A new documentary on the history of the Perpetually Night genre of music.
This week, we look at The Perpetu-Night, the first documentary to air on PBS in more than 20 years.
The film is a rare glimpse into the world of the music that made the Per-Petual Night genre famous.
It chronicles the history and evolution of the genre through interviews with musicians, documentary filmmakers, producers, and musicians themselves.
The Per-Pent-Night has a rich legacy of music that continues to inspire generations of musicians.
It’s also an excellent look into the history behind a genre that has always been a part of music culture.
The documentary’s subject is legendary producer, guitarist and founding member of the legendary band Perpetuum, Andy Serkis.
Serkes started Perpetum in 1972, shortly after he moved to Los Angeles from his native England.
The band’s debut single, “Candy,” went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1973.
The song became a worldwide hit, and a major hit in Europe.
Serkis and his band performed their debut album in Europe in 1973 at the Berlin Philharmonic, a rare feat at the time.
In the film, Serkys and his team of musicians discuss the origins of Per-Per-Night in the band’s earliest days.
As Serkies continued touring with Per-Phonic, his bandmates joined him on stage for the first time in a concert.
The group had already been in the studio for months when the band started recording “Carry on,” the first single they recorded.
It quickly went on to become a massive hit and become one of the bands most successful albums.
It was followed by “You Are My Sunshine” in 1975.
It also became the first song to be covered by an all-star rock band, Led Zeppelin.
The Per-Pe-Night and Per-Ped-Night bands became very popular in the U.S. and Europe.
By the 1980s, the Perphonic and Led Zeppelins were in the midst of a worldwide touring cycle.
Serks bandmates began to form a trio called The Band.
The trio also became very successful, and in 1984 they released their second album, The Per Phones.
Serkias group would go on to release five more albums and two more singles.
The Band was the most popular band in the world, playing over 20 million shows in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
Serks music would be a hit in many countries, including Germany, Sweden, and Spain.
In Germany, it was used to inspire protests against the government.
The band continued to play live for more than 30 years, recording many new songs.
The Band recorded two more albums, “Night in Paris” and “A New Day.”
They toured extensively, performing with the likes of the Black Keys, The Smashing Pumpkins, and The Black Crowes.
In the late 1990s, The Band began to release their third album, and this time it became a hit.
The record sold over 3 million copies in the States.
Serkins band would go onto record two more full-length albums and a full-album double album called “Pentagon.”
Serks Band would go into retirement in 2014, but not before they recorded a third full-fledged album called The Perphons “Sonic Highways.”