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Debbie Gibson from Mitchell Stuart's WORST TO FIRST (Photo Credit_ Gunpowder & Sky) trailer
Debbie Gibson from Mitchell Stuart’s WORST TO FIRST (Photo Credit: Gunpowder & Sky)

The new official trailer debuted for Worst To First: The True Story of Z100 NYC, the documentary about the birth of America’s most iconic radio station, Z100, and how the legendary Scott Shannon took it from Worst to First. Produced by Elvis Duran, the top rated morning radio personality in America, the film includes an all star cast of musical legends including Clive Davis, Nile Rodgers, Joan Jett, Jon Bon Jovi, Debbie Gibson and many more. Worst To First will be released nationwide on VOD on February 11.

Worst To First is a feature-length documentary that portrays the against-all-odds inspirational story of the launch of the iconic and most successful radio station in history, New York City’s Z100. In 1983, Z100 launched from the swamps of New Jersey, where no artist would venture, and the DJs had to buy their own records just to have music to play on air. Fun, poignant and aspirational, the film features Scott Shannon and several other Hall of Fame radio personalities as well as industry legends like Clive Davis and Elvis Duran.

Iconic artists who got their start on Z100 such as Jon Bon Jovi, Joan Jett, Nile Rodgers, and era superstars, Debbie Gibson and Taylor Dayne all share their personal stories of the importance of the station, their love of radio and passion for performing music.

Capturing the times, personalities and music of the era, Worst To First portrays the ultimate David and Goliath story that built the foundation for the world’s biggest radio station and the people behind the legacy that endures and continues to grow, reaching eight-digit audiences daily, and continuing to influence the face of media and entertainment.

Watch the official trailer for Worst To First: The True Story of Z100 NYC.

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