Wetlands Preserved: The Story of an Activist Rock Club
Wetlands was one of the hottest venues for underground music in New York City. This former Chinese food warehouse just south of the Holland Tunnel hosted the latest up-and-coming artists in every musical genre. But it was more than a rock and roll joint - it was also the first "activist nightclub", a place as devoted to environmental issues as it was to partying and great music. This entertaining and insightful documentary tracks the history of Wetlands, featuring interviews and music by Dave Matthews Band, Warren Haynes (Allman Brothers Band), Bob Weir (The Grateful Dead), Phish, Blues Traveler, moe., 311, The Disco Buscuits, The Roots, Spin Doctors, Pearl Jam, Fishbone, Sublime, Agnostic Front, God Street Wine, Robert Hunter, Joan Osborne, Project Logic, Ben Harper, Spearhead, Gov't Mule, New Potato Caboose, Zen Tricksters, Frogwings, Ulu, Leftover Salmon and more.
Starring Larry Bourque, Laura Bloch Bourque, Dave Matthews
Director Dean Budnick