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Heartworn Highways Revisited

HD   NR Closed Captioning

Wayne Price

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About the Movie

2016 marks the 40th anniversary of the seminal music documentary, "Heartworn Highways," a film that captured the nascent roots of the Outlaw Country movement in the mid-70's. Today, "Heartworn Highways Revisited" explores and celebrates the authenticity and spirit of that legendary film via a community of contemporary musicians creating music in Nashville, Tennessee.

Customer Reviews

Deep history

This film is an inspiring film and gives you a rooted feeling and understanding of the rich history of music. Pure raw rock N roll.

Excited to see it again!

I saw it at Bonnaroo 2 years ago. Such a great film by a very talented filmmaker. Wayne Price is one of the great ones.

The True Soul of Nashville

This film highlights the impact and importance of Americana/folk music. Bobby Bare Jr. says in the film, “Americana is country music with no Republicans.” From 40 years ago during the time of legends like Guy Clark and Townes Van Zandt to Now with Deer Tick, Langhorne Slim, and Robert Ellis this eclectic and undefinable genre of music has stayed alive and continued to be the beating heart of America. The songwriting and production is untainted by the Nashville Country-pop machine. This film truly exhibits the power of songs and their effect on our lives as listeners and the effects on the songwriters themselves. WATCH NOW AND LOUD!

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