November 4, 2022
First Theatrical screening of Remember the Drumstick
That’s right! The first public screening of Remember the Drumstick starts November 4, 2022 and runs for one week. Check the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center for dates and times. https://theross.org/
October 27, 2022 to present,
Help Fund the Foundation
Now that the documentary is finished, it’s time to shift our fundraising efforts to funding the Foundation itself. All funds raised from the showing of the documentary will go directly into funding the Foundation. In time, Tim Lohmeier and Friends of the Drumstick will be able to help make live musical and cultural performances more affordable and accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds. If you have questions about our goals or ideas for fundraising, or maybe you have a project that could use some help, just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations can be made from our Donate Tab, via PayPal directly to email@example.com or contact us for information on how to donate via Venmo. Thanks for Remembering the Drumstick!
Remember the Drumstick – Stream it NOW!
The documentary Remember the Drumstick is now available to stream on your favorite device. We chose not to go the Netflix, Amazon Prime etc, etc route at this time. This documentary is about a DIY rock club and was made on a DIY budget, so we decided to make it a DIY streaming experience! All […]
Remember the Drumstick – Nov. 4 to Nov. 11, 2022 at The Ross Theatre
Thank you to the Mary Riepma Ross Media Center for showing our documentary to the city of Lincoln. Remember the Drumstick isn’t just a story about my family, or the restaurant or the club itself. It’s a story about Lincoln. It’s a chapter in the story of Nebraska’s music history. It’s about the Alt Rock […]
The Documentary has been completed!
It’s true! In January 2017 I had just an idea and a little encouragement from Ginger Theisen and Pat Aylward. A documentary on the Drumstick? Sure, why not! The three of us recorded some interviews. Ginger and Pat couldn’t help anymore by 2018, so I bought a little Cannon Vixia R800 video camera. I […]
Welcome Sharonda Harris-Marshall
We are excited to announce that Sharonda Harris Marshall has joined our documentary team as Associate Producer. She is focusing on the creation of a rough edit of already-shot footage for the documentary. Bio Sharonda Harris-Marshall (IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5074511/?ref_=nv_sr_1) is a Southern-bred independent filmmaker, photographer, and artist. A native of Mobile, Alabama, she is artistically inspired […]