For The Love Of Music The Story Of Nashville documentary
A very different take on the Nashville history than My Nashville by Bob Harris the BBC documentary that we posted a few months ago, but equally interesting. Great interviews and some very fine historic clips.
From the official website:
For over 130 years, Nashville has evolved into the world’s premier Music City. From the 1800s when the Fisk Jubilee Singers travelled across continents spreading their music, to Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash and so many others building the foundation of America’s most vibrant music scene. Today, the evolution continues as artists like The Black Keys, Eric Church and Kings of Leon break new ground in the city they all call home. We’ve created a one-hour documentary that tells this story in its entirety through the eyes of the musicians, songwriters, producers and artists who live and breathe the inspiration of this great city.
In the end, this is a film rooted in authenticity. A story filled with passion and truth. A film made simply for the love of music.
For The Love Of Music The Story Of Nashville:
Fisk Jubilee Singers
Jessi Alexander & Jon Randall
Kings of Leon
Michael W. Smith
Ten out of Tenn
The Black Keys
The Civil Wars