New York Times bestselling author Mark Hamill (Star Wars) tells the story of how he and his wife, writer and filmmaker Carrie Fisher, became obsessed with music.
They spent time at the famed Studio 54, where Hamill worked on “Saving Private Ryan” and, later, “Raiders of the Lost Ark.”
Now, after four decades together, Hamill, Fisher and the rest of their extended family are embarking on a year-long celebration of music at the studios, the studio tours and, of course, the concerts and festivals that come with it.
(They’ve also done a little bit of filming at the old studio, where Fisher worked.)
Read the full story from the New York Review of Books.