Hey-Hey My-My! Audio Review of ‘Rock Camp: The Movie’

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com does an Audio Film Review on January 15th, 2021, with an overview of the new film “Rock Camp: The Movie,” opening on virtual cinema – including MusicBox.com in Chicago – on January 15th, 2021.

Rock n Roll Fantasy Camps, founded by promoter David Fishof, have been around for 25 years. This associative “rock doc” in an exploration of what the camps are and do, answering the never-die dream question in every rock fan’s soul… can I be a rock n roll star, at least through the duration of the fantasy camp? A-list mentors like Roger Daltrey, Jeff Beck, Paul Stanley of KISS, Nancy Wilson of Heart and other ancillary rockers like Judas Priest and other bands are featured, as well as the campers themselves.

Rock Camp: The Movie
Photo credit: Giant Pictures

Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com reviewed “Rock Camp: The Movie” on January 15th, 2021, …

“Rock Camp: The Movie” is available on virtual cinema – including Chicago at MusicBox.com – beginning January 15th. Featuring Roger Daltrey, Brian Wilson, Gene Simmons, Nancy Wilson, Jeff Beck and Alice Cooper. For more information click RockCampTheMovie.com. Co-written by Kimberly Furst. Co-written and directed by Renee Barron and Douglas Blush. Not Rated

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