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Troubadour Blues is a journey into the world of traveling singer-songwriters like Peter Case, Mary Gauthier, Chris Smither, Dave Alvin, Slaid Cleaves and many more. Filmmaker Tom Weber spent nearly 10 years gathering material for this feature-length documentary, which provides a revealing look at the heartbreaks and joys of these modern-day wandering minstrels. The film, containing all original footage, has a total running time of 95 minutes and was released in September 2011. It has screened at more than 30 venues in the United States and Canada, from film and music festivals and independent theaters to music clubs, libraries and church basements. Troubadour Blues is available everywhere home videos are sold, distributed by MVD Entertainment Group. More information can be found here.

IN PRODUCTION

Meet the hidden musicians, who hone their skills in corner bars, coffee shops and church basements while raising families and participating in the life of communities all over the United States. This feature-length documentary explores music not as a mass-mediated product but as a meaningful cultural practice, a way for people to express themselves in whatever ways they feel comfortable. Interviews, rehearsals, performances and informal situations are being recorded in local music scenes from Maine to California and in musical genres from bluegrass to grand opera. The film showcases the scenic as well as musical diversity of a vast country.