JEFF KRULIK PRESENTS
“ZEPpelin-in-Wheaton is Washington’s own rock-and-roll Loch Ness Monster. Could it possibly be real? Yes. No way. Depends whom you ask."
The Washington Post
1969. Man lands on the moon. Half a million strong at Woodstock. Sesame Street makes its debut…. and Led Zeppelin perform in the gym of the Wheaton Youth Center on Georgia Avenue in front of 50 confused teenagers. Or did they? Filmmaker Jeff Krulik offers a screening of his take on an enduring local legend, on the very night this concert was alleged to have taken place, January 20, 1969, during the first Presidential Inauguration of Richard Nixon.
Featuring interviews with rock writers, musicians, and fans, and several who claim they were there witnessing history that night. Plus, a look at one of the most amazing collections of Led Zeppelin memorabilia ever.
The Latest Press
January 20, 1969 — were you there?
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The Wheaton Youth Center Reunion 2009
Photos by Dean Evangelista
The Wheaton Youth Center Birthday Party 2013
Press for Led Zeppelin Played Here
LZPH in the BULL TONGUE REVIEW,
by Marc Masters, April 2015
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The Wheaton Youth
Krulik is somewhat of a legend...USA Today
Get Up and Chic-A-Go-Go Funny Friday
(with new friend Jeff Krulik)
Radio interview for Lima, OH station
(available online for the world)
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The Wheaton Youth Center Birthday Party
Filmmaker Jeff Krulik on Documenting DC's Music Scene and DIY Ethos
The Scruffington Post
Ryan Walker's 'A Whole World In Here'
Washington Post Review
Music Film Web
Classic Rock Magazine
So Did They Or Didn't They?
French Slate (translated)
Led Zeppelin Played Where?!
Did Led Zeppelin Play? Jeff Krulik Thinks So
Washington Jewish Week
Led Zeppelin phantom show mystery