Be sure to join us THIS Saturday for RiverRun on the Road at The Reeves Theater in Elkin!

We will screen the film Leftover Feelings: A Studio B Revival at 7:30 p.m. this Saturday, June 18 at The Reeves Theater at 129 West Main Street. The screening will be preceded by the short music documentary Sisters: The First Ladies of Bluegrass. Both films screened at the recent RiverRun International Film Festival to rave audience reviews. Tickets to the Elkin screenings are available at

Leftover Feelings: A Studio B Revival is a documentary by directors Ted Roach and Lagan Sebert that chronicles the story of John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas teaming up during the pandemic to record their album “Leftover Feelings.” The album was recorded in RCA’s fabled Studio B. Walking in the footsteps of Elvis, Dolly, and Waylon, John and Jerry attempt to revive and capture the magical sounds of this historic space.

Sisters: The First Ladies of Bluegrass is a music documentary short 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. Each lady in the group are the first females to be honored with the IBMA award for instrumentalist of the year on their particular instrument. Banjo, mandolin, fiddle, bass, guitar. A distinction within the group that took 27 years to be achieved.

“We are thrilled that Ted Roach, co-director of Leftover Feelings, will be in attendance in at The Reeves Theater. We are hopeful that Joseph Spence, director of Sisters, will also be able to be there,” RiverRun Executive Director Rob Davis said. “Our two screenings in Elkin on June 18 promise to be a night of fun, excitement, and toe-tapping music that anyone will enjoy.”

We hope to see you in Elkin on Saturday for great evening!