BOY HOWDY! THE STORY OF CREEM MAGAZINE
NYC PREMIERE Cheekily declaring itself “America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine,” CREEM launched in 1969 Detroit as an irreverent upstart to rival the pre-eminent rock publication of the day, Rolling Stone. Scrappy, subversive and gleefully puerile, the magazine soon became wildly popular, thanks in large part to its forward-thinking publisher, Barry Kramer, and its gonzo journalist, Lester Bangs. Boy Howdy! offers a riotous look back on CREEM‘s history, the dysfunctional family of outsiders behind its pages and its lasting impact on music and culture.