Los Angeles, CA, October 17, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Long before iTunes, there were musical artists that paved the way, and are the inspiration, for many of the singers kids are downloading on iTunes. Even though it took a long time to make The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum the landmark it is today; the universal language of music is most deserving of this mausoleum and the preservation advocates that run it.
After finishing the promotional tour for the DVD of her feature length documentary, “Suicide Pro,” Dr. Leigh-Davis is returning to her first love: music. Filming is almost complete on the feature film documentary “Let’s Rock.” This music documentary, or rockumentary, is full of music and covers the history of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, showing how it came to be.
Notably, “Let’s Rock” is jammed packed with celebrities and internationally known musicians, including The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Eric Clapton, and so many more. It even has the voices of famous artists reading from letters and other writing of theirs. For the posthumous readings of letters by Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and others; actor Jimmy McNichol does spot on impressions. For those who have always wished to be at a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction; the wish has come true. In addition to the history of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, “Let’s Rock” is full of footage taken at actual induction ceremonies. (Which ceremonies, still remain a pre-release secret) but it has been reported, it is a vast range of genres with footage even the museum curators had forgotten about.
Indeed, “Let’s Rock” has a soundtrack filled with decades of the best music ever, but its interesting background story on the trials and tribulations of finally getting the landmark built, is what one remembers most. This back-story is so suspenseful and drama filled with cliffhangers, it is entertainment at its best, with a twist of history.
In addition to narrating “Let’s Rock,” Dr. Leigh-Davis is the executive producer and director. Dr. Leigh-Davis is a creative with an analytical mind, who is an award winning problem solver & producer of tantalizing media content. Specifically, Dr. Leigh-Davis is a retired attorney, anthropologist, and popular TV & media personality, who regularly appears as a legal analyst and legal correspondent on NBC news, CNN and Fox news. She is also the former host of the Court TV television show, “The Court is in Session.” Dr. Leigh-Davis’ recent book, “Quotes from the 1960's: Sex, Love and Rock & Roll,” is now available on Amazon. More information about Dr. Leigh-Davis’ television, writing and radio projects, can be found on Dr. Leigh-Davis’ official website.