Carole King and James Taylor Featured in Documentary Film 'Troubadours 'at 2011 Sundance Film Festival
Troubadours, a documentary chronicling the California singer/songwriter movement in the '70's, is among the films selected for the U.S. Documentary Competition at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. Released by Concord Music Group, the documentary was produced by Eddie Schmidt and directed by Morgan Neville of Tremolo Productions. The U.S. Documentary Competition focuses on sixteen films that "confront the subjects that define our time".
Carole King and James Taylor are among the artists featured in the film; other artists and musicians include Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby, Roger McGuinn, Danny Kortchmar, Leland Sklar, Russell Kunkel, and many more. The film sets the story around the famed Hollywood club, The Troubadour, tracing its involvement in connecting - and launching the careers of - many of the legendary artists we know today.
Celebrating the premiere of the film, Carole performed in an intimate setting in Park City with bandmates Leland Sklar and Danny Kortchmar.
For a sneak peek at the Troubadours trailer and story featured in the LA Times Pop & Hiss, click here.
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For more information about the Sundance Film Festival please visit www.sundance.org/festival/article/2011-competition-film-announcement/.
And the highly-coveted Audience Award at the Santa Barbara Film Festival goes to... Morgan Neville's Troubadours!