Put this down in your calenders Los Angeles fiends. On September 30th, the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood will welcome George A. Romero, John Harrison and Sherman “Bub” Howard for a FREE Day of the Dead screening, courtesy of La-La Land Records, Waxwork Records and Creature Features. Read on for this awesome events details.We got this news via our friends at Shocktillyoudrop.com here’s what the whole event is about. It’s gonna be a great evening.
The event is being put on to celebrate the release of La-La Land’s brand new, expanded and remastered 2-CD limited edition release of John Harrison’s immortal Day of the Dead score, along with Waxwork Record’s limited edition double-vinyl version of the same title.
A special live discussion with composer John Harrison, director/writer George A. Romero and actor Sherman Howard “Bub,” hosted by film music writer and DAY liner notes author Jeff Bond. Admission is FREE, but a ticket must be obtained at lalalandrecords.com.
A soundtrack signing will follow with John Harrison, George A. Romero and Howard Sherman. They will sign ONLY DAY OF THE DEAD SOUNDTRACKS (CD and Vinyl) PURCHASED AT THE EVENT. No other items will be signed at this event. Additionally, Mr. Romero does not personalize autographs, but he will allow pictures. NOTE: These autograph rules will be strictly enforced.
The new DAY OF THE DEAD soundtracks will be available for purchase at this Egyptian Theater event, ahead of the CD’s official release on October 8th. CD RETAIL PRICE: $20. VINYL RETAIL PRICE: $35.The 2-CD set is limited to 3000 units. The newly-mixed and expanded film score is showcased on Disc One, while the remastered original soundtrack presentation is on Disc Two. 24 Page CD Booklet is packed with pics and exclusive liner notes! For more info on Waxwork’s amazing double vinyl album, visit www.waxworkrecords.com
Seating is general admission and is first come, first serve.See you at the big show!
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