We all had a tour shirt. At least it seemed that way. That easily identifiable patch on either the crotch or across both breasts. That standard square logo you instantly recognized as the one and only, guaranteed to tear-your-face-off, unique, voice bending, galloping sound of time shifting riffs from the band known as the smalls.When the hard-to-define band the smalls formed in 1989 in Edmonton, nobody knew they would take the Western Canadian music scene by storm. The smalls (Mike Caldwell - Vocalist, Douglas Bevans - Guitarist, Corb Lund - Bassist, and Terry Johnson - Drummer) mattered to tens of thousands of young, alienated western Canadian youth - particularly in smaller market--and did it with accessible grace, attitude, and a stubborn DIY work ethic. Director Trevor Smith and Producer John Kerr explore the influence the smalls had then, and the impact their absence left on legions of adoring fans ever since.
Starring: John Kerr, Dug Bevans, Michael Caldwell, Terry Johnson Directed by: Trevor Smith
In Theatres:Apr 29, 2016 Genre: Documentary
Duration: 105 min
Consumer Advice:(BC) Coarse language.
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