The revolution began in the 1950s and it was televised. Images of Elvis and Budd Holly appeared on prime time, jolting white suburbia with their interpretations of black music. But the real stuff like Lightinin' Hopkins and Chuck Berry, infested the record players of young kids across suburban America, assailing them in the musical jugular. A couple of those kids, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady found the influence too great to dismiss, and together they formed the 3 decade spanning blues/rock group Hot Tuna. This DVD is taken from a live recording from a concert at the Fillmore in 1994. The DVD also features backstage footage of Jack and Jorma reminiscing about their lengthy careers.