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Radio America (2015)

Not Rated | | Drama, Music | October 2015 (USA)
After being discovered at a music competition, two young famers find themselves living the rock star life. As their national tour becomes a massive success, they begin to lose track of ... See full summary »
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Jacob Motsinger ...
Eric Vandenberg
Christopher Alice ...
Dave Schultz
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Jane Taylor
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Donny
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Bill
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English Joe
Jeff Bold ...
Tomi Sullivan
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Bryce
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McMahon
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Simon Weinreib
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Young Eric
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Young Dave
Kaitlyn Serna ...
Young Jane
Robert Ebinger ...
Dave's Dad
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Marty Stockwell
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After being discovered at a music competition, two young famers find themselves living the rock star life. As their national tour becomes a massive success, they begin to lose track of their true selves until a tragic accident brings everything back into focus.

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A story about the magic of music. How two farm boys found it, lost it, and what it took to get it back.

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Drama | Music

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Not Rated
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Actor Christopher Showerman's directorial debut See more »

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Say It With Style
Written by Christopher Showerman
Drums: Bryce Meehan
Guitars: Nathan Caywood
Bass/Vocals: Christopher Showerman
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Radio amazing--- that tune is stuck in my head!!!!
25 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Firstly, I have to say, whoever wrote the theme song, Radio America, has written one of the songs that you cannot get out of your head for days and weeks!!! Arghhh!!!

The film itself is very endearing. As a musician myself, I have found that this story of an up and coming band navigating the world of the music industry to be very true - to -life. The characters and the drama were handled masterfully by Christopher Showerman, who directs with ease and comfort of a seasoned director.

This film gets better with multiple viewings because the songs and characters get under your skin in a good way.

I want more!!!


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