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A tiny club.

An unlikely group of musicians.

On the verge of a musical revolution.

For The Love of the Music : The Club 47 Folk Revival, is a documentary exploring the rich history of Club 47, the iconic Cambridge, Massachusetts folk music mecca from 1958-1968. Read more

Read about us in The Huffington Post!

"How the Lovin' Spoonful's John Sebastian and Businessman Todd Kwait Gave New Birth to Folk Music"

"The Club 47 Folk Revival Explores the Iconic History of Old Cambridge Folk Club"


Get your copy now!
Now, in addition to our store here, the documentary and companion soundtrack are available from major online retailers. The motion picture can be purchased on DVD, Blu-ray, and Online Download and Streaming. The companion soundtrack is available on CD, Digital Download, and Streaming services. For a partial list, or to place an order, click here>>

Thank you for your help!

Our PledgeMusic campaign was a success! We would especially like to thank our Sponsors: Arne Bister, Nancy Fowler, Stephen Herman, Warren Hirshfield, Daniel Hogan, Paul Kelly, Benjamin Kraus, Will Marston, John Murray, Michael Neff, Thomas Parks, Janet Stegman, Carol Steinberg, Elizabeth Thomson, Louise Uznanski and Andrew Zamore.

And those that pledged at the Supporter level: Mary Jane Bohlen, Hal Gershman, Paul Kelly, Valery Lyman, Paul Metsa and Elizabeth Thomson.



Learn about our new film, "Tom Rush: No Regrets" which took "Best New Hampshire Documentary" at the New Hampshire Film Festival, here.




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