Synopsis by Maggie Sadler
Documentary filmmaker Brent Wilson charts the life and legacy of musician Brian Wilson, who co-founded the influential pop band the Beach Boys in 1961. Despite his tumultuous childhood, Wilson rose above adversity to cultivate a keen talent for music at an early age. His diverse musical interests later lent themselves to creating an innovative, unorthodox sound for the Beach Boys. Featuring interviews with Elton John, Nick Jonas, Linda Perry, and Bruce Springsteen.
boy-band, history, music-appreciation, musician, pop-music, singer/songwriter
High Historical Importance