Charlie quits his job in New York to move home to Pennsylvania to manage his favorite hometown rock band, firmly believing the band's glory days are ahead of them. His supportive girlfriend shares his love for the band, but the band's guitarist, who has experienced the harsh reality of the music business, doesn't share Charlie's wide-eyed optimism. His attitude derails Charlie's best efforts to bring the band success and sends Charlie spiraling into an emotional, financial, and romantic tailspin. Charlie hits rock bottom when he loses both the band and his girlfriend, but gets some unexpected help from his elderly neighbor who sets him back on his path. With terrific music from two outstanding Pennsylvania-based musical talents (The Badlees and Laura Shay), All in Time delivers a nice mix of drama, musical performances, and comedy, with a few twists along the way.
What would you give up to follow your dream?
Did You Know?
The song that Glen (Josh Burrow) sings in the movie is called 'Amazing Grace'. This song was written specifically for the film by Ellis Paul, under the original title 'Saving Grace'. See more
In the recording studio scene, Glen is holding an acoustic guitar as he talks to Charlie. After a cut back to Glen, he is holding an electric guitar. Then, the electric guitar tuns back to an acoustic guitar for the final cut back to Glen. See more
Life is about the detours.
The opening credits are rolled out on road cases, just like a rock band loads their instruments to concerts. See more
Written by Laura Shay
Performed by Laura Shay See more