Gypsy: Rock & Roll Nomads (DVD)

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Gypsy: Rock & Roll Nomads (DVD)

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In the 1960s, The Underbeats became one of the most popular bands in the Twin Cities. When the band relocated to Los Angeles and changed their name to Gypsy in the late 60s, they had the good fortune of landing a house gig at the Whisky-A-Go Go on The Sunset Strip—one of the most important music clubs of the time. Local filmmaker Aaron Goodyear takes us on a trip of discovery of this underrated band and their adventures from the LA club scene to full-on arena rock.

"Gypsy: Rock & Roll Nomads" was featured at the 2016 Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival.

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In 1968 the Minneapolis band, The Underbeats, relocated to Los Angeles with hopes of a brighter musical future than The Midwest could ever offer. The band changed its name to Gypsy and began a rapid rise through the LA music scene. 

Hear from band members and people close to the band as the story of Gypsy is revisited 50 years later. Watch as this important, largely unknown piece of the American Rock & Roll story is uprooted and saved from falling through the cracks of history. Directed by a native of Bemidji, Minn., Aaron Goodyear.