A.M. Mayhem is the long-awaited, tell-all documentary, narrating the history of Tucson's first Hip-Hop radio station, Power 1490. From its inception and debut year on the air, to the height of its success, to the station's demise and format flip--that until now had gone unexplained--A.M. Mayhem addresses all the unanswered questions and dives into the juicy details of one special A.M. radio station that brought Hip-Hop to the desert-town of Tucson, Arizona, when no one else would.
See exclusive interviews from the original Power 1490 crew including Bruce St. James, M.C. Boogie D, Gary The Sandman, Slick, Brett Tha Man, R Dub, and more.
Hear no-holds-barred accounts of the 1490 vs. KRQ radio war from the people who fought on the front-line. Listen to lost clips of Power 1490 broadcasts, and get the full-story on why the station disappeared without a trace one day.
Who should see this movie:
Anyone who remembers Tucson's Power 1490.
When and where is the screening:
6PM, Saturday, July 23rd at the historic Fox Theatre: 17 West Congress Street, Tucson, Arizona 85701. There will be ONE screening only. Admission is free, however, you must RSVP.
How can I attend the screening:
To be put on the guest list for this special screening, just click HERE to RSVP via our facebook page. If you don't have a facebook account, just send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to include your full name and phone number, and number of guests you'd like to bring. The screening is free.
Will the movie be available on DVD:
Yes! Click HERE to pre-order your DVD now!
The DVD includes bonuses you won't see in theater, like bloopers, deleted scenes, producer interviews, music videos and footage from the Power 1490 2010 reunion.