Posted by | Ray Cornelius
Fans of Grammy winning-rocker Lenny Kravitz will get a glimpse into his life on the road and with his band in a new documentary titled, “Just Let Go.” The film will debut on Showtime Friday, May 13 at 8 p.m. EST.
According to the Kravitz’s website, “Just Let Go” features a total of 12 performances that are artfully intercut with behind-the-scenes raw clips, interviews, and intimate rehearsal footage. The film sheds insight into Kravitz’s creative process behind delivering his music and the aesthetic quality of the presentation that characterize his electrifying concerts.
The film was shot over the course of three months in the fall of 2014 during the European leg of Kravitz’s world tour and features live performances of his classics hits including “Fly Away,” “American Woman,” “It Ain’t Over ’Til It’s Over,” “Let Love Rule,” “Are You Gonna Go My Way,” as well as new materials from his latest studio album, Strut.
“I am a solo artist but Just Let Go reflects on the relationship with my band and the camaraderie that develops between us while out on the road,” states Lenny Kravitz. “The film takes a deeper look into what it’s like to be on tour and also gives an intimate perspective into my life with my band, both on and off the stage.”
Check out the trailer below:
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