Free tickets to see “Muscle Shoals” Friday, Saturday or Sunday

Muscle Shoals is a quiet little Alabama town out of which came some of the most noted R & B and Rock recordings of the 20th Century. The town and the unsung studio band at the Muscle Shoals studio enhanced the music of The Allman Brothers, Alicia Keys, Jimmy Cliff, Steve Winwood, Matisyahu and Lynyrd Skynyrd among countless others.

Now Muscle Shoals is a documentary movie featuring the musicians who recorded there. The movie was an Official Selection of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. And it will premier in Minneapolis this weekend and by special arrangement with the movie promoters, The Homestead Pickin’ Parlor has been authorized to allow you to get up to four tickets for any of the five showings of the film this Friday, Saturday or Sunday, October 11 – 13 absolutely FREE. It will be shown at the Landmark Lagoon located at 1320 Lagoon Ave in Minneapolis.

Here’s the routine. Click on this link:, select your choice of movie times from the pull down menus and provide the following information:

City: Minneapolis
Date: (choose from the pull down menus)
Time: (choose from the pull down menus)
Number of Tickets: (up to four)
Group Code: Homestead
First & Last Name: (must match photo ID of person claiming tickets)

That’s all there is to it. This is an outstanding opportunity to see a wonderful documentary. To see a trailer of the movie on You Tube, go to
Paste said about Muscle Shoals “The best documentary of the year, whether you’re a music lover or not. Heartbreaking, inspiring, wry, thought-provoking, nostalgic, and genuinely funny”UMG_cvrart_00602537548675_01_RGB72_1500x1500_13UAAIM74479.200x200-75.You wouldn’t want to be left out would You?

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One Comment

  1. Kathy Putzier
    Posted October 14, 2013 at 1:20 am | Permalink

    Muscle Shoals is an awesome film. I loved every second of it. Incredible.

    -Kathy Putzier, fiddle student of Jim Plattes

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