The Echo in the Canyon documentary is finally being released in theaters and is making the festival circuit!

We have a bunch of fun shows and screenings coming up for the side project I'm in called Echo in the Canyon. 

A little bit about it:

The songs that reverberated from Laurel Canyon in the ’60s remain some of the greatest achievements in rock history. Celebrating 50 years since musicians migrated to the West Coast spot, musician Jakob Dylan takes to the stage, presenting new renditions of classic songs. With performances by Fiona Apple, Beck, and Regina Spektor, accompanied by interviews with Brian Wilson, Ringo Starr, David Crosby, Michelle Phillips, and Tom Petty, the film offers a first-hand account of the scene and the talent that continues to inspire musicians today.

April 20th- SF Film festival - Live performance to follow the screening. More info and tickets here!

April 25th- Asbury Park Music & Film Festival- Live performance to follow the screening. More info and tickets here

 

 

 

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  • Gregory Kirkland
    Gregory Kirkland
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