A Head's Tale DVD

The summer of 2002 was a pinnacle point for "head culture". Phish had been on hiatus for 2 years, Phil Lesh and Friends were revived, and continuing the live tradition of the Grateful Dead, and the largest Jamband festival in history took place successfully in Tennessee,attracting over 100,000 kids, and avoiding almost all media radars. Independent Canadian filmmaker, Greg Hemmings puts his thumb out and hitches to the festival lots from the Southern States, to the Rockies, to the East Coast of Canada armed with his DV camera. Hemmings captures the spirit of the people and the music that makes this unique subculture tick.

FEATURING LIVE PERFORMANCES FROM: Grand Theft Bus, Jukejoint, Bullfrog, The Jimmy Swift Band, Adam Klipple & Drive-by Leslie, The Slip, Mark Wilson & The Way It Is

Also features bonus documentary "Songs Of Solidarity", featuring Brucke Cockburn, Brothers Kreagan, Blue Quarter, and more.