What do “Sesame Street”, “Downton Abbey”, and Uncle Leon and the Alibis have in common?
Well apparently, they’re all on public television. At least that’s the case in Austin, Minnesota, where local station KSMQ has produced a new roller derby documentary, entitled “Talk Derby to Me”, featuring a couple derby-themed songs you might recognize.
The documentary is scheduled to make its TV premiere sometime in February, but you can get a sneak peek at it right here:
Special thanks to Jeff Gould and the people at KSMQ for making this happen.
It’s time to trot out that old holiday favorite, “I Seen Santa Drinking at the Bar”. If you like the song, you can download it for free here.
And speaking of holiday drinking… why not give the gift of Uncle Leon this season? You can download our latest album, “Wild Ways”, for just 5 bucks. Give it a listen at our music page.
Some of you may have wondered what Uncle Leon’s been up to these last couple months. Did he get arrested? Go on an extended whiskey bender? Buy a banjo and run off to join Mumford and Sons?
Nope. The truth is, Leon went and made a movie.
“The Pill Girls” is the story of a sweet, innocent girl who comes to the big city looking for love and opportunity—and instead finds herself caught up in a gang of violent, psychedelic-addicted, devil-worshiping go-go girls.
Right now, “The Pill Girls” is just a 4-minute concept trailer. But with enough public interest, attention (and, you know… money), it may actually become a full-length feature.
The trailer has just been entered into the International Movie Trailer Festival. Please take a few minutes to go watch it. If you like what you see, please vote for it, and do what you can to share it with the world.
With your help, this ridiculous little dream can grow up to become a huge, even more ridiculous reality.
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