Event cinema distributor Abramorama’s documentary Long Live Rock … Celebrate the Chaos is now streaming on The Coda Collection.
This will enable director Jonathan McHugh and producer Gary Spivack to have their film reach new audiences and be aligned with some of the most impactful music films ever produced. Dave Grohl's What Drives Us recently premiered on The Coda Collection.
McHugh said, “We are beyond thrilled that Long Live Rock…Celebrate the Chaos will be streaming on The Coda Collection. To be on the same platform with documentaries about rock royalty like John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Dave Grohl (with his new rock doc What Drives Us debuting on Coda the same weekend as Long Live Rock…Celebrate the Chaos) is truly an honor. As our film celebrates the rock icons of today as well as the genres most passionate fans, we can’t wait for the world to now have a chance to see the film on this well curated music documentary platform."
The Coda Collection features an exclusive, curated selection of iconic music documentaries, concert films, and episodic series via Amazon Prime Video Channels, paired with a complimentary website exploring new perspectives on music.
Starting on June 1 Long Live Rock…Celebrate The Chaos will be available for rent and purchase globally on iTunes, Google Play, Xbox, and PlayStation 5. Additional opportunities for people to enjoy Long Live Rock will be announced soon.