The Winding Stream, the 90-minute film from Beth Harrington that traces the rise of country music pioneers the Carter Family, is coming to video on-demand and DVD on May 17. Harrington started working on the film in 2001 and interviewed numerous Carter family members as well as Johnny Cash, who married June Carter. In this exclusive clip from the film, Cash tells the story of when June “stole his heart” at the Grand Ole Opry and how her family’s music taught him to play guitar.
Also out next week is The Highwaymen Live – American Outlaws, an extensive live collection from the country supergroup with Cash, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and Waylon Jennings.
Read more at The Wall Street Journal.
- Video: The Highwaymen ‘Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain’ – Consequence of Sound – May 11, 2016
- Video: ‘Good Hearted Woman’ From The Highwaymen ‘American Outlaws’ – May 3, 2016
- Hear Two Unreleased Live Highwaymen Tunes From 1990 – WSJ Exclusive – April 26, 2016
- Video: The Highwaymen ‘Desperados Waiting For A Train’ – The Daily Beast – April 12, 2016
- ‘The Highwaymen Live – American Outlaws’ To Be Released As 3CD/1DVD Box Set – March 29, 2016
- ‘The Winding Stream’ Documentary & Soundtrack To Be Released This Fall – August 17, 2015
- ‘The Winding Stream’ Documentary Continues To Premiere At Film Festivals – July 24, 2014
- ‘The Winding Stream’ Cash and Carter Family Documentary To Premiere At SXSW – January 31, 2014