Winner of six “Best Documentary” awards, “Airplay” tells the powerful story of how the rock and roll music that made teenagers dance, riot, rebel, and ultimately shake the world came to be heard. There would have been no Elvis or James Brown, no Beatles or Coldplay without the pioneers who gave them airplay.
Country of Origin: USA
Running Time: 95 minutes
Rights: Travisty Productions, Inc.
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CAST & CREW
Director: Chris Fox Gilson and Carolyn Travis
Producer: Chris Fox Gilson and Carolyn Travis
Associate Producer: Raechel Donahue
Editor: Chris Fox Gilson and Chris Osterhaus
Cinematographers: Catherine Cummings, Mills Clark, Rick Lane
Cast: (As Themselves) Dick Biondi, Jerry Blavat, David Crosby, Raechel Donahue, Fabian, Ben Fong-Torres, Leslie Gore, Dan Ingram, Casey Kasem, Jim Ladd, Ray Manzarek, Cousin Bruce Morrow, Graham Nash, Grace Slick, Stephen Stills, Bob Weir
Writer: Chris Fox Gilson and Carolyn Travis
Music Directors: Chris Fox Gilson and Carolyn Travis
Producer's Representative: Ostrow and Company
In its glory years, radio personalities ruled the airwaves. They discovered artists like the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane, igniting a cultural revolution that helped end the Vietnam War.
When rock radio lost its soul, a flame went out. “Airplay” is a story of love and war, told by the deejays and the artists they made rock stars. It celebrates a time when we all listened together and the music we danced and fell in love to changed our lives forever.