United States | 2017 | John Anderson
This new film traces the life and career of Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer Paul Butterfield (1942-1987), a white harmonica player from Chicago’s south side who learned the blues from Muddy Waters and other black masters and then brought the music to new audiences. Butterfield was the only artist to perform at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, 1967’s Monterey Pop Festival, and 1969’s Woodstock. With Elvin Bishop, B.B. King, et al. “Exhilarating.” –NY Times. DCP. 104 min.
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