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In the mid-’90s, Nashville’s music scene sustained under the weight of country, singer-songwriter, and Christian contemporary music with very few options for anyone under 21 who preferred punk, grunge, and indie rock. That was, until a little record shop with the mantra “no racist, sexist, or homophobic shit tolerated” appeared on the scene.
LUCY BARKS! chronicles the heyday of Lucy’s Record Shop, the all-ages music venue that put Nashville on the touring map for bands like Bikini Kill, Cat Power and Brainiac and became a flashpoint for a growing alternative music and art scene of its own.
Dir. Stacy Goldate | USA | 1992 | 45 min. | NR
Source: Belcourt Theatre