DAY!

After hearing about it on LinkWray.com the past few years, you can now buy or rent RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD starting TODAY on iTunes and Amazon!

Physical copies of the DVD are available on Amazon. You can RENT or BUY a download RIGHT NOW on iTunes or Amazon.

Make sure you leave a review, and VOTE FOR LINK to be inducted in Rock Hall 2018!

ROCK HALL UPDATE...

Prior to the Rock Hall announcements I thought after the year Link’s legacy has had, he was a shoo-in for a nominee then would be selected as an Early Influence. Done deal.

Then they announced Sister Rosetta Tharpe as a nominee as well, and my prediction went out the door because SRT and Link are both worthy Early Influence inductees.

Link making it into the Top 5 Fan poll will be difficult - he passed away a dozen years ago, and his “first generation fans” are all pushing 80. Bon Jovi’s first gen fans all have computers and smartphones. This year’s fan poll really says a lot on how much the voting “rock fans” really know - the most influential are near the bottom of the poll.

History shows only the #1 Fan vote getter has been inducted each year. #2 thru 5 have been passed over in years past.
And it’s true, a million Fan votes equals ONE ballot vote. Sway just two ballot holders, we have doubled the results of a million Fan votes.

BUT, if the press notices Link’s slow climb in the poll, I think it may sway a ballot holder or two. Everyone loves a good underdog story.

Right now we are running the RUMBLE DVD contest on Twitter where people have to post reasons why Link should be inducted. The Rock Hall has made Twitter “the place” for Rock Hall 2018, so we are hoping the extra Link posts there may sway a ballot holder or two (or a few dozen). There’s a couple other things in the works that, if they come together, should really blow your mind.

All that being said, after the year Link’s legacy has had, this year - more than any year - is his time for the Rock Hall.

WIN A RUMBLE DVD!

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WIN A RUMBLE DVD! Contest runs between now and October 31st! It’s easy to enter and open to everyone on Twitter:

1. TWEET why Link Wray should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

2. ENTER as many times as you like.

3. Link’s daughter Beth picks here Top Ten favorites on October 31st.

This campaign is being run on Twitter and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has made it “the” place to discuss #rockhall2018. So head over and enter! Then, vote for Link HERE. A very special thank you to Rumble Film, Rezolution Pictures and Kino Lorber for donating the DVDs for this contest.

THIEVES SUCK

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It only took seven days. SEVEN DAYS.

Last night I’m on Facebook, and this comes across my Facebook feed. MY picture from ANOTHER company selling our COPYRIGHTED, estate authorized Link Wray shirts! Our design and our photos have been stolen. And if that wasn’t enough, Facebook got paid to spread this theft all over the world via a sponsored ad.

I have reported this to Facebook, the website teepro.org and their other website teechip.com. I’m waiting to see if they will do the right thing.

Your purchase of a heavy cotton, estate approved silk screened tee shirt from LinkWray.com/merch, guarantees ALL PROFITS go back into to the website, towards promoting the legacy of Link Wray.

Your purchase of an inferior quality, ink jet printed shirt on teepro.org guarantees your money will line the pockets of a thief.

Thank you everyone for your support. Greg

Vote LINK! #rockhall2018

SCREAMIN' RED TEE SHIRTS!

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Grab yourself one of our new tee shirts! Our exclusive design features Link and his iconic SCREAMIN’ RED guitar!

SEE OUR MERCH PAGE to pick up this, and other exclusive Link Wray merchandise. All proceeds help cover domain name and website fees.

Thank you in advance for your support.

VOTE FOR LINK WRAY

Please take a moment and VOTE FOR LINK in the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame fan poll. Please vote for LINK ONLY and from every device you have. You can vote once a day between now and December 5, 2017.

Native American. Korean War veteran. One lunged rocker. Changed the face of Rock and Roll. More than any artist this year - no one has done more for rock and roll than Link Wray.

VOTE HERE

LINK WRAY - 2018 ROCK HALL NOMINEE

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Today it was announced that Link Wray is a nominee for the Class of 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Now it’s time to get to work.

CLICK HERE for the action plan to help Link’s chances for induction.

CLICK HERE to vote for Link Wray. You can vote once a day.

Today Link is one step closer to getting in the Rock Hall, but the man who gave rock and roll intentional distortion and the power chord is still on the outside looking in.

Link Wray was ahead of his time. It’s time for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to catch up to Link Wray.

"LINK WRAY" IS NAMED THE BEST NEW REISSUE!

“In 1971 Link Wray made one of the best roots rock albums ever.”

Link Wray’s self titled Polydor LP is named “the best new reissue” by Pitchfork! Read the review.

WIN LINK WRAY RECORDS!

Submit your cover song from Link’s self-titled LINK WRAY, BE WHAT YOU WANT TO or MORDICAI JONES albums to the folks over at Light In The Attic Records. The winner could end up with FREE Link Wray records and social media fame! Screen Shot 2017-08-07 at 8.41.59 PM

LITTLE STEVEN ON RUMBLE

Little Steven Van Zandt tells us why Link Wray’s RUMBLE is “the sexiest, toughest riff in all of rock and roll.”

Another incredible web exclusive brought to you by RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD!

LINK IN TIMES SQUARE, NYC!

The fine folks at Rezolution Pictures and Kino Lorber are cranking up the promotional machine for RUMBLE!

In preparation for the nationwide release this week, here is a shot of the Hard Rock Cafe marquee in Times Square New York City, featuring Link’s image.

CLICK HERE for the latest details on the screening locations of the Sundance and HotDocs award winning RUMBLE. Don’t be late because the film kicks off with Link’s story.

THE TEACHER AND HIS STUDENTS

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DUNN AREA HISTORY MUSEUM

The Dunn Area History Museum will soon be moving to it’s new location at the Prince Building at 201 East Broad Street in Dunn. It will also be featuring a permanent exhibit on Link Wray, with video and several donations by Link’s daughter Beth!

RUMBLE ACROSS THE WORLD!

To keep up with all the latest screening locations of the award winning film RUMBLE, click here.

LINK'S "SHACK" LP IS BACK IN PRINT!

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For the first time in close to half a century, Link’s classic self-titiled “Shack” LP is back in print!

The fine folks at Light In The Attic Records will release this LP on vinyl July 21st! This is a faithful reproduction, including the original die-cut sleeve!

Quickly forgotten when it was released in 1971, this Link LP has become a sought-after classic. This record is like nothing Link ever did before, or since. Backwoods, gut-bucket country blues, it can be argued that this record kicked off the Americana genre.

Pre-order this gem here. Do it now, because there is an ultra limited edition of 400 LPs on YELLOW vinyl!

While you’re at it, you can order the follow-ups to this classic, BEANS AND FATBACK as well as MORDICAI JONES. Tell ‘em LinkWray.com sent ya!

THE FINAL RUMBLE

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Anthony Ausgang wrote a review for Link’s last gig for a California paper that was never published. Anthony just found it and wanted to share it with Link fans. So, presented here is Anthony’s review of Link’s last gig. You can also find more reviews and photos of Link’s final rumble here.

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GLENDALE CRUISE NIGHT
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Death may be waiting in the wings but on Saturday night The Grim Reaper didn't even have a backstage pass. The "Godfather of Punk Guitar", Link Wray, was onstage front and center demonstrating the life saving qualities of the power chord, the whammy bar and gnarly "no effects" distortion. Rightfully staking claim as the O.G. of these musical potions of eternal youth, Link Wray raved on like a 16 year old as he slipped into "Rawhide". Even through his almost opaque sunglasses his defiant glare drove the pit crowd into a frenzy and his slinky, sexy power chords and lines stupefied the uninitiated. But the power wasn't just in the chords, it was also in the specter of this Rock and Roll survivor who makes Iggy Pop look like a mewling newborn. At 76 years old and as beaten up as a '37 Ford left out in the field, Link Wray made the understated slow-mo violence of "Rumble" as threatening now as when it was banned in 1958. Effortlessly keeping the fear alive, Wray tore through "Jack The Ripper", daring the audience to make something of it as only an old man can do who's veneration protects him from attack. Closing with a reprise of "Rumble", Wray finally threw his guitar down and began kicking it until he was led offstage. The guitar just lay there screaming, no one would go near it.

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!

AN EXCLUSIVE RUMBLE CLIP OF DAN AUERBACH

In this clip, Dan Auerbach listens to RUMBLE, talks about seeing Link Wray and how he influenced his career.

AN EXCLUSIVE RUMBLE CLIP OF WAYNE KRAMER

Link Wray 101. Wayne Kramer of the MC5 shows how Link changed rock and roll.


Wayne Kramer (The MC5) ****RUMBLE Web Exclusive**** from Rezolution Pictures on Vimeo.

RUMBLE IN ARIZONA

See Link Wray in RUMBLE at the Illuminate Film Festival in Sedona Arizona on June 4th at 5:15!

RUMBLE IN GERMANY

See Link in the Sundance award winner RUMBLE - THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD May 6 and May 8 in Munich Germany at the Dok Fest!

RUMBLE IN CANADA

RUMBLE heads to Canada April 30 - May 2 at the Hot Docs Canadian International Film Festival! It will also be at the DOXA Documentary Film Festival on May 5th at the Vancity Theater at 1181 Seymour Street in Vancouver!

RUMBLE ALL OVER CALIFORNIA!

RUMBLE hits LA on Sunday April 23rd at 4pm! It is part of the Canada Now Film Series. Screening will be at the American Cinematheque at Aero Theater, 1328 Montana Street, Los Angeles, CA.

May 13 - Doclands Film Festival at the California Film Institute, San Rafael Film Centre, and on June 2nd it’s RUMBLE IN MENDOCINO at the Mendocino Film Festival.

RUMBLE IN DENMARK

RUMBLE comes to the MUSIKFILM FEST in Copenhagen Denmark! Saturday, April 23rd, 2-3:30pm! Musikfilm Festivalen, Cinemateket, Gothersgade 55, 1123 Kobenhaven

RUMBLE IN TORONTO

RUMBLE heads to the DOXA Documentary Film Festival on May 5th! BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE!

RUMBLE IN AUSTRALIA

Australian premiere in June! RUMBLE heads down under to the SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL. All the details are HERE.

REISSUED LINK FROM 1996

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April 14 marks the release of THE RUMBLE MAN on CD and a CD/DVD package.

But, don't get too excited. This is the third time these recordings have been released on CD and DVD. These items are audio and video recordings from a 1996 tour Link did in the UK. So if you have either releases of WALKING DOWN A STREET CALLED LOVE on CD, or if you have THE RUMBLE MAN or THE KING OF RUMBLE on DVD, you already have this material. If you don’t have it in your collection yet, the DVD covers the only time Link has sat down for a full length interview and the material has been out of print for a dozen or so years.

I'd like to say there might be new liner notes, or unreleased photos, but the fact that a late 70's Link picture was used on the cover of this 1996 era Link recordings, I'd bet it's not too likely...

RUMBLE ACROSS THE USA!

RUMBLE - THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD is scheduled for a Summer 2017 release in movie theaters across the USA! Pretty amazing when you think that almost 60 years after Link set the world on fire with RUMBLE, he will be in a film shown across the USA of the very same name. More details as we get them…

RUMBLE IN NEW MEXICO

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The Sundance award winner RUMBLE - THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD will have it’s New Mexico premiere at the historic Kimo Theater on Route 66! RUMBLE will be the opening night movie at the Albuquerque Film and Music Experience.

The screening date is June 6 at the historic Kimo Theater, located at 425 Central Avenue NW, Albuquerque - right on Route 66! Doors open at 7, showtime is 7:30pm. BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE.

Stevie Salas, the Executive Director of RUMBLE, will also be honored at this event. He will be receiving the 2017 Visionary Award at the Festival.

RUMBLE IN FLORIDA

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RUMBLE rolls into the Sunshine State with a two night screening at the 2017 Florida Film Festival in Maitland. You can see this Sundance award winning film featuring Link Wray on April 24th and April 29th!

TICKET INFORMATION HERE

RUMBLE IN BUDAPEST

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See Link in RUMBLE - THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD at the Titanic International Film Festival, April 7 thru April 9 in Budapest Hungary.

TICKET AND SCREENING INFORMATION

RUMBLE IN NEW YORK

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See RUMBLE in New York City at the IFC Center, 323 6th Avenue at West 3rd Street. There will be two screenings at 7 and 9 pm on April 6.

BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE.

RECORD STORE DAY 2017

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There will be two Link Wray LPs reissued for Record Store Day this year, BEANS AND FATBACK and BE WHAT YOU WANT TO, brought to you by the fine folks at Tidal Waves Music.

BEANS AND FATBACK has been out of print since 1973 and never released outside Europe.

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Polydor LP, was reissued a dozen years ago on a very limited CD in Europe, but it has been out of print in vinyl format since 1973.

Both of these Link Wray recordings will be available worldwide on a limited edition to 2500 vinyl copies!

For more on Tidal Waves Music, you can check them out
on the web, on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Soundcloud and Instagram.

LINK MUSIC FEATURED IN NEW COMMERCIAL

RUMBLE. The perfect soundtrack for any kind of turf war.

RUMBLE IN CLEVELAND

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Cleveland Rocks, but this month Cleveland will RUMBLE!

Link can be seen in the Sundance award winning RUMBLE on March 30th and 31st at the CLEVELAND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. Get your details here.

CIFF is a short mile away from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Maybe some of the powers-that-be over at the Rock Hall will attend a screening and finally see what they’ve been missing. Will it happen? The Shadow Knows… HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

RUMBLE IN NORTH CAROLINA

Winston-Salem! Time to RUMBLE! March 31! River Run Film Festival in Winston-Salem. BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE.

RUMBLE IN GREECE

RUMBLE makes it’s European debut at the Thessaloniki Film Festival in Greece March 10th and 11th. DETAILS HERE!

RUMBLE IN MASSACHUSETTS

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RUMBLE at Martha’s Vineyard on March 18th! BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE.

RUMBLE IN TORONTO

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Canadian Link Fans! RUMBLE - THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD is heading to the HotDocs Film Festival. Details here.

If you’re attending, we welcome your event photos and reviews. Contact us!

RUMBLE IN BOULDER

Executive Producer Stevie Salas reports last night’s screening of RUMBLE - THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD was sold out, and the audience had some excellent questions prior to the screening

The Rumble keeps on rolling…

RUMBLE FILM LINKS

Get the latest on screenings and stay up to date on the Sundance award winning film RUMBLE - THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD by visiting the following LINKs (typo intended).

Rumble film on FACEBOOK Rumble film on TWITTER Rumble film WEBSITE