The Winding Stream
- Johnny Carter


Overview - THE WINDING STREAM is a documentary that details the story of Johnny Cash, June Carter, and the lasting impact that their families and union had on American roots music. Directed by Beth Harrington, the film features interviews with friends and colleagues and exclusive concert footage.  Read more...

 
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Overview

THE WINDING STREAM is a documentary that details the story of Johnny Cash, June Carter, and the lasting impact that their families and union had on American roots music. Directed by Beth Harrington, the film features interviews with friends and colleagues and exclusive concert footage.

Cast List

Beth Harrington
Michael Gandsey
Tom Shrider
Maryam Soleiman
JT Griffith - Musical Direction/Supervision
Norman Blake - Guitarist; Husband of Nancy Blake
Rosanne Cash - C&W Music Performer
Joe Ely
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Country band
John Prine - Folk Musician
Kris Kristofferson - Singer/Composer/Actor
Kris Karson - Singer/Composer/Actor
Sheryl Crow - Songwriter/Singer
Carlene Carter - American country singer
John Carter Cash
Nancy Blake
Murry Hammond
Rhiannon Giddens
Dom Flemons
Hubby Jenkins - Participant
Grey DiLisle - Participant
Jeff Hannah - Participant
Jim Launderdale - Participant
The Carroll County Ramblers - Participant
Charles Wolfe - Participant
Peggy Bulger - Participant

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 829567118528
  • Genre: Music Video: Documentary
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: August 2017

Related Categories:
Movies > Education/General Interest
Movies > Biography

Related Keywords:
Country Music
Documentary
Music
Rock Bands
Families
Country Music

 
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Reviews:
"Thoughtfully assembled to showcase the music and the temperaments behind it, this jam-packed oral history of the Carter and Cash families weaves the voices of prominent musicians with those of family members past and present." - 12/16/2015 New York Times

 
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