Argentinean rock journalist Lucas H. Gordon, who currently resides in Hollywood, California, recently conducted an interview with STEELHEART mainman Miljenko Matijevic. Watch the chat in four parts below.As previously reported, Dana Altman of North Sea Films has given the green light to the production of "Good 2B Alive", a documentary film about singer and composer Miljenko Matijevic. The film will be a detailed look into the extraordinary life of Miljenko and his music; an incredible journey back to the stage after the devastating accident in Denver, Colorado during his performance at the McNichols Arena. In 1992, on Halloween night, STEELHEART had a platinum-selling album under the band's belt and the second album was on its way to gold status when it all came to a screeching halt. A lighting truss collapsed and crushed Miljenko to the stage, removing him from the music scene and his life's passion. This is incredible, true story of human perseverance — the resurrection of a rock star — and an inspiring journey of the human spirit; how one man keeps the faith regardless of the odds. The producers are planning the final shoot to take place at a free festival called "Good 2B Alive", in Zagreb Croatia, Miljenko's birthplace. This festival is anticipated to be the first of many around the world to come. STEELHEART performed at last year's Rocklahoma festival on July 13 at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma. For more information, visit Steelheart.com. Part 1:
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