Rebel Beat: The Story of L.A. Rockabilly / Various
Los Angeles might be the corporate music capital of the world, but it's also the home to America's longest-running underground music scene, a scene that has survived underground for 50 years thanks to diehard musicians, promoters and fans of the rebel rock you won't see on MTV. Rebel Beat: The Story of LA Rockabilly is the first documentary to tell the story of LA's original underground music scene, from the '50s cowboy rockers like Glen Glenn to the revivalists like Ray Campi to legends like Big Sandy and Dave Gonzales. LA Rockabilly remains a low brow, low-fi, sexy culture with a passion for it's retro roots. Rebel Beat captures LA Rockabilly's small town soul at car shows, swap meets, barbecues, barrio cafes and hidden juke joints before pulling up to the biggest rockabilly party of the year; Viva Las Vegas.