1. Jim Lauderdale "You'll Know When It's Right"

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    Jim Lauderdale talks about co-writing with country songwriting legend Harlan Howard and plays an impromptu version of "You'll Know When It's Right" from his album The Other Sessions.

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    • Jim Lauderdale - Reason and Rhyme (EPK)

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      (2011) - Director/Editor/Producer 2-time Grammy winner Jim Lauderdale returns to bluegrass for his third full-album collaboration with legendary Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter. Hear the story behind the making of the album. Shot in Nashville on my 60D with a Carl Zeiss 50mm lens by the superb Brett Johnson (Jim, Mike) and myself (Randy Kohrs). The performance footage was supplied by the fabulous folks at Music City Roots. Thanks to Eric Martin for the quick turnaround.

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      • 1/12/11 - Music City Roots, Nashville TN

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        • I Love: Tom T. Hall's Songs of Fox Hollow

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          Vimeo I Love: Tom T. Hall's Songs of Fox Hollow. Releasing May 23, 2011. Music for kids of all ages. Just in time for Tom T. Hall's 75th birthday, producers Peter Cooper & Eric Brace have created a gem of Americana music by recording the songs on Tom. T's great 1974 album, Songs of Fox Hollow. They gathered the perfect cast at Tom T.'s Fox Hollow farm last summer: Patty Griffin, Buddy Miller, Bobby Bare, Duane Eddy, Jim Lauderdale, Peter Cooper, Eric Brace & Last Train Home, Elizabeth Cook & Tim Carroll, Gary Bennett, Jon Byrd, Mark & Mike, Tommy Cash, Fayssoux Starling McLean, and even Tom T. Hall, who sang on a new song he wrote for the occasion with wife Dixie Hall. A co-release of East Nashville indie label Red Beet Records and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's CMF Records.

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

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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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            • Backstage At The Midnight Jam

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              Chris Pandolfi, of The Infamous Stringdusters fame, takes us backstage at The Midnight Jam. A Merlefest tradition, "The Jam" brings together the best pickers from the festival line-up to collaborate for an epic night of live traditional plus music.

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              • Jim Lauderdale: The King of Broken Hearts VOD

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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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                • Episode #10 Jim Lauderdale: Could We Get Any Closer

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                  Jan discusses the album Could We Get Any Closer?

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                  • Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale Invite you on Cayamo 2014

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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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                    • CA Connects: Jed Hilly

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                      We talk to Jed Hilly, Executive Director of the Americana Music Association. Excited to be hosting the Americana Music Fest for the first time in his native New York City, Jed's passion for this genre of music and his commitment to artists comes through in this brief interview filmed at Lincoln Center.

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