Last Night at the Mill
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Last Night at the Mill
September 23 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm$15 – $20
with Greg Brown, Bo Ramsey, Rick Cicalo, Steve Hayes, Dave Zollo, & others – a Dave Olive film
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6:30 PM – Doors
7:30 PM – Curtain Talk/Pre-Screening/Screening/Q&A
$20 + Fees – General Admission
$16 + Fees – Member General Admission
$15 + Fees – Student (w/ ID) General Admission
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Filmmaker Dave Olive will be in attendance. The event will include a curtain talk, film screening, and a Q&A session.
There will be an opening short film of “…remembering The Mill” by Daniel Huyer and Grace Keber for The Daily Iowan.
Last Night at the Mill is a concert film featuring singer-songwriter Greg Brown, originally recorded in 2003 at the legendary MILL Restaurant in Iowa City. Joining Greg are fantastic players and long time friends Bo Ramsey, guitar; Rick Cicalo, bass; Steven Hayes drums; and Dave Zollo keyboards. This performance captured an energized celebration for Kieth Dempster, then retiring as founder and original owner of the legendary MILL for more than 40 years. Kieth’s ongoing support and activity contributed much to the artistic and social development of the many that passed through his joint. This performance showcases the deep musical connections of the legendary venue. For all those years, the MILL was a place for musicians, artists, and writers to call home, and to “…stop by for a Jack, a joke, and a bite….”
Energized renditions of Greg’s original songs carry the program, with dynamic covers also thrown in and adapted to the special circumstances of the evening. Special guest poet Dean Williams rocks the house with his recitation of “Ode to the MILL”, written for the special occasion & performed with the
An updated and remastered version of the film with additional materials is scheduled to premiere at The Englert.