Tom Petty Streams “The Fillmore House Band” Part 2
via Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers / Youtube
The second part of The Fillmore House Band, a short film that features Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers residency at the San Francisco, California, as heard on the just-released collection, Live At The Fillmore 1997, is now available for streaming.
The 11-minute short film that was directed by Alison Tavel followed the previously-released first part. It includes never-before-seen video from the Petty estate vaults along with interviews with The Heartbreakers and was shot at the renowned Clubhouse.
Along with the performance video, the movie also documents the commotion and friendship that surrounded the performances. Pianist Benmont Tench said:
“The Fillmore, it’s an event. It’s a place in time.
“You feel the history, you feel the ghosts, and you feel the magic that’s sort of happened.”
While guitarist Mike Campbell added:
“It’s sort of dripping on the walls.”
Some renditions of the songs originally released by Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Everly Brothers, Bill Withers, Chuck Berry, and more, were also highlighted. Live At The Fillmore 1997 is available in multiple configurations, including 2CD, 3LP, 4CD, 6 LP, digitally, and a 6LP Uber Deluxe Edition available exclusively on the Tom Petty website.
Stream The Fillmore House Band Part 2 in the video below.