Girl Talk NYE 2009 Concert Movie Released On YouTube Today

We’ve been waiting several months to see it and today via YouTube the Girl Talk concert movie was finally released. The documentary short-film tells the story behind the massive shindig that went down during the NYE 2009 celebration in Chicago at the Congress Theatre last year. So let’s see if it reveals any of the details we’ve been looking for.

As I mentioned earlier this week about the Girl Talk NYE 2009 Movie, I’ve been super curious to find out more about the Giant House that Gregg Gillis (aka Girl Talk) played in front of. So like all the fans, I’m excited to see what the movie will reveal and celebrate.

Just like a Girl Talk concert, the film moves fast and furious. It takes you behind the scenes with Gillis and the crew and spliced in are insights about the Giant House construction, explanation for why they charged more for the show’s tickets, what fans felt during the Girl Talk set and how the marriage proposal turned out.

The film runs just over 30 minutes and was released via YouTube in Three Parts, so depending on the initial buzz from fans maybe we’ll see the film eventually issued via physical DVD or as a complete file that fans can download on a future Girl Talk release that’s supposedly in the works. This sort of YouTube release reminds me of how the Radiohead Fan DVD from the Praha show was released back in August.

In any case, happy viewing and we’ll circle back around with more thoughts on the movie.

In the meantime, as always, we invite you to Tell your story and share your favorite Girl Talk concert experiences in the comments below. You can check out more info about the Girl Talk house here and check other exclusive Live Fix fan interviews here.

Girl Talk Upcoming Shows

Fri. Oct. 29 – Asheville, NC @ MoogFest
Sun. Oct. 31 – Nashville, TN @ Nightmare in Music City
Sat. Nov. 20 – Sao Paulo, Brasil @ Planeta Terra Festival w/ Smashing Pumpkins, Pavement

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