Spend An Evening With Saddlecreek

  |  Buy to Own: 05/09/2005
  |  90 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC


In 1993, a group of childhood friends in Omaha, Nebraska released 100 copies of a cassette tape by a 13-year-old singer-songwriter/little brother, Conor Oberst. Two years later, the name Saddle Creek Records was etched in vinyl and what began as a collective local music scene would soon gain attention as a centre of independent music in America. This is the story of the record label as told by the people who made it happen. With extensive interviews, rare performances and archival footage, the film is an oral and visual history of how the combination of talent, dedication and collaboration launched bands like Bright Eyes, Cursive and The Faint into the national eye and has fostered a close-knit family of artists that continues to inspire each other and their fans.