Leftover Feelings: A Studio B Revival

This film will be preceded by “Sisters: The First Ladies of Bluegrass.”

Two Nashville music legends, John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas, team up during the pandemic to record their album ”Leftover Feelings” in Elvis’s favorite studio, RCA’s fabled Studio B. Featuring commentary along the journey from Lyle Lovett, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Molly Tuttle, Jeff Hanna, and Connie Smith, this film spotlights the legacy of Music City’s most significant studio through the lens of two godfathers of Americana music.

After the film screening there will be a Q&A featuring the filmmakers Ted Roach and Lagan Sebert and author Michael Elliot. Mr. Elliot will also be doing a book signing of his book “Have a Little Faith: The John Hiatt Story”.

Sponsored by: Mock Orange Bikes & The Reeves Theater

Sisters: The First Ladies of Bluegrass

Directed by: Joseph T. Spence

A short music documentary that follows the all female, bluegrass super group The First Ladies of Bluegrass to the 46th annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival. They are joined by Grammy winner Brandi Carlile, Jewel and Bonnie Payne.

Showtimes

In-person


02:30PM - Hanesbrands Theatre

Virtual


12:00AM - Virtual

Credits

DIRECTOR(S)Ted Roach & Lagan Sebert

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RUN TIME: 72 Minutes
CONTENT RATING: TN

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