Reverb tells the story of three musicians who were part of the late 80's, early 90's post punk scene in Chicago, IL. Larry Damore and Joe Haggerty from the band Pegboy and Herb Rosen from the band Rights of the Accused all have another passion outside of the music....fly fishing…huh, what? Yes, fly fishing.
The documentary explores their relationship as fisherman, musicians and delves into their history as part of the punk scene in Chicago. This is not your ordinary film. The documentary features the music of both Pegboy and ROTA. Reverb toured as part of the 2012 Fly Fishing Film Tour and let's just say, created a lot of buzz within the fly fishing community...for better or worse.
Punk rock, meet fly fishing.
Also included in this download option are four extra features totaling 45 minutes:
The early Chicago scene
The band & the music
Strong Reaction live at The Cobra Lounge (2011)
Fly fishing the Drifltess extended
To Keep up with all things Pegboy:
Reverb was originally a special feature on the Heart of the Driftless dvd that was released in 2011. If you interested in purchasing the dvd, it can be ordered via thirdyearflyfisher.com.
Heart of the Driftless is the third dvd from fly fishing filmmaker Robert Thompson. His previous works can be download from the links below.
| Reverb: Main Feature |
Reverb: Main Feature
| Pegboy: The Band |
Pegboy: The Band
| "Strong Reaction" Live...Cobra Lounge 2011 |
"Strong Reaction" Live...Cobra Lounge 2011
| Reverb: Extended Fishing scenes |
Reverb: Extended Fishing scenes
| The Chicago Scene: The Early Years |
The Chicago Scene: The Early Years