The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum

Film Screening of Color Me Obsessed and interview with director Gorman Bechard

Wednesday, December 12: 6:30 p.m.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is pleased to host a film screening of Gorman Bechard’s Color Me Obsessed (2011, 123 minutes), a documentary about the legendary alternative rock band the Replacements, on Wednesday, December 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Museum’s Foster Theater.  The evening will culminate with an interview with Bechard, conducted by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Director of Education Jason Hanley. This event is free with a reservation. Seating is limited.  RSVP information is as follows:

Rock Hall Members can RSVP starting at 10 a.m. EST on Monday, December 3 through the Rock Hall website at https://tickets.rockhall.comor at the Rock Hall Box Office.   

Non-Rock Hall members can RSVP starting at 10 a.m. EST on Tuesday, December 4 through the Rock Hall website at or at the Rock Hall Box Office.   

For some music fans and kids with a passion for musical history, the Replacements are rock and roll defined. The Minneapolis quartet took a teenage-punk attitude, threw it in a blender with classic and pop rock, and then poured it into a Middle American pint glass. Over the band's 12-year existence, the band became incredibly well known for its span of energetic live shows.

Gorman Bechard's remarkable history in Color Me Obsessed takes the viewer from the band’s first show as the Impediments to their 1991 onstage breakup in Chicago, and everywhere in between. Bechard bravely eschews including the band's music, photos, and live footage, instead relying solely on the fans: their well-kept memories, hilarious anecdotes, and differing points of views about the foursome's wildly varied discography and infamous antics.

Bechard has recruited a diverse roster of influential fans: musicians such as Husker Du, Babes in Toyland, the Decemberists, the Hold Steady, Archers of Loaf, Titus Andronicus, and Goo Goo Dolls; writers such as Jack Rabid, Legs McNeil, Robert Christgau, Jim DeRegotis, and Greg Kot; and actors such as George Wendt, Tom Arnold, and Dave Foley. Sprinkled in among that esteemed group are the more mainstream fans, who often give the most insightful and heartfelt perspectives of all.

What Others Are Saying about Color Me Obsessed:

One of “the seven best new music documentaries of the year.”
-David Browne, Rolling Stone

“…the film is a shockingly refreshing and invigorating experience for anyone who has ever cared about any kind of music at all.”

“One of the Top 5 Most Anticipated Music Documentaries.”

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