Memphis Heat: The True Story of Memphis Wrasslin’ Releases Official Movie Soundtrack 5th Anniversary Movie Premiere Event on March 24, 2016.
The official Memphis Heat Soundtrack Release will occur at the 5th Anniversary Premiere Event of Memphis Heat: The True Story of Memphis Wrasslin’ at 7:30pm Thursday, March 24th, 2016 at the Malco Paradiso Theater, 584 South Mendenhall in Memphis, Tennessee.
Local media is cordially invited to join us as we celebrate the blood-red LP-only release of the music featured in the award-winning Memphis Heat, America’s #1 family-friendly wrestling documentary. The Soundtrack LP was produced by DOUG EASLEY (producer of Jeff Buckley, Sonic Youth, Pavement, Guided by Voices, Charlie Feathers), and all of the sounds on the soundtrack with one exception — “Black Knight” by the River City Tanlines — were written, recorded, and produced in Memphis, Tennessee, for the film.
Memphis Heat: The True Story of Memphis Wrasslin’ documentary will have a two-show re-premiere Thursday, March 24th at Malco Paradiso Theater and a limited boutique run the following week at Malco Theaters discretion. Fans and friends of the film are welcome to come out March 24 to the re-premiere and meet stars of the film like Jerry Jarrett, one of the great minds in wrestling history and the owner of the wrestling company that features prominently in Memphis Heat.
The Memphis Heat Soundtrack will be available beginning Friday, March 25th, 2016 at finer music stores in the Memphis area, as well as online at shangrilaprojects.com.
“One of the best films of the genre!” -ESPN/Grantland
“Memphis Heat is entertaining from the 1st bell to the last.”| – John Beifuss, Commercial Appeal
“Anyone who enjoys campy shtick, outrageous personalities, and absurd theatrics–in other words, anyone worth knowing–should be heartily amused.” – Nashville Scene
“Memphis Heat comes flying of the top turnbuckle and pins the story of this wild little world to the mat with style.” – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
“It’s the best, most entertaining pro wrestling documentary I have ever seen” -Pro Wrestling Torch
March 24th is also annual National Sputnik Monroe Day, the day honoring legendary Memphis wrestler and Civil Rights pioneer Sputnik Monroe, who single-handedly integrated the Memphis City Auditorium in the early ‘60s before the major Civil Rights struggles of the later 1960s.
Media passes are available for this can’t-miss Memphis entertainment event. The director and producers are available for interviews.