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Reverb – A Punk Rock Fish Story
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Reverb tells the story of three musicians who were part of the late 80's, early 90's post-punk scene in Chicago. Larry Damore and Joe Haggerty from the band Pegboy and Herb Rosen from the band Rights of the Accused all have another passion outside of the music....fly fishing. The documentary explores their relationship as both fishermen and musicians and features the music of both Pegboy and Rights Of The Accused. Reverb toured as part of the 2012 Fly Fishing Film Tour and created a real buzz within the fly fishing community. Punk rock meets fly fishing.  

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Those were the days my friends.

Rated 5 out of 5
10th April 2021

A great mix of punk music and fly fishing. Brought back fond memories of my days on the road back in the early eighties. Dirty, sleazy joints and sleeping in trucks with your sweaty and smelly roadies.
Brilliant.

Mike Fox

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