1. Mavis 75 - I'll Take You There : Celebrating 75 Years of Mavis Staples

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    from Blackbird Production Partners / Added

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    A once-in-a-lifetime concert event taping honoring one of the most influential singers of our time featuring Mavis Staples, Gregg Allman, Bonnie Raitt, Eric Church, Jeff Tweedy, Spencer Tweedy, Widespread Panic, Emmylou Harris, Taj Mahal, Glen Hansard, Patty Griffin, Aaron Neville, Grace Potter, Marty Stuart, Ryan Bingham, Joan Osborne, Buddy Miller, Keb’ Mo’, Michael Mcdonald, and Otis Clay. The concert will take place at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, IL on November 19. http://mavis75.com

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    • This is my Pedaltrain - Buddy Miller #mypedaltrain

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      from Cameron Hunt / Added

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      Country singer/songwriter Buddy Miller shows us his Pedaltrain setup during sound check before an intimate show in Nashville, TN.

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      • Jim Lauderdale: The King of Broken Hearts VOD

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        from Jeremy Dylan / Added

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        Documentary film - 2014 - Directed by Jeremy Dylan Grammy Award-winning bluegrass singer, hit country songwriter, prolific recording artist, radio DJ, awards show host, harmony singer and guitarist for Elvis Costello and Willie Nelson, tai chi master… Jim Lauderdale‘s journey from banjo-playing Beatles fan in North Carolina to the face of Americana music takes him through the 1980s ‘Urban Cowboy’ NYC country club scene, playing James Brown covers in a honky-tonk in LA where he was spotted by Dwight Yoakam‘s producer, failed albums and record label frustrations before country superstar George Strait sold six million albums with two of Jim’s songs and put Lauderdale tunes in the ears of music fans around America. Abandoned by major music labels, Jim pioneered the Americana sound, collaborating with idols like Dr. Ralph Stanley and Robert Hunter and working overtime to produce a string of albums encompassing bluegrass, country, rock and R’n’B, which have won him critical acclaim, awards success and a passionate worldwide following.Jim’s story is told through interviews with Jim, Elvis Costello, Buddy Miller, John Oates, Gary Allan, Tony Brown, Jerry Douglas, Randy Kohrs and more. It also features performances with his country and bluegrass bands from the start of his career through to recent shows in the wine country of Australia and Nashville’s legendary Station Inn. This feature length documentary was shot in iconic locations such as Nashville’s legendary RCA Studio A aka Ben’s Studio, the California desert and the 25th annual MerleFest in Wilkesboro, NC. The film is directed by Jeremy Dylan and produced by Chris Kamen and Jeremy Dylan.

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        • "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight" - Finale from ACL Presents: Americana Music Festival 2013

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          from Austin City Limits / Added

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          Americana legends and top new talents close out the 2013 Americana Music Festival performing "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight" at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium. Featuring Roseanne Cash, Rodney Crowell, Emmylou Harris, Tift Merritt, Billy Bragg, Joy Williams, Shovels and Rope, Buddy Miller, Jim Lauderdale, Old Crow Medicine Show and more. Watch the full program on your local PBS station November 23rd. Check your local listings here for dates and times in your area: http://acltv.com/watch/tv-schedule/ For more information and photos and video from the show, visit http://acltv.com

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          • Twang Nation - Jim Lauderdale and Buddy Miller cover George Jone's "The Race Is On"

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            Just before this performance Jim Lauderdale told a story about a George Jones concert he and Buddy attended at the Bottom Line in Greenwich Village when Linda Ronstadt and Bonnie Raitt — who had been in the audience — joined Jones onstage Jim Lauderdale and Buddy Miller cover George Jone's "The Race Is On" - The Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA - 5/12/13 - band: Jay Weaver (bass), Marco Giovino (drums) and Fats Kaplin (fiddle, pedal steel).

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            • Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale / It Hurts Me

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              The fourteenth in a series for The Requiem Project to promote and help restore Emery Theatre in Cincinnati, featuring Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale performing It Hurts Me. Shot by Michael Wilson 
Audio recorded by Cameron Cochran and Henry Wilson / Cincinnati Recording Service 
Post production by Matthew Davis / e3base

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              • Thank you for booking Cayamo 2014!

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                Buddy Miller, Jim Lauderdale, Liz Longley and Todd Snider say "see ya on Cayamo 2014!"

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                • Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale Invite you on Cayamo 2014

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                  from Sixthman TV / Added

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                  The Seventh Edition of Cayamo, will be sailing February 7-14, 2014 from Miami to the British Virgin Islands.

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                  • Bobby Bare "Darker Than Light" Promo Video

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                    from Lucky 55 Productions / Added

                    Plowboy Records came to us and ask us to shoot a promo video for Bobby Bare's new album "Darker than Light". What a great honor to be apart of this project! Plow on Plowboys!

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                    • Jim Lauderdale: The King of Broken Hearts - Trailer VOD

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                      from Jeremy Dylan / Added

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                      DOCUMENTARY / 90 MINUTES Grammy Award-winning bluegrass singer, hit country songwriter, prolific recording artist, radio DJ, awards show host, harmony singer and guitarist for Elvis Costello and Willie Nelson, tai chi master... Jim Lauderdale's journey from banjo-playing Beatles fan in North Carolina to the face of Americana music takes him through the 1980s 'Urban Cowboy' NYC country club scene, playing James Brown covers in a honky-tonk in LA where he was spotted by Dwight Yoakam's producer, failed albums and record label frustrations before country superstar George Strait sold six million albums with two of Jim's songs and put Lauderdale tunes in the ears of music fans around America. Abandoned by major music labels, Jim pioneered the Americana sound, collaborating with idols like Dr. Ralph Stanley and Robert Hunter and working overtime to produce a string of albums encompassing bluegrass, country, rock and R'n'B, which have won him critical acclaim, awards success and a passionate worldwide following. Jim's story is told through interviews with Jim, Elvis Costello, Buddy Miller, John Oates, Gary Allan, Tony Brown, Jerry Douglas, Randy Kohrs and more. It also features performances with his country and bluegrass bands from the start of his career through to recent shows in the wine country of Australia and Nashville's legendary Station Inn. This feature length documentary was shot in iconic locations such as Nashville's legendary RCA Studio A aka Ben's Studio, the California desert and the 25th annual MerleFest in Wilkesboro, NC. The film is directed by Jeremy Dylan and produced by Chris Kamen and Jeremy Dylan.

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