“soundly constructed, briskly paced and, in the end, affectingly wistful.” Variety
Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes during sound check
Josh Homme prepares for the Eagles of Death Metal performace
Jesse Hughes with the old Tower Sunset building behind him
The calm before the party gates open
Producer Sean Stuart, Gravitas Ventures CEO Nolan Gallagher and director Colin Hanks at the All Things Must Pass premiere
Nicholas Ferrall left, Bridger Nielson, Glen Zipper, Darrin Roberts, Sean Stuart, Russ Solomon, Colin Hanks and Steven Leckart attend the premiere of All Things Must Pass.
The Harmony Gold theater on Sunset Blvd.
A bartender rocks an 'All Things Must Pass' Kickstarter shirt while preparing a drink
Gift bags flown in from Japan for the party
'All Things Must Pass' info cards on a bar top table
Sponsor Pabst Blue Ribbon created koozies for party goers
The Sunset Blvd. windows with artwork from Gibson, 'All Things Must Pass' and Eagles of Death Metal
It was a full house inside the old Tower Records Sunset Blvd. store
Director Colin Hanks test drives a Gibson Guitar
'All Things Must Pass' director Colin Hanks, Gibson Brands Senior Director Entertainment Relations Peter Leinheiser and the film producer Sean Stuart
A party goer browses the Jazz section at the listening stations
A partygoer takes in the silent auction hosted by Do It Legendary while enjoying a cold Pabst Blue Ribbon
Director Colin Hanks and wife Samantha Hanks mingle with Life In Pieces co-star Angelique Cabral backstage
A crowd forms at the Rock/Pop vinyl bin at the party
Eagles of Death Metal take the stage
With the old Tower Records building glowing in the background, Eagles of Death Metal play to a crowd of over 800 guests
The Eagles of Death Metal perform at the reopened-for-one-night-only Tower Records on Sunset Boulevard.