Image Courtesy of Magnolia PicturesA 2008 documentary called The Wrecking Crew, about the famed group of Los Angeles session musicians of the same name, is set to finally get its theatrical release on March 13. The film was produced and directed by Denny Tedesco, late Wrecking Crew guitarist Tommy Tedesco‘s son, who spent many years working on the project.

The movie features interviews with many Wrecking Crew members, as well as with an impressive list of music luminaries who worked and/or were associated with the group, including The Beach BoysBrian Wilson and Al Jardine, The MonkeesMicky Dolenz and Peter Tork, The ByrdsRoger McGuinn, Cher, Nancy Sinatra, Herb Alpert, Jimmy Webb, Gary Lewis and the late Dick Clark.

The Wrecking Crew played on an incredible list of hit songs during the 1960s and the early ’70s, including a six-year run of the Grammy Record of the Year winners. The main members of the collective included Tedesco, drummer Hal Blaine, bassists Carol Kaye and Joe Osborn, drummers Al Casey and Earl Palmer, saxophonist Plas Johnson and keyboardist Don Randi. Glen Campbell and Leon Russell, who also are interviewed in the flick, both spent part of their early careers working as Wrecking Crew members.

The Wrecking Crew will open in select U.S. theaters on March 13 and also will be available via on-demand services and iTunes that same day. For more details about the film, visit MagPictures.com/TheWreckingCrew.

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