Ivory Blue Debuts ‘Family Tables’ Video

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Independent singer-songwriter Ivory Blue premiered the video for her latest single this month.

Ivory Blue debuted the video for her single, ‘Family Tables’ Aug. 21. Audiences can stream and download the single starting Sept. 7. The song is featured in Ivory Blue’s forthcoming debut album, Compound Love later this year and its follow-up, the EP, Red Light. The EP is scheduled for release in 2022 with an exact release date under consideration.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Family Tables’ is a mid-tempo pop rock style composition. Its catchy hooks and choruses and general approach make it comparable to works from the likes of The Killers, U2, and Concrete Blonde.

According to a statement from Ivory Blue, the lyrical theme that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement focuses on personal relationships in a specific fashion.

“What is it like if people give you the chance to shine?,” she asked.  “Sometimes we are underestimated and treated unfairly, but the people that give us the chance, will have the opportunity to see how far we can really fly!”

The video for ‘Family Tables’ features Ivory Blue sitting at a table with what is meant to be a family as the song plays over the visualization. There is some tension among those sitting at the table as she sits at the head, having to deal with it all.

More information on Ivory Blue’s new single is available along with all of her latest news at:

Website: https://www.ivorybluemusic.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IVORYBLUEMUSIC

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Details Announced For New Sepultura Retrospective Set

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BMG will revisit a series of Sepultura’s albums this fall.

The company is scheduled to release the new collection dubbed SepulnationThe Studio Albums 1998 – 2009 Oct. 22. The set will release separately on an 8 LP vinyl set and 5 disc CD set.

As an added bonus, the collection will also feature Sepultura’s rare covers EP, Revolusongs digitally. The EP features the band’s take on classic songs from acts, such as Exodus, U2, and Public Enemy. The band premiered the video for its take of Public Enemy’s ‘Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos‘ Thursday.

The albums featured in SepulnationThe Studio Albums 1998 – 2009Against (1998), Nation (2001), Roorback (2003), DanteXXI (2006), and A-Lex (2009) — reach back to current front man Derrick Green’s beginnings with the band after taking over from now former front man Max Cavalera and reach up to the noted point. From that point, the band, with Green, has released four more albums, Kairos (2011), The Mediator Between Head and Hands Must Be The Heart (2013), Machine Messiah (2017) and Quadra (2020).

In related news, Sepultura released its new quarantine record, Sepulquarta Aug. 13 through Nuclear Blast Records. The semi-live recording culls performances that the band recorded during its “SepulQuarta” video podcast throughout the pandemic. The performances were by famous figures, such as Phil Campbell, Devin Townsend, and Alex Skolnick.

The full track listing for SepulQuarta is noted below.

This is the full tracklist featuring all international guest musicians:

01. Territory (feat. David Ellefson)
02. Cut-Throat (feat. Scott Ian)
03. Sepulnation (feat. Danko Jones)
04. Inner Self (feat. Phil Rind)
05. Hatred Aside (feat. Angélica Burns, Mayara Puertas & Fernanda Lira)
06. Mask (feat. Devin Townsend)
07. Fear, Pain, Chaos, Suffering (feat. Emmily Barreto)
08. Vandals Nest (feat. Alex Skolnick)
09. Slave New World (feat. Matthew K. Heafy)
10. Ratamahatta (feat. Joao Barone & Charles Gavin)
11. Apes Of God (feat. Rob Cavestany)
12. Phantom Self (feat. Mark Holcomb)
13. Slaves Of Pain (feat. Fred Leclercq & Marcello Pompeu)
14. Kaiowas (feat. Rafael Bittencourt)
15. Orgasmatron (feat. Phil Campbell)

The limited edition, marbled pressing of the recording is already sold out, but black vinyl pressings are still available along with CD pressings. Additionally, the album is available digitally.

In other news, the band announced last month, it hopes to finally launch its “Quadra Tour” next spring. The band has scheduled the tour’s launch for March 4 in Sacramento, CA.

The tour was originally scheduled to take place in spring 2020, and was initially postponed until this year as a result of the impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The 2021 tour was then postponed because of the ongoing impacts of the pandemic.

The month-long tour, which is in support of the band’s most recent album, Quadra, is scheduled to run through March 9 in Berkeley, CA. It features performances in cities nationwide, such as Atlanta, GA; Minneapolis, MN and Greensboro, NC. Sacred Reich will serve as support for the tour, along with Crowbar and Art of Shock.

The upcoming tour’s schedule is noted below. Tickets are available here.

Confirmed dates for SEPULTURA‘s “North American Quadra” 2022 tour with SACRED REICHCROWBAR, and ART OF SHOCK are:
3/04/2022  Ace Of Spades – Sacramento, CA 
3/05/2022  The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT*
3/06/2022 Oriental Theater – Denver, CO*
3/08/2022 Wildwood – Iowa City, IA
3/09/2022 Varsity Theater – Minneapolis, MN
3/10/2022 The Rave – Milwaukee, WI
3/11/2022   Harpo’s – Detroit, MI 
3/12/2022  The Forge – Joliet, IL*
3/13/2022  Thunderbird Music Hall – Pittsburgh, PA*
3/15/2022  Irving Plaza – New York, NY
3/16/2022  Opera House – Toronto, ON CANADA
3/17/2022  Corona Theater – Montreal, QC CANADA
3/18/2022  Big Night Live – Boston, MA 
3/19/2022  Theatre Of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
3/20/2022  Soundstage – Baltimore, MD 
3/21/2022  House of Blues – Cleveland, OH 
3/23/2022  Blind Tiger – Greensboro, NC*
3/24/2022  Masquerade – Atlanta, GA 
3/25/2022  Culture Room – Ft Lauderdale, FL 
3/26/2022  The Orpheum – Tampa, FL* 
3/28/2022  Southport Music Hall – New Orleans, LA*
3/29/2022  Come and Take It Live – Austin, TX*
3/31/2022  Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, OK
4/01/2022  Warehouse Live – Houston, TX
4/02/2022  GMBG – Dallas, TX*
4/03/2022  Rockhouse – El Paso, TX 
4/05/2022  The Nile Theater – Phoenix, AZ* 
4/06/2022  House of Blues – San Diego, CA 
4/08/2022  Belasco Theater – Los Angeles, CA 
4/09/2022  The UC Theatre – Berkeley, CA
* New shows and not rescheduled

More information on SepulQuarta and Sepultura’s planned live dates is available along with all of the band’s latest news and more now at:




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MXRTY THE PXRTY Debuts New Single, ‘WANNIT ALL,’ Companion Video

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Rap artist MXRTY The PXRTY (a.k.a. Martin Dovali) premiered his debut single and video this week.

The independent rap artist debuted his new single ”Wannit All‘ Friday, along with its companion video. The song was produced by multi-platinum-selling producer Steve Wilmot (OneRepublic,U2, Shawn Mendes).

video features Dovali performing his single against a variety of backdrops while the song plays over that whole.

Dovali talked about the song’s creation during a recent interview.

“I really wanted some eye catching visuals for the video,” he said. “I’m talking weird projections, bright moving lights, and artistic colors. I was fortunate to get to work with Sean Sweetman and not only did he make all of those things happen, but he literally put me inside of a digital world like a video game (and not like Tim & Eric lol)! You would have to watch the video 100 times to see how much detail went into the visuals. Couldn’t be more stoked, it’s F**** Stunning!”

The single’s musical arrangement uses electronic elements and beats that collectively make it a whole that holds its own against works from Dovali’s more well-known counterparts in the rap world. The lyrical content featured with the song’s musical arrangement is just as accessible as the song’s musical content.

Dovali talked about the song’s lyrical theme during the noted interview.

“It’s an anthem for any individual who has grinded their whole life and never gave up with massive unapologetic aspirations,” he said. “In collaboration with longtime friend & producer Steve Wilmot, we teamed up to create a powerful, groovy bop with a chorus you’ll be singing with conviction throughout the day.”

More information on Dovali’s new single and video is available along with all of his latest news at:

Website: https://www.MXRTYTHEPXRTY.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mxrtythepxrty

Twitter: https://twitter.com/mxrtythepxrty

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Shawn Perry Debuts ‘Six Feet Apart’ Lyric Video; Planning Official Video

Independent singer-songwriter Shawn Perry is addressing the issue of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact in his new single, ‘Six Feet Apart.’

Perry debuted the single’s lyric video Aug. 21 through Ghost Cult magazine.  The video places the song’s lyrics against a simple background that features images, such as an astronaut, a 16-bit video game screen shot, and palm trees.  The overall imagery used in the video matches the song’s musical arrangement, which boasts a distinct 80s pop rock sound.

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The song’s musical arrangement was crafted with a specific sound in mind, said Perry in his interview with Ghost Cult magazine. Additionally, he said the song’s lyrical theme happened largely by chance.

“How this song came about was pretty hilarious,” he said. “My manager, Dennis Sanders, actually gave me the idea. We were talking on the phone back in March when the pandemic shutdowns first started happening. Dennis said to me, “You know somebody should write a song called, ‘How can I love you if we’re six feet apart?’ That would be a great country song!” I said, “Dennis, I got this!” Then I wrote the song start to finish in a couple of hours. The next day we had a full demo. I usually fully demo all of my songs by myself before I even show them to the band. We got into the studio as soon as we could – which was several months later in June. The producer we have been working with shut down for safety.”

We recorded the song in just SIX hours!  (Eight if you count set up and tear down),” added Perry. “We couldn’t be happier with the way this song turned out. Needless to say, the finished product is less of a “Country Song”, but that is still in there; like all of my music, but it’s more of a genre-spanning epic power ballad that was HEAVILY influenced by two of my favorite bands: U2 and Van Halen.  I dare you to not sing along, I bet you can’t.”

According to Perry, he is planning to have an official music video filmed for the single “at the end of September.”  The song is available to stream and download by itself here.

‘Six Feet Apart’ was produced by Ben Schigel (Walls of Jericho, Chimera, Drowning Pool) at Spider Studio in Cleveland, OH.  The song was mastered by Maor Applebaum in Los Angeles, CA.

More information on Shawn Perry’s new single is available along with all of his latest news at:


Website: http://www.shawnperry.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ShawnPerryOfficial


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Taste: Live At The Isle Of Wight Is A Shining Diamond In The Rough

Courtesy:  Eagle Rock Entertainment

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment

Eagle Rock Entertainment is the leading name in live recordings. That is already a well-known fact. That is not just because of the extensive list of acts whose recordings it has released over the years but also because of the quality of said recordings. While that list of recordings is extensive, most of the recordings in question released over the years have been from the biggest names in the music industry. They have not necessarily featured lesser known acts. But earlier this month Eagle Rock changed that when it dug up a hidden gem in the form of Taste: What’s Going On—Live at the Isle of Wight. Taste has never been among music’s (or more specifically rock’s) elite. But that takes nothing away from the Irish trio’s music. Now thanks to the efforts of those at Eagle Rock Entertainment a whole new generation of audiences will discover the joy that is Taste in this new recording. The central element that makes Taste: What’s Going On—Live at the Isle of Wight such a wonderful new recording is its introductory history lesson on Taste. The lesson in question gives a thorough background on the band and its place in rock’s history as well as the importance of its performance at the Isle of Wight Festival. Staying on that note, the companion booklet included with the recording adds even more background on the band and festival, making the recording in whole that much more enjoyable for viewers. And that is still not all that can be noted that makes this recording so impressive. The performance at the heart of the recording translates just as well decades after it was first held as it did for audiences that were in attendance at the original show. By direct connection, the recording’s production values are just as impressive as the performance itself. They are the finishing touch to the presentation. Together with each of the previously noted elements, it shows once more why Eagle Rock Entertainment remains the leading name in live recordings and why the recording in whole is one more welcome addition to this year’s crop of live recordings.

Taste: What’s Going On—Live at the Isle of Wight is one of the most surprising and welcome additions to this year’s rich field of live recording offerings. That is especially the case being that unlike so many other live recordings released by Eagle Rock over the years, this recording comes from a decidedly unknown act. Thanks to the inclusion of an introductory history lesson on the band, fronted by famed guitarist Rory Gallagher, audiences of all ages get a good introduction to the band and its importance to the music community both in its heyday and in the modern history of the music industry. The history lesson in question even features Taste’s former drummer John Wilson and one of the band’s managers discussing the band’s history and its performance at the famed festival. Speaking of managers, there is a short discussion on the band’s financial situation leading to said manager change as well as discussions on the importance of the band in comparison to the likes of Jimi Hendrix (who just happened to also be one of the performers at the Isle of Wight festival) and other more well-known acts. Viewers will be surprised to hear the likes of U2’s The Edge and other well-known names singing the praises of Taste, discussing the band’s place in the music industry’s history and its importance in comparison to its more well-known counterparts. These and other discussions featured throughout the presentation’s introductory segment form a solid foundation for the recording and show in themselves why they are collectively an important part of the recording’s whole. They are just one part of the recording that viewers will enjoy, too regardless of viewers’ familiarity with Taste and its body of work.

The history lesson presented ahead of Taste’s performance at the Isle of Wight Festival forms a solid foundation for the whole of Taste: What’s Going On—Live at the Isle of Wight. That foundation is strengthened even more through the companion booklet included with the recording. It picks up right where the presentation’s video bio left off with even more information to set the stage (no pun intended) for the featured performance. One of the most interesting pieces of information included in the booklet is that the band was actually late to the stage because the festival, which started out as a ticketed event, became a virtual free for all as so many people showed up for the event. Just as interesting is the note about Jimi Hendrix telling an interviewer to ask Rory how it felt to be the world’s greatest guitarist because he himself didn’t know. Of course that humility was the norm for Hendrix as he was very much the standard anti-rock star persona. But that the future legend would even throw such credit in Gallagher’s direction says quite a bit about the respect that even others far more well-known than himself had for him as a musician and person. It is quite the telling statement. There is also a more specific explanation of what exactly led to the tension between the band and its manager, and their subsequent split from him. These are just a handful of examples of the importance of this recording’s companion booklet. There is far more history provided in the booklet including a more thorough history of the band’s formation and additional information about the band’s performance at the Isle of Wight not included in the primary video history lesson featured on disc courtesy of Garth Cartwright. The combination of the booklet’s history lesson and that of the disc’s video history lesson makes both elements together an all too important part of this presentation’s whole. That is especially the case considering the relative obscurity of Taste both then and now among audiences. Of course noting both historical elements is only scratching the surface of what makes this latest recording from Eagle Rock Entertainment so important. One would be remiss to ignore the recording’s central focus, the band’s performance.

The history lesson provided both on disc and on paper in Taste’s new live recording sets a solid foundation for audiences before they take in the concert at the heart of the presentation. The concert in question is just as enjoyable as the history lesson preceding the concert. While the concert is composed of only seven songs, those songs will keep any classic rock aficionado fully engaged. As Cartwright notes in the concert’s companion booklet, the trio’s performance was truly something special even for that time. From the adrenaline-fueled opener after which this recording is named to the solid blues tones of ‘Gambling Blues’ to ‘Same Old Story’ and the show’s final number ‘Catfish Blues’ the band proves with this performance that had its members not allowed their tensions to get the better of them, it might have indeed gone on to become one of rock’s elite. Alas that wasn’t to be. But thankfully audiences have this concert to remind them of the greatness that could have been. It is one more way in which this presentation shows itself to be such a surprising and welcome diamond in the rough from Eagle Rock Entertainment and why Eagle Rock Entertainment is, again, the leading name in live recordings.

The concert that lies at the heart of Taste: What’s Going On–Live at the Isle of Wight is a very important element in the enjoyment and overall success of this recording. When coupled with its dual-part history lesson, the recording in whole shows even more why it is such an outstanding new release from Eagle Rock Entertainment. For all of the value of the presentation’s noted elements none of them would be of any significance without the concert’s surprisingly impressive production values. Being that the concert was originally recorded some forty-five years ago, the footage has stood the test of time quite well. The grainy look of the footage is still there. But it obvious that it has been re-mastered. The fact that those charged with restoring the footage maintained that balance between old and new so expertly speaks volumes about their efforts. The same can be said of the recording’s audio mix. It is clear that the audio was as painstakingly handled as its footage. The result here is a performance that sounds and looks just as good today as it did almost five decades ago. Together with its two-part history lesson and the concert itself, the whole of Taste: What’s Going On–Live at the Isle of Wight proves again exactly why it is one more of this year’s best new archived live concert recordings and one more reason that Eagle Rock Entertainment remains today the leading name in live recordings.

Taste: What’s Going On–Live at the Isle of Wight is a surprising release from Eagle Rock Entertainment. That is because those familiar with the company’s history of live recordings know most of them to be from far more well-known acts. But in discovering this far lesser-known act in this concert, audiences will agree that Taste deserves far more respect today than it got so many decades ago. They will also agree in watching this recording that it serves as a solid, enjoyable introduction to Taste for said audiences. That is thanks primarily to its rich, in-depth history lesson, which serves as the recording’s foundation. The performance itself will make that introduction all the more enjoyable for viewers. And of course thanks to the efforts of all involved with the concert’s production values past and present, the concert looks and sounds just as good today as it did decades ago. All things considered, Taste: What’s Going on–Live at the Isle of Wight proves in the end to be not just a surprising new release from Eagle Rock Entertainment but a surprisingly entertaining recording. It also proves once more why Eagle Rock Entertainment remains today the leading name in live recordings. It is available now in stores and online. More information on this and other titles from Eagle Rock Entertainment is available online now at:

Website: http://www.eagle-rock.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EagleRockEnt

Twitter: http://twitter.com/EagleRockNews

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Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me Is A Moving Tribute To One Of Music’s Greats

Courtesy: Virgil Films

Courtesy: Virgil Films

Four years ago country music legend Glen Campbell made one of the most difficult announcements of his career if not the single most difficult. The announcement in question was that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. Those that know someone with Alzheimer’s or that have known someone with Alzheimer’s know the emotional pain that comes with such an announcement. Knowing that there is no cure for the disease, Campbell decided that he would not go quietly into that good night. Rather, he wanted to go out with a bang before the disease took control of his mind. He went on from there to release one final album and embark on a farewell tour to thank his fans for their years of support. Now thanks to Virgil Films Campbell’s fans can relive that final tour and everything that came with it in the form of the tour documentary Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me. The main reason that this is such a standout documentary is that it isn’t presented like every other tour documentary out there. Rather it is presented more as a tribute to the life and legacy of one of the music industry’s titans. That is just one reason that audiences will find it so compelling. The interviews with Campbell’s counterparts throughout the entertainment industry make the documentary even more intriguing. It isn’t just because his counterparts come from so many different realms of the industry either. The surprising reveal of each celebrity interviewee’s link to Campbell makes the program in whole even more powerful. The final reason that viewers and fans alike will find this presentation so touching and powerful is its editing. The editing is spotless from beginning to end, making for an emotional impact that will move even the strongest person emotionally speaking. It is thanks to the work of those that edited the documentary and prepared it for its release that the interviews and collective footage presented here is so powerful. It brings everything full circle and proves famed Chicago Sun Times writer/critic Richard Roeper completely right in his sentiment that Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me is “one of the most remarkable documentaries in recent years” and that “You do not want to miss this movie.”

Every year, there is any number of new music documentaries distributed to stores and online outlets for viewers to choose from. The problem is that most of those documentaries are little more than space fillers used as to hold fans and fulfill contractual obligations with record labels. Luckily though, for all of those poorly put together pieces, there are the occasional diamonds in the rough that manage to somehow shine through. Virgil Films’ new documentary Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me is one of those diamonds in the rough. This presentation is not just another run of the mill tour documentary. It is a tour documentary. But it is more than that. It is a tribute to the life and legacy of one of the music industry’s titans. That is the central reason for its success. While it does follow Campbell on his final nationwide tour, it offers audiences more than just a presentation following Campbell on said tour. It also follows Campbell off of the road. Viewers get to follow Campbell and his wife as they check in with the doctor to find out how much the disease has progressed. They also get to follow Campbell as he tries to face the reality of his diagnosis within his daily life. What audiences get here is the picture of a brave man; a man who refuses to just give up and give in. Rather, as viewers will see, he chooses to face it head on with a smile and all of the laughs and love that he can give. This includes some of the most difficult times as the disease progresses. The end result of the presentation will have viewers (including even the strongest viewers) both laughing and crying throughout. By the program’s end, viewers will agree that Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me is not just another tour documentary. It is a powerful, moving tribute to a legend that will potentially inspire others with family and friends suffering from that terrible disease.

The overall presentation of Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me makes the documentary stand out head and shoulders above every other music documentary that has been released so far this year. That is because it isn’t just a run of the mill tour documentary churned out to satisfy some label’s contractual obligations. It is a tribute to the life and legacy of a great talent. It’s just one reason that this presentation is such a memorable and moving work. The interviews with Campbell’s family, friends, and counterparts across the entertainment industry make the documentary even more powerful. The interviews in question are with Campbell’s family, friends, and counterparts throughout the entertainment industry. Those counterparts include well-known figures from the country music world such as Brad Paisley, Vince Gill, and Keith Urban as well as some of the rock world’s biggest names including: Bruce Springsteen, Chad Smith, and The Edge among others. Even former President Bill Clinton gets some face time along with famed actor/comedian Steve Martin and other well-known figures from the realms of television and movies. The list of people interviewed throughout the program is within itself plenty of reason to watch the documentary. But it is what the interviewees have to say of Campbell that makes each individual’s discussion so important to the whole of the documentary. Every one of the feature’s interviewees speaks with such reverence for him. They also speak with an increasingly noticeable emotion. The reason for that emotion is revealed in the program’s final minutes. Not to ruin it for anyone but it is revealed that the individuals interviewed for the documentary each had a connection to somebody that was either suffering from Alzheimer’s or that had suffered. So it makes sense that they would each get somewhat choked up in discussing the topic as it related to Campbell. It just brought up memories of their own friends and families. It is that heartfelt emotion displayed by each of the interviewees that really makes each separate segment so powerful. In turn, each of the segments combined makes the presentation in whole that much more moving for viewers.

The interviews collected for Virgil Films’ new Glen Campbell documentary are extremely moving to say the very least. They are so moving not because they feature some of the biggest names from the entertainment world and that of politics, but because of the heartfelt sentiment shared by each individual in discussion what Glen Campbell means to them and how his condition relates to them personally. They, along with everything else presented in this documentary, paint a picture that every person should see regardless of their familiarity with Glen Campbell the man and the musician. Of course without the work of those charged with editing and assembling the presentation ahead of its release, none of that would matter. It is the work of those individuals that rounds out the reasons that audiences will so appreciate this work. Their efforts present Campbell as a strong yet still fragile individual. The footage of Campbell in his childhood set against that of him as an adult, raising his family adds even more of an emotional impact to the overall presentation. Seeing Campbell slowly begin to struggle through his tour yet still fight through it and put on the best show that he can ups that emotional impact even more. Add in the expert balance of each element from beginning to end and viewers will find themselves not wanting to turn off the movie. Like a really good book or any other really good movie, the work of the editors makes this presentation’s near two-hour run time pass by with ease. Viewers won’t realize at all just how much time has passed by the time the movie has ended. They will also find themselves moved possibly deeper than they ever had by any fictional feature released in recent memory. In coming to such realization, audiences will agree that those charged with editing this documentary have succeeded to the highest degree in their jobs and have in turn helped craft what is one of the best music documentaries to be released in many years; a documentary that every viewer should see regardless of their familiarity with Campbell’s body of work.

Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me is one of the best music/tour documentaries to be released in recent memory. The work of the movie’s editors coupled with its interviews and the overall approach to the presentation make it a presentation that every viewer should see regardless of their familiarity with Campbell’s body of work. It is available now in stores and online and can be ordered direct from Virgil Films’ online store at http://www.virgilfilmsent.com/store/product.php?pid=716. More information on this and other titles from Virgil Films is available online now at:

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