While plans were afoot for the Troubadour Family Reunion last week, a documentary about the Troubadour's early days and the music within was making its way to the Sundance Music Festival, where it screened for the first time on January 22.
From February 4-11, the movie will also screen at The Sunset 5 Theaters in West Hollywood, California, and then the first national screening occurs on PBS stations across the country. In Los Angeles air time is 5pm on March 2, please check your local listings on KOCE and KCET.
Featuring James Taylor, Carole King, Elton John, Jackson Browne, Steve Martin, Cheech Marin, Kris Kristofferson, Henry Diltz, and Jac Holzman, among others, this well-received documentary continues the current interest in all things Troubadour. An early review from Sundance.
The movie will continue to air at Sundance through January 29, before wending its way to Los Angeles. There's more info at the Sundance link, including a short trailer.