Cowsills Debut ‘Family Band: The Cowsills Story’ Documentary At The Paley Center
A family band that rose to fame from an early age with smash hits “Hair” and “The Rain the Park and Other Things,” the [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Cowsills[/lastfm] were an inspiration for generations of groups to come, one being the direct influence for the TV family band [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Partridge Family[/lastfm].
Siblings Bob, Paul, Susan and Richard stopped by the K-EARTH 101 Morning Show this morning to tell us a little about their new documentary of their life story of growing up as gifted young musicians and becoming superstars in the ’60s and ’70s. You can see their fascinating story in a special screening of Family Band: The Cowsills Story tonight with a following band Q&A and performance!
[pullquote quote="People thought of us as this family band, goody two shoes kinda thing, and no family is like that." credit="Paul Cowsill"]
The Cowsills’ family band enjoyed a successful ride in the ’60s and ’70s with many charting hits including their well-known single “Hair” and continue to delight fans everywhere with performances. Their entire rise to fame is chronicled in their new documentary Family Band: The Cowsills Story, which follows the family’s four-decade musical journey.
“We were reluctant to even get the story out there, but now we’re really happy it is out there,” Paul said. “People thought of us as this family band, goody two shoes kinda thing, and no family is like that. “
The documentary reveals many untold stories and behind the scenes moments from being the influence for The Partridge Family (and actually supposed to be the TV band) and the tumultuous relationship with their dad.
After the screening, the entire creative team and band will stick around for a meet and greet, performance and even some graham crackers and orange juice with fans. Check out the screening of the untold story of the Cowsills tonight, Thursday, July 21st at the Paley Center For Media in Beverly Hills starting at 7 p.m. Tickets range from $15 for members and $20 for general public, click here for more information!
Listen to the Cowsills sitting in with Gary Bryan this morning!