Blind Melon: Letters from a Porcupine (1996)
The alternative rock band Blind Melon was formed in Los Angeles in 1989, released their first album in 1992, saw it sell four million copies in 1993, and saw their career effectively come to a halt in 1995, when lead singer Shannon Hoon died of a drug overdose while the band was on tour. Blind Melon: Letters From a Porcupine is a feature-length documentary that offers an in-depth look at the group's meteoric rise to fame and Hoon's tragic fall, featuring concert footage and television appearances (including excerpts from the band's set at Woodstock '94), interviews with the members of the group, behind-the-scenes glimpses at their recording sessions, and several of Blind Melon's concept videos. Songs featured include "No Rain," "Change," "Tones of Home," "Galaxie," and "St. Andrew's Hall." … More
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