Set in 1978, "The Uncle Gerry Show" chronicles the chaos of the most successful regional late night entertainer. Gerry Rocco is adored by all. His manager Donnie (Vincent Pastore) books the hottest acts of the 1960's and 1970's. Gerry struggles dealing with the temptations of fame, the time period, and a business run with his family, as a budding Italian film director captures the reality of Uncle Gerry's life.
In the pilot episode John Lennon (Tom Raider) and Yoko Ono (Noriko Sato) go head to head with Uncle Gerry. Starring Vincent Pastore (The Sopranos) and Tony Darrow (Goodfellas).
"Let Us In: Nashville" was a concert held at the famous Ryman auditorium in Nashville, TN, by Reviver Records and The Women and Cancer Fund. The show, hosted by Jeff Daniels, featured top country artists such as Kenny Loggins, Phil Vassar, former "Wings" guitarist Laurence Juber, and more. The Women and Cancer fund and Reviver Records worked together to raise awareness for women's cancers and honor Linda McCartney. Artists covered Sir Paul McCarney songs both live and on the album "Let Us In: Nashville," which can be purchased on iTunes.
Clarke Mayer Cinematography had the honor of shooting the "Let Us In: Nashville - A Tribute to Linda McCartney" concert at the famous Ryman Auditorium. Artists came and performed there renditions of Sir Paul McCartney songs to raise money and awareness for "The Women and Cancer Fund."
This short piece features former Wings guitarist Laurence Juber performing a song entitled "Cobalt Blue."