A new feature documentary chronicling the origins and history of beloved New Jersey hick-pop band From Good Homes is set to screen at Lake Mohawk Country Club in the band’s hometown of Sparta, NJ on September 15th. The group’s annual reunion show will take place two days later on September 17th at the Fields at Waterloo in Hackettstown, NJ.

Produced by filmmaker, friend, and former tour manager Vic Guadagno, Charlie Loves Our Band, The Story of From Good Homes details how childhood friends Todd Sheaffer (Railroad Earth, guitar, vocals, harmonica), Patrick Fitzsimmons (drums, vocals), and Brady Rymer (bass, vocals) formed From Good Homes in the 1980s in Sparta, NJ, a New York City suburb situated in rural Sussex County. With the addition of Jamie Coan (guitar, mandolin, violin, vocals) and Dan Myers (saxophone, melodica, keyboards, vocals), the band generated a devoted following and developed a unique sound influenced by ’60s and ’70s rock and folk music, which fans dubbed hick-pop.

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From Good Homes officially disbanded in 1999 and some of the band went on to form Railroad Earth while other members pursued solo projects. The group’s fanbase has continued to grow, however, especially in New Jersey, and the band’s annual reunion concerts draw large crowds each year. From Good Homes released Time and the River, the band’s sixth studio album, in 2019.

Tickets to the screening of Charlie Loves Our Band, The Story of From Good Homes are available here. The national livestream premiere will take place via Relix Cinema on the same day.

Tickets for the From Good Homes reunion concert at the Fields at Waterloo are on sale now. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Watch the trailer for Charlie Loves Our Band, The Story of From Good Homes below.

Charlie Loves Our Band, The Story of From Good Homes Trailer