"A mighty achievement. Thank you." John Lennon"...interviews, backstage footage and amazing performances that explore the prejudice and commercialistion of pop" Time Out"...A must for serious music aficionados." Jeffery Sisk In TuneMusic Hall, as a description, means exactly what it says. A hall, usually at the back of a tavern or pub, in which music was performed by local entertainers for financial gain. It is thus the earliest example of a popular music industry. In a sense, through all its manifestations, music hall or vaudeville or variety has remained true to this original description. Thus, the film begins and ends in Las Vegas (with Judy Garland), a palace of varieties to end all palaces of variety. En route, we travel via London's Palace Theatre, the Palladium and the Windmill.