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Private Parts meets Rock Star in Darren Dowler's ROCK & ROLL THE MOVIE!


Award winning vocalist Darren Dowler, who has had success as a lead vocalist for legendary music groups such as "The Righteous Brothers" and "Paul Revere and The Raiders" and as a guitarist for "The Backstreet Boys", has written, directed, scored and starred in his debut movie "Rock & Roll the Movie", out this month from Uncork'd Entertainment.

"Rock & Roll The Movie" is a fun, sexy, smart comeback comedy about a washed up, never was, drunken, and oversexed 80s rock singer who gets a second chance at fame.

David Roso moves to LA dreaming of being a big time music agent. He meets his idol and agent to the stars, William Smythe, who senses an opportunity and offers David a job, provided he can prove he is worthy. But there is a catch and David ends up betting his prized 57' T-Bird that within 4 months he can get an aged, beer bellied 80's rocker, Steve Taylor a record deal. David soon learns that the music business IS all about sex, drugs and Rock & Roll.

Dowler (Hancock, Eagle Eye) stars alongside Parks and Recreation's Mara Marini, Clark Koelsch, Daniel Laney, and Raina Dowler.

"Rock & Roll The Movie" is now available on VOD from Uncork'd Entertainment.




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