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Green Blah! The history of Green Bay Punk Kickstarter
Featuring Razorcakers Rev Norb and the Rhythm Chicken

By paul
Wednesday, July 22 2015




Some of us grew up in Los Angeles or New York. Most of us didn't. I grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Your town probably wasn't much different. Then a young misfit finds like-minded weirdos and punk shows happen and a secret underworld flourishes in the shadows of paper mills and Lambeau Field. No, it's not L.A. or Chicago, but in some ways it's better. It's your crappy little Midwest town. The scene is yours to make. This film documents a bizarre clan of weirdos, a depressed mill town that hosts NFL champions, and the backwoods soundtrack to how the kids of this town rejected the music fed to them. Only a three-ring circus like Green Bay could produce such an acidic cheese platter as this. Green Blah! –Rhythm Chicken

Longtime Razorcake subscriber Chris Pretti is involved with this very worthy project. 

If you’re of the financial means, please help this documentary get finished. More info here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/339060055/green-blah-the-history-of-green-bay-punk-rock






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