The new documentary, “Once Were Brothers,” examines the unique road The Band took to become one of the most beloved groups in music.
With headliners like Jefferson Airplane, Hendrix, and the Stones, Graham had this San Francisco venue rocking in the ’60s and ’70s.
The legendary filmmaker has put the spotlight on George Harrison, Bob Dylan, and the Rolling Stones.
The Band kept on making memorable music after they stepped out of Bob Dylan’s shadow. The songs ranged widely: from aching heartache to personal diaries to greasy funk. If you’re unfamiliar, or haven’t listened in a while, it’s time to dive (back) in.